Archive for the 'Productivity' Category shows top-rakend iPhone apps over time

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

During my work at kooaba I deal alot with tracking the statistics of iPhone apps. I was also curios how other apps develop in their rankings. I could not find any web-site which consistently tracks the top ranked iPhone apps. So I decided to create my own. is the outcome of this endeavor. It [...]

9 great tools to run your startup in the cloud

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

Running kooaba now for a couple of years a few tools turned out to be handy. Let’s just assume you start a tech company with at total of six coworkers (3 engineering, 2 business development / marketing , 1 management). Here’s a setup that might work, for your convenience and your business plan including approximate [...]

Must have software for the Mac

Sunday, December 6th, 2009

One of the best things about the Mac are the little utility Software’s that solve some niche problem very well. Many of them are very well designed, both in terms of UI and usability. Yes, most of them cost money, but unlike their PC equivalents they usually don’t suck and a few bucks are well [...]

Another gem: the paradox of choice

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

EXCELLENT talk, and very entertaining. (Side note: also note the different clothing style compared to the video in the previous post )


Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

A must see for anyone responsible for development of a software product: Scrum et al. by Ken Schwaber. Besides the actual contents of the talk I like that it is being delivered without any slides.

Expandrive rocks!

Saturday, May 24th, 2008

You are working on a mac? You need access to data on other, remote linuxish machines? Buy Expandrive. It’s awesome. Really. (It’s cheap, too). Hat tip: Jo.

Project Inbox Zero

Monday, March 24th, 2008

Managing your email can be a pain. Recently I stumbled over Remo’s remark mentioning that he got his mails done in 2007. This reminded me of the GTD book that I had read a few years ago, but never implemented, since changing a system needs time. Managing at least e-mail after the GT principle seems [...]

Does Google Read my blog? AKA: Reader does search now!

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

A couple of months ago I was dazzled by the lack of a search function in Google Reader. A week ago Google finally added search. And it rocks!! Finally my starred items are of use, since I can restrict search to them. Search is the new user interface.