RunKeeper Review

If you’re training with any amount of seriousness you start tracking the distance, time, heart rate and anything else that you can. For a while now I’ve used RunKeeper to do all my tracking and workout comparison so let’s take a look. The Good RunKeeper starts off with a great design and lots of information. […]

Switché – Cleaning up ⌘ – Tab

For a while now I’ve been using Apple’s Spaces to keep myself organized while I work. Typically I have one space I’m working in and one space with all of my communication tools (Adium, Skype, Linkinus, Echofon). I need to keep those tools on for client communication, asking questions and some break from the isolation […]

Mavic Aksium Review

**UPDATE April 17, 2012:** I’ve now done a [5000km review][5000] of the wheels. The short version is I repeat what I think below and highlight a problem. While I haven’t blogged about each time I’ve broken a spoke, I’ve been through almost 10 spokes in the last year. Most of the spokes I’ve busted have […]

Billings Review – It’s Close but Not Quite

Edit:We had a server mishap so the images are missing and we’ll get back to them at some point. One of the first things any new freelancer (or anyone who’s put it off) is to nail down your estimating/invoicing workflow. If you can’t get an estimate out you can’t get a project, if you can’t […]

OS X CRM – Relationship by Jumsoft

Lately I’ve been getting enough contacts that the Apple address is getting stretched outside it’s boundaries. So I’ve started to evaluate my work flow for dealing dealing with and following up on contacts for work. Current Workflow Currently for any contact I make a note in the Address Book notes field with any extra information […]

Looking at Yojimbo

Recently I gave some thoughts on Evernote. The review of Evernote was really prompted when I looked at Yojimbo and started wondering why I used Evernote instead. The first and obvious reason I’ll get out of the way now, I was on Windows and Yojimbo is OS X only so until recently I didn’t have […]

Review of Evernote on OS X

I’ve been a long time Evernote user and have tried storing everything from receipts for purchases to code snippets in it. Today I figured I’d give you a quick walk through of my likes and dislikes of Evernote. The Good One of the absolutely standout features of Evernote is the text recognition on images. Seriously […]

Blogging With Ecto

Recently I wrote a post about using MarsEdit as a desktop blogging client. In my quest for a decent solution I also took a look at Ecto. Good Any blogging client I use needs to have an HTML view. I write HTML all day and prefer to have exact control over my markup. Ecto gets […]

Bicycling.com Training Log

Today’s review of training log software looks at the offering from Bicycling Magazine. You can view the training log here. Good One of the features that this training log provides is the ability to log workouts on different bikes. So you could have different mileage reports for your road bike and your time trial bike, […]

Make Blogging Easy with MarsEdit

Let’s face it many of us plan to blog way more than we do, at the very least it applies to me and this blog (well me and all the blogs I have). The original plan was to have something out each Tuesday but life, stuff, StarCraft II, seem to get the way. Since I […]

To get a head start, join thousands of other men and Stop The Struggle.

Get my free eBook to help you stop working all the hours without traction.

You’ll also get a weekly email with good resources to help you do family with the same intention you do your work. Both need to run well if you want to win.