How One Task-Oriented User Worked Out Evernote's Kinks

Evernote user bluecockatoo did a lot of thinking about how Evernote could easily and reliably fit into his day-to-day workflow, much like our own editor. His publicly visible "EverMetaNotes" are a wealth of answers what-about-that Evernote questions. » 4/08/13 10:30am 4/08/13 10:30am

Improve Your Health and Meeting Frustration with Walking Meetings

You have heard and read by now about the rather terrible impact of sitting all day. You also know that meetings involve lots of sitting, and are often terrible. Kill two birds with one stone, and extend your life, by taking every walking meeting you can. » 4/04/13 12:30pm 4/04/13 12:30pm

Facebook Home Brings a Friend-Focused Home and Lock Screen to Android

Facebook is not making its own phone, or a version of Android, because Facebook thinks Android works just fine. Their Facebook Home suite of apps, announced today, replaces the lock and home screens that normally hold your Android apps with updates, pictures, and messaging, all delivered through Facebook. » 4/04/13 10:35am 4/04/13 10:35am

Use a Full-Time Fantasy to Figure Out Your On-the-Side Freelance Rate

Knowing how much to charge somebody is easy for full-time jobs—it was figured out the day you were hired. What if you have a job, but you're also working freelance: on the side, on weekends, or for one-off projects? It can seem much trickier, but there's actually a simple way to figure out your rate. » 4/02/13 10:00am 4/02/13 10:00am

My Purchases Shows You the Android Apps You've Bought (Because Google…

Android (2.2+): For whatever reason, Google can't or won't filter the apps you've installed in your orders & settings to show just the paid-for apps. If you want to see what you've spent, for guilt or accounting purposes, the My Purchases app does the job. » 3/29/13 11:00am 3/29/13 11:00am

Grab Total Android Automation Engine Tasker for $1.99 (Normally $7)

Android (4.0+): Tasker, the Android tool that lets you set up nearly any "If A then do B" scenario on your phone, is only $1.99 for a limited time. With a revamped interface and nearly limitless potential uses, it's a great time to try it out. » 3/29/13 9:00am 3/29/13 9:00am