Neatlee Recommends - Cardstar
My wallet is busting at the seams, and no, it’s not because I’m a high roller with wads of cash. My collection of loyalty cards - PetSmart, Harris Teeter, Food Lion (you get the picture) - is more than my poor wallet can handle. I downloaded Cardstar to my Droid and inputted my stack of frequent member cards. The app allows you to input the numbers by hand or scan the bar code with...
Half gallery-half freebie site, Creattica is one of my new favorites. I downloaded one of their free ribbon files that I used in my Neatlee Notable post highlighting Ciesther Parrilla dela Cruz.
Evernote for Seminars
Two weeks ago I attended a tradeshow as a vendor, but I had the opportunity to sit on a few of the seminars that my colleague moderated. Whenever I go to a tradeshow, I always feel like I overdose on paper - maps, seminar schedule, notepads…phew! Instead of using the conference/hotel’s notepads, I used Evernote to jot down my thoughts on my Droid.
A-ha Moment - Curious Office
While perusing Inkd’s company profile, I read the profile of founder Kelly Smith. And whaddya know? Some of my go-to sites - Inkd, SEOMoz, and Wishpot - are backed by Smith’s VC company, Curious Office.
Dropbox for Ginormous Files
®Dropbox Gone are the days of sharing our files via FTP. Thanks to @Dropbox I don’t have to remember user names, passwords and FTP addresses when transferring large files. We’ve used Dropbox recently to share PDF files with a FastSigns in Nashville (I’m in Norfolk) and drafts of a video with our marketing team in Wisconsin.
My good friend is preparing for a presentation on social media. It’s always tough getting started and the public speaking jitters never make it easier. When I need some ideas, here are a few places I start: Presentation Zen - Garr Reynolds spouts knowledge on professional presentation design, with a little inspiration from Bill Cosby in this post. Slideshare.net - Ah, the hub of all...
Expert Office Design Tips on Mashable →
In anticipation of Workspace Wednesday, here are 5 tips from Mashable to get you started on designing your office.