We allo know what a nightmare it can be trying to collect all of our receipts together when it comes to claiming our expenses back. Usually your entire desk becomes excavated, your ill-fitting suit turned inside out and you end up with your arms shoved behind the sofa desperately trying to locate that elusive cab … Continue reading PlanOn SlimScan: Never lose a receipt again
We have so many productivity and time management apps to tinker with and organise, it’s a wonder we get anything done. So that makes Berlin-based software company 6Wunderkinder even braver for taking on what is an already competitive market and releasing their new Facebook meets Things lovechild, Wunderkit. Wunderkit is an online application that helps … Continue reading Is Wunderkit the new productivity wunderkind?
Are you busily trying to organise all kinds of Christmas events – and are you getting bogged down trying to keep track of who’s doing what and when? Maybe you need a little hand from MicroStrategy’s iPhone app, Usher. This app lets you set up and manage all those parties and drinks events from start … Continue reading Be the perfect party planner with Usher
Okay, so we have long had it drummed into us that French chefs are the best in the world and British cuisine is utterly comical – especially our gravy. But really, a kitchen that teaches you French? Is this going just a step too far? Don’t worry chaps, it’s not some subtle Gallic ploy to convert … Continue reading The kitchen that teaches you French
Even though we haven’t even had Halloween yet, there’s already been a lot of talk about Christmas – so why not move straight on to New Year’s resolutions? So if you’re going to resolve to be tidier and more organised in the New Year, why not make an early start, with the help of mobile … Continue reading Proporta and Onanoff team up to keep your cables tidier
I’m a sesquipedalian. If you need to look that up don’t worry – it means I’m a prentious fool (more technically it means I’m given to using long words but they are pretty much one and the same). Whilst other kids had friends and sporting activities to busy themselves with, I spent countless hours nose … Continue reading Electronic Dictionary Bookmark : e-reading functionality in an analogue world
For storing files, the world is taking inspiration from England’s summer: it’s all about the Cloud. And while Yahoo!, Gmail and Hotmail rule cloud-based e-mail, YouTube is the King of cloud video, Flickr and Facebook champion cloud pictures, Dropbox is the only big name in cloud-based file storage. That’s something German-based Strato plan to change. … Continue reading Strato’s Hi-Drive: 5GB of free high security cloud storage
My fridge has all kinds of magnetic things stuck on it. Everything from a bug eyed frog post card holder, to a welcome to Ibiza badge I won in a hotel raffle once. Good old fashioned post it notes decorate the rest of it in the hap hazard filing system I use to remember everything. … Continue reading ‘Play’ video memo pad puts fun onto fridges