“ Scrybe™ is a groundbreaking online organizer that caters to today’s lifestyle in a cohesive and intuitive way.”
I got an invitation to this today. I look forward to playing with it, when I have some spare time.
Calgoo is aÂ new program that lets you put your calendars together. Right now they support google cal, outlook and iCAl. I’ve tested it with my google calendar and outlook. Its pretty neat. I can imagine that if you have a family and everyone was a calendar user, this would come in very handy.
I’ve been playing with Mindomo at work the last couple of days. It’s an online mind mapping tool. Its very well done and very close to the other mindmanager I’ve been using called mindjet mindmanager. It doesn’t have all the cool outlook integrations, but thats not a big deal for a well done web version. Its work checking out.
A few years ago I started posting short posts to my weblog about TV is was watching and comics I was reading and other things of that nature. It was an experiment to keep track of more things that I was doing. I did it for maybe a month or so, before I realized that that probably wasn’t the best way to keep track of it. Time passed and I tried keeping track of things in text files, that work for a while, but wasn’t always handy when I needed it. I tried doing some hand written journals for a while. That was good, but wasn’t great for searching or using that data without digging through pages of stuff.
A few months ago after ready Erik Benson on Using Bloglines to manage my online presence with the results showing up here. I got a renewed interest in this. I’ve seen it called Personal Aggregators, Digital Life Aggregates, Personal Plants and things of that nature.
I’m always looking for more ideas on the subject. I started page on my wiki, simply called LifeAggregator to keep up with what I was doing and what I found. Currently I’m tracking the following information using WordPress, a patched together Magpie and PHP script and some cron jobs. This isn’t 100% automated as I do have to enter some of the data manually, but thats OK. Currently here is all the information that I’m tracking and I have plans to add other sources of information.
[x] My Blog
[x] My Twiki
[x] My Gallery
[x] My Email
[x] Amazon Wish List
[X] Think Geek Wish List
[X] Todays Plays from iTunes, using the iScrobbler RSS feed.
[X] Ta-Da Lists
[X] 43 Things
[X] Books – AllConsuming
[X] Magzines, TV, Comics, Movies, Misc Video,Incoming (new stuff) – all done manually.
[X] Spurl – I don’t actually use this often.
Its a lot of fun for me to pull up this information every few days to see what I was up to.
This morning I have hit on quite a few very interesting posts related to this sort of information.
Phil Wilson – I’m trying to subscribe to your brain. Is going into a direction using FOAF to list more information and extract more information about a persons activities.
Lost Boy – Subscribe to my Brain. He is taking a slightly different approach using FOAF and creating an OPML from it. He even as a Subscribe to my brain tag to use. Some good thoughts there and I’ll probably be updating my FOAF file (which isn’t working at the moment) to include some more items similar to his.
jo’s development journal – externalising absolutely everything. Discusses a set of logging scripts that externalises “everything”. I’ve downloaded this and will look through them soon.
John Resig – Life As RSS. “My masterplan: Essentially, an RSS aggregator (makes sense, nothing special) that pulls all of my personal RSS feeds into one place and provides an overall statistical view of the information that it contains.” Similar to my plan, I can pick up a few tips from the things he has done and follow along as he does more.
Louche Cannon – I want to subscribe to your brain. Talks about subscribing to all this information, possibly this kicked off a few of the others to think about it.
I got my Backpack account today. Let the fun start!
I guess I never new that google had a Calculator
For some reason I typed in 6×10^2 in google and bam it gave me 0.06, handy thing to know.
Looks like Audible has finally joined the party. This will be so much easier for me to keep up with whats news. Now what I would really like to see them add is a RSS feed for my wishlist as well as a RSS feed off my library so I can track what I’ve recently added. Good work guys!
I got my beta account on Trumba today. Entering items is a breeze. I was also able to export a calendar and import it with no problems. I wasn’t able to subscribe with iCal, i think this is an outlook only option that requires a plugin. Overall its pretty nice. I didn’t see an rss or xml output option.