New mNotes version 4.x looks good

Saturday, October 15th, 2005
I decided to re-evaluate the latest release of mNotes; I wanted to compare it to Pylon iAnywhere. I'm not ready to post a review, but I can say that the folks at Commontime have been busy. One thing I like about the mNotes product is that a license is per-user, regardless of the type of PDA, how many simultaneous PDAs are synched and regardless of whether you sync by USB, Bluetooth, or wireless. In fact, the server's the same for all three. The program is tightly integrated with Notes, too. The e-mail support Notes rich, including full bidirectional support for folders, which means that you can process your mail on your PDA. Handle it once; sweet. If you're looking for a sync solution between Notes and your PDA, mNotes is certainly an option to consider. Link: Commontime.

Maximum Personal Productivity

Tuesday, October 11th, 2005
What's your definition of Maximum Personal Productivity? My colleague, Jason Womack, just posted his:

I am most productive when I do what I said I would do in the time that I promised.

Simple and to the point. Not a lot of room to improve on that definition. Sounds like a great affirmation for a screen saver.

Jason goes on to share some of his tools of choice for managing commitments.

Thanks, Jason!