Posts Tagged ‘dropbox’
When I was younger, I always wished I had a machine that could record any thought and allow me to play the thought back later on. I have a lot of thoughts in my head, and sometimes it’s very hard to keep track. It takes me a lot of time getting my thoughts down in writing, and once I see my thoughts in written form, I want to tweak some things; this takes a lot of time as well. To illustrate, what I could say in 5 minutes might take up an hour if I write it down, because I want to make sure it read nicely. It’s really different when I just talk.
Tool 1: Gmail
Gmail is the best email client and email provider I know. The usability is unrivaled. In all the time that I have used it, I had only experience a quarter of an hour when Gmail was not reachable. It is very flexible; you can change it around so it fits your needs. For example, I use gmail with my own domain. I use a google apps mail account that works like gmail, and instead of having @gmail.com, I have @seriousmarketing.de. Furthermore, this also allows me to supply email addresses and google apps accounts to all my employees.