Lifehacker

Lifehacker I love technology. It’s ability to make us more productive and efficient is it’s continual promise. Lifehacker.com is the web site that shows us how to us how it’s done. If I could only recommend one site to someone, this is it.


Cloud 9 IDE

Cloud 9 IDE One of the biggest obstacles to my working entirely in the cloud has always been that I develop code for a living and there has been a dearth of good options for writing and testing code on the web.  There have been options that included some basic […]


Audible

Audible Audible is one of my most used sites.  I have a subscription that lets me download audio books and play them on my computer or on my iPod.  Many other audio players are supported as well.  This is one of my most recommended sites.      


Wolfram Alpha

Wolfram Alpha A computation engine.  This is an amazing site that attempts to answer anything that is calculable.


Google Calendar

Google Calendar Keep all of your appointments and important dates accessible from all of your devices.  It will send reminder emails and text messages and works really well on mobile phones.


Google Mail

Google Mail This is probably the best email client available on either desktop or web. You can access your GMail account using either. It has both a online and offline mode using Google Gears.  


Google Voice

Google Voice Upgrade your phone service with Google Voice. Google Voice  


Google Docs

Google Docs Microsoft Office for the web. You can edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations and access them from anywhere. Google Docs  


Reqall

Reqall Reqall is a great way to remember anything and get reminders Reqall  


Dial2Do

Dial2Do Dial2Do allows you to text, email, twitter and send data to a variety of other web applications. It also lets you listen to your tweets, email and a variety of blogs and news.