timeforcake: Q&A, tip, tool & links
Q&A of the Week: Who’s Looking at my Facebook Page?Question: Hi Erin. Is there a way to track anyone who looks at your FB page? Albeit an already confirmed friend or not?Answer: Unfortunately no, there is not. In fact, if you ever run into an application claiming it can track this information for you, Facebook requests that you report them.Basecamp Quick Tip of the Week: Editing To-Do TasksTo quickly edit a To-Do task in your Basecamp account, hover over the task and press “e” on your keyboard. Nice.Online Tool of the Week: ProducteevStruggling to keep your inbox neat and tidy? Often finding yourself missing action items buried in your inbox? The Producteev team (along with their various Business Angels and Entrepreneur funders) think they have just the tool for you. Producteev helps you manage your tasks by sending you timely alerts and generating on-the-fly To-Do lists based on the emails you forward to them. Filters, reports, daily and weekly digests, an intelligent “Hot Tasks” algorithm that automatically prioritizes your tasks and makes suggestions about what to do first – Producteev’s got it all. Sound interesting? Could this be a good fit for your workflow? Take Producteev for a test drive by using their simple, free plan. A two-person account runs $5/month and an unlimited-person account with 500MB of storage runs $20/month. Learn more at http://www.producteev.com. Grab Bag: Your Five Links of the Week1. http://tinyurl.com/4j4lj9s – A big claim, yet this machine may very well rank up there on the list of “Most Useless Machines Ever.”2. http://tinyurl.com/69fe33u – Learn how to customize your Mac boot logo.3. http://spoon.net – I really can’t say it more eloquently than the words smack-dab in the middle of the site’s homepage: “Spoon virtualization lets you run desktop apps anywhere with no installs – at work, at home, or on the road.”4. http://printfriendly.com – A simple and helpful tool that makes printing pages from the Web easier. PrintFriendly strips all the ads, navigation and miscellaneous clutter from web pages, then makes sure the text is clear and easy to read so that when you send the page to your printer, you get a great looking page with no fluff. All with minimal effort.5. http://tinyurl.com/2v8cyq3 – “How to Make Money on the Internet” is a brilliant, hilarious, beautifully designed infographic that a recent Fast Company dubbed “The Ultimate Web Cash Flowchart.” Excellent.erin pheil is the owner of timeforcake (www.timeforcake.com), a Web design/development studio in Frisco. She can be reached via email at email@example.com.
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