Time Management Business Management Daily provides time management training that can help you and your office operate more efficiently We report on time management skills that can dramatically cut down on wasted time during work hours. These techniques will help you get more done at work – and get you home on time. Just a few months into the year and you’re already playing catch-up? It’s not too late to make 2014 the year you start successfully managing your schedule. Just because they’re often hailed as productivity tools doesn’t mean smartphones are always helpful. If your inbox is always overstuffed and you feel overwhelmed, you’re probably not getting everything done, says Elizabeth Grace Saunders, founder of Real Life E Time Coaching & Training. Learn how to budget your cognitive resources with these tips from Harvard economics professor Sendhil Mullainathan. Next time someone asks you, “When can you have this done?”
2011 World Clock POODWADDLE WORLD CLOCKThe World Stats Counter (V 7.0) This minute 250 babies will be born, 100 people will die, 20 violent crimes will be reported, and the US debt will climb $1 million. The World Clock tells more than time. It shows a live picture of our changing world. The World Clock is too large for a single page. It had to be divided into multiple categories. You can rotate the map by dragging left or right or by clicking the left and right buttons on the menu. The menu provides several filter options. We show two types of stats:1.
Top 7 must-haves for the mobile worker Fri, Oct 05, 2012 7:17 AM Stem cell researchers have created viable eggs using normal cells from adult mice. Thu, Oct 04, 2012 12:09 PM Guyon designs telescopes to help find alien worlds. Thu, Oct 04, 2012 11:58 AM Rabalais has spent a lifetime documenting the effect of ocean 'dead zones.' Wed, Oct 03, 2012 3:04 PM To spot the paths of electrons, physicists looked at electrons on the surface of a semiconductor material. Wed, Oct 03, 2012 2:45 PM Peptides isolated from black mamba venom may be a safer pain killer than morphine, according to a study. Wed, Oct 03, 2012 8:50 AM Put down the cookie dough, kick the cat out of your bed and stop double-dipping at parties. Tue, Oct 02, 2012 11:11 AM A Ph.D student creates an iPad app that uses finger movements along a screen as a password, making it possible that finger swiping could be a personal identifier in the future. Mon, Oct 01, 2012 7:17 PM Two-thirds of all retractions around the world stem from acts like fraud, suspected fraud or plagiarism.
Create Your Own Smartphone App With Infinite Monkeys - No Coding Knowledge Required It would be great if we all had the time, skills, and patience to learn computer coding, especially since technology pervades so many areas of our life. But thankfully, there are applications and web developers out there who provide ways for the rest of us to produce apps with little or no coding skills. Back in June, I reviewed one such web application called Buzztouch, which is designed to allow anyone to create their own smartphone application. Now a similar program has just been released called Infinite Monkeys, a web-based tool geared toward niche communities who want to share content on the iPhone and Android platforms. Infinite Monkeys is not as polished theme wise as Buzztouch, but unlike the latter, Infinite Monkeys, says the developers, “Is completely web-based, and works on any computer or tablet device. Web-based GUI Infinite Monkeys provides three different app platform models, ranging from free to the pro level version of $499. Building An App Core Content Publishing App
SaneBox Now Has A Solution For The Enterprise Email Overload Crisis Enterprise users get more than their fair share of unimportant email. To help this problem, SaneBox, a time-saving email product, is now targeting in the enterprise space. Two months ago, TechCrunch wrote how SaneBox was taming email overload with its smart email filtering service. Today, the Boston-based startup is launching SaneBox for Business. Enterprise customers will be able to setup SaneBox on existing systems such as Google Apps, Exchange, Outlook and Lotus Notes. SaneBox filters non-important emails out of your main inbox. Corporate email clutter is a big problem. SaneBox VP of Growth Dmitri Leonov, tells TechCrunch the reason email overload affects corporate employees more “is largely due to lots of internal emails that aren’t really important to each individual’s job. Leonov says another reason for the new product is the “vast majority of enterprises use Exchange/Outlook, which haven’t been spoiled with add-ons, unlike Gmail users.
SaneBox: Email Management Tool Review Email is a pain. There are simply too many messages to handle—and I'm not even talking about spam from marketers (I use a separate address to collect those emails). The headache is the increasing number of legitimate business messages—it's a humongous time-suck that only seems to be getting worse. Two years ago I answered nearly every message. Until, that is, I tried SaneBox. It's like Gmail's Priority Inbox feature in that it looks at your messages and prior history engaging with those senders and decides which emails you're likely to deem most important. When you turn on the Priority Inbox feature in Gmail, Google separates your email into three categories: Important and unread, Starred, and Everything Else; all the mail is still in your inbox, but the important messages are up top. SaneBox is a bit different in that it removes less important messages from your inbox completely, moving them to an @SaneLater folder that you can peruse whenever you want. SaneBox vs. Automated nagging!