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A retweet from Jeremy Davis tipped me off to reQall... which looks like it might even have one up on Dial2Do (which works great for me)... reQall seems to need fewer commands on account of being "smart" enough to understand what you mean. I'll have to try it: "Use your voice, email, instant messaging, or text messaging. No other memory tool makes it as easy to capture, retrieve, and share ideas and things you need to do—anywhere, anytime."
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Based on my love of AideRSS for Google Reader, I think I will also like this method for managing your incoming information flow via RSS: "Feed Rinse is basically a spam filter for RSS feeds. It takes your feeds and then filters them, depending on the rules you specify. You can tell it to allow or block posts depending on keywords in the post body or post title. It will then give you a special Feed Rinse RSS address which you can then place in your RSS reader - and it’s all free!"
This link recently saved by markwagner on August 22, 2008
I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like a possible alternative to Jott, which just started charging (and which the teachers in my multimedia workshop just learned about today). It also looks like it might play the roll of Remember the Milk or I Want Sandy. Let me know what you think if you've tried it.
This link recently saved by markwagner on April 02, 2008
A journal & GTD application ideal for students, Journler includes an iTunes-like interface, multimedia features, smart folders, iLife integration, and more. Unfortunately, this once donationware app will now require a license in the next release. It ma
This link recently saved by markwagner on December 11, 2007