Among the myriad of invoicing and time tracking solutions out there, Harvest is one that I am using now since January of 2012 and has passed all the acid tests so far. Harvest is a cloud application for tracking your billable hours and generating invoices for your clients.
I recently tried out a few mobile hotspot 3G devices around Limerick and I was very impressed with the speed and performance of the little gadgets.
Wunderkit was launched a few weeks back and I have been using it intensively for managing projects and tasks. Wunderlist was its baby predecessor and while it was an admirable App it didn’t outperform the competition significantly, I stayed using Remember The Milk, and with the new free Reminders App native to iOS5. Continue reading Wunderkit has arrived!
Just a thing that’s annoying me for a long time on Google Apps, my storage has run out after 5 years of usage.
There’s no way to purchase additional gmail storage on a per-user basis. You have to upgrade to the Pro version of Google Apps which is a pretty expensive commitment. The reason this annoys me is that you might have 10 users, in my case 2 of them have reached 99% of the limit, while the other 8 have only used 5-10% each.
The problem is that you have to upgrade every user on the site, so 10 users by $50 per year is $500 just to increase the storage on 1 or 2 users. Continue reading Gmail Quotas & Sessions on Google Apps Mail
WordPress 3.x is such a great platform now that I am using it a lot for small projects and it has a lot going for it out of the box as a basic CMS and publishing system.
By leveraging some of the best plug-ins out there WordPress can do 95% of most people’s CMS requirements without a single programmer writing a single line of code.
Here are my top 10 must have WordPress plug-ins as of 2011:
I reinstalled my computer at Christmas and I was transitioning from Dreamweaver CS5 on Win 7 Ultimate x32 to Dreamweaver CS5 on Win 7 Ultimate x64.
I used the article below to restore my Dreamweaver CS5 via the Windows registry, there is a bit more involved though so I have detailed additional steps.
The performance improvements over the 3G were dramatic , and that may not be as apparent for iPhone 3GS owners. The 3G I had was slowing down significantly, and have installed iOS4 on it there was a noticeable degradation in responsiveness and battery life.
The iPhone 4 is noticeably heavier and slimmer than the older models, and looks slicker than the predecessor with its minimalist finish.
I received this coffee making machine as a gift from my girlfriend last Christmas, and it has proven to be one of those gifts that keeps on giving. Its definitely the best gift I have ever received!
The Lattissima is the ultimate in home coffee making appliances, and the flagship of the Nespresso range, costing between €350 and €400.
The Lattissima shares a lot in common with the iPad, its expensive and a luxury and doesn’t entirely justify itself, but its also hugely desirable and has an aspirational quality.