The 10 Most Popular 40Tech Stories of 2011
It’s that time of the year where you see lists everywhere you turn. Now it’s our turn, as we present you with our list of the top 10 most popular 40Tech articles of 2011. These are articles that were posted in 2011, so popular older articles, like our look at Evernote as a GTD tool, weren’t considered. We measured “popularity” by the number of page views a story tallied during the year. Read on for the results.
Photo by Sam_Churchill.
We take a look at how to use Springpad as a GTD system.
We look at Google’s playful side, by listing our favorite interactive logos that graced the Google search page.
As a follow up to another popular post that compared LastPass, KeePass, and eWallet, we pitted LastPass against 1Password.
Photo by kodomut.
If you’ve ever tried to re-read a book on your Kindle, you’ve probably noticed that Whispersync’s “last read location” will typically point to the end of the book. We tell you how to reset that.
Nina Kefer shares her GTD implementation, using Awesome Note and Evernote.
Android offers many great web browsers. We take a look at two studies that compare speeds of several browsers.
Image from Ben Husmann.
If you’ve ever bought an app that doesn’t do quite what it advertised, you might want to get a refund. We explain how to do it. Check the comments of the article, though, as it appears that getting a refund is somewhat of a moving target.
Yes, GTD is a popular on 40Tech. Here is another post from Nina Kefer, looking at GTD using 2Do (an iOS app) and Toodledo.
Bobby writes about how to use Evernote and Producteev together in a GTD methodology. His setup uses Evernote as the ultimate collection tool, and Producteev as the magic task management/Google Calendar integrator.
We let you know about developments in the Producteev world, including the launching of an Outlook plugin that let’s you single-click emails directly to tasks, the introduction of two-way sync with Google Tasks, and the announcement of some native apps on the way (I’ve since used the Mac app, and it is pretty sweet).
Did you have a favorite post this year?