Archive for 'Time and Technology'
Posted on April 8, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Jing is a time-saving tool that I learned about on Denise Wakeman’s website – and wanted to share, as it’s so useful if using screen prints is a part of your everyday work. (more…)
Posted on April 1, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Retweeting is one of the best ways to show your love on Twitter. Retweeting tells your followers that you think a tweet … or the tweeter … is really worth paying attention to. If you are a Twitter user – or interested in getting more engaged with Twitter, read on! (more…)
Posted on March 25, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Kindle publishing is a wonderful way to share your info-products on the web.
But formatting your material for Kindle has been notoriously difficult, leaving many on-line entrepreneurs stymied and stopped in their tracks. (more…)
Posted on March 18, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Google Reader, as many of you have probably read by now, is being phased out, effective July 1, 2013.
This is part of Google’s ongoing efforts to streamline its services. However, for many consumers of on-line material, the demise of Google Reader comes as a big blow. Are you (more…)
Posted on March 11, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Facebook is implementing changes to its News Feed, and finding time to be up to speed on what’s coming is a good idea if Facebook is part of any on-line marketing that you do. (And if Facebook isn’t part of your marketing strategy, now is (more…)
Posted on March 4, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Tech tools can save you time. That may sound like a truism, but it bears repeating.
Finding time is much easier when you have the right tech tools at your fingertips – especially if you are (more…)
Posted on February 25, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Productivity tools abound on the internet. They are fashioned for PC’s and Mac’s, for working on-line and off, and for most any situation and work environment you can imagine.
Here at The Time Finder the range of (more…)
Posted on February 18, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Evernote is an elegant tool that helps you stay informed and organized, wherever you are. We’ve written about Evernote before on The Time Finder. For keeping track of notes, clipping news, recipes, you-name-it from the web, and (more…)
Posted on February 11, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Time-saving tools can be real … time savers! And the thing is that moments saved here and there really can add up. That is especially true of our on-line time.
On-line time is rife with temptations and distractions, so when I find time-saving tools that can help with on-line work, I am both pleased and eager to (more…)
Posted on February 7, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology, Time Boundaries.
Social networking can be a fun and worthwhile activity OR it can be a major time and energy drain. Which is it for you?
On Monday we posted a survey, looking to learn more about how Time Finder readers feel about their social networking activity. If you’re interested, you can still take the survey right here (we’d love to (more…)
Posted on February 4, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology, Time Priorities.
Finding time is a perennial challenge – and finding time to connect, while getting everything else done, can really feel impossible sometimes. Know what I mean?
We’ve been wrestling with these questions here at The Time Finder, looking at time tracking tools and new social networking sites, along with (more…)
Posted on January 28, 2013 by Paula, under Time and Technology.
Twitter has come up with something new.
This may revolutionize our view of videos in much the way the 140-character Tweet changed how many people think about text-based communication. (more…)