Since moving away from a Windows-based notebook and my much loved Livewriter I’ve been searching for a great blog-posting tool. The options on a Mac are pathetic or expensive. Recently I discovered Scribefire, and so far it’s a great tool for posting to a WordPress blog. One of the neater features asks if you’d like to post to other blogs at the same time, meaning with one click I can post to both WordPress and Typewriter.
Work-life balance is something I’ll write about more soon. In the meantime, I just stumbled across this quote that is thought-provoking:
“Every one of us can send emails on Sunday night, but how many of us know how to go to the movies on Monday afternoon? If you don’t know how to go to the movies from 2 to 4, you’re in trouble because you’ve just taken on something that unbalances life, but you haven’t rebalanced it with something else.”
Great read from Mark Penn. I particularly liked this thought:
Make it a Choice, not a referendum on you. Campaigns and consumer choices share one important thing in common: they are about alternatives, not ideals. Too often incumbent politicians and brands face a referendum on their policies even though the alternative remains untested. In these situations you have to make it a choice.
Very excited that CommBank Kaching is now here. You can download from the iTunes store – for this version you will need to have CBA/NetBank account and also be in Australia. Lots more innovation coming from us in this space.
I’ve been using Kaching for the past month and is makes shopping a breeze. Simply tap and go with an iPhone and iCarte. Let us know how you find the experience.