Living in the Cloud

I get lots of questions from people about which web applications I use and why I’ve replaced most (all?) of my desktop applications with stuff from the web. So, here’s how I get things done using web apps and my BlackBerry…

Part 1 (web apps and screencast):

And part 2 about BlackBerry and mobile stuff:

This is more of a pointer post that I’ll be sending people to when they email or ask me how I use GMail or Evernote as part of my work or study flow instead of relying on Outlook, Word, etc.

Feel free to leave your thoughts and suggestions in the comments, though…

18 thoughts on “Living in the Cloud”

  1. Good call. Should have mentioned that in the post… completely forgot thatyou have to pay for the Premium Membership ($25 a year on PayPal) to get theMilk Sync BB app or the iPhone/iPod Touch app. Nonetheless, it's completelyworth it and I really have no problem paying a few bucks to support a”web2.0″ app if that means they'll actually stick around for more than a fewyears!Thanks for pointing that out!!

    1. Good call. Should have mentioned that in the post… completely forgot that
      you have to pay for the Premium Membership ($25 a year on PayPal) to get the
      Milk Sync BB app or the iPhone/iPod Touch app. Nonetheless, it’s completely
      worth it and I really have no problem paying a few bucks to support a
      “web2.0” app if that means they’ll actually stick around for more than a few
      years!
      Thanks for pointing that out!!

    1. Good call. Should have mentioned that in the post… completely forgot that
      you have to pay for the Premium Membership ($25 a year on PayPal) to get the
      Milk Sync BB app or the iPhone/iPod Touch app. Nonetheless, it’s completely
      worth it and I really have no problem paying a few bucks to support a
      “web2.0” app if that means they’ll actually stick around for more than a few
      years!
      Thanks for pointing that out!!

    1. Good call. Should have mentioned that in the post… completely forgot that
      you have to pay for the Premium Membership ($25 a year on PayPal) to get the
      Milk Sync BB app or the iPhone/iPod Touch app. Nonetheless, it’s completely
      worth it and I really have no problem paying a few bucks to support a
      “web2.0” app if that means they’ll actually stick around for more than a few
      years!
      Thanks for pointing that out!!

    1. Good call. Should have mentioned that in the post… completely forgot that
      you have to pay for the Premium Membership ($25 a year on PayPal) to get the
      Milk Sync BB app or the iPhone/iPod Touch app. Nonetheless, it’s completely
      worth it and I really have no problem paying a few bucks to support a
      “web2.0” app if that means they’ll actually stick around for more than a few
      years!
      Thanks for pointing that out!!

  2. Good call. Should have mentioned that in the post… completely forgot thatyou have to pay for the Premium Membership ($25 a year on PayPal) to get theMilk Sync BB app or the iPhone/iPod Touch app. Nonetheless, it's completelyworth it and I really have no problem paying a few bucks to support a”web2.0″ app if that means they'll actually stick around for more than a fewyears!Thanks for pointing that out!!

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