JotSpot vs. Backpack

Looking for a personal productivity tool?

I’ve been a user of Backpack since a long time ago… Didn’t use it that much but it was helpful.

After that I signed up in Wetpaint. This is seriously a very nice service, great looking site and themes, very easy to use, quick, and useful. (currently I can’t get “remember me” login option to work).

Then I “found” JotSpot (actually I’ve heard about it for quite some time but just had the time to actually sign up and try it). Looks like the features are massive. Let’s see if it’s really as good as I’ve heard…

UPDATE: “You’ve signed up for the FREE Personal plan which allows you to invite up to 5 users and create up to 10 pages. Your JotSpot will remain free as long as you stay within these limits.”

Sorry, I guess I’ll pass. Back to Backpack. 😉

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1001 Rules : good enough or not good enough?

1001 Rules adalah ide untuk sebuah situs di mana anggotanya dapat membuat daftar “Top 10” (nggak harus 10 sih) untuk hal2 yang bagi dia menarik, misalnya:

  • Top 10 Rules of Dating (contoh di mock-up tersebut)
  • Top Movies
  • Top Artists
  • Top Romantic Songs
  • The Worst News Events Ever!!!

Ide dasarnya sih seperti itu, dilengkapi dengan fasilitas social networking standar tentunya. Sepertinya bagus nggak ya?

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Ini baru salut gw….

Wah keren….. kapan ya gw bisa kayak ini. Gw lebih salut orang2 yang punya ide seperti ini daripada yang bersedekah secara langsung. “Memberi kail bukan memberi ikan”, tapi bukan lintah darat lho…
Arab News:

The Bangladeshi founder of a bank that specializes in helping the poor access microbusiness loans without collateral won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Muhammad Yunus, the 65-year-old economist who has been dubbed the “banker to the poor”, and his Grameen Bank that he founded in 1983 will share the $1.4 million prize.

In his acceptance speech, Yunus said he would use the prize money to develop high-nutrition low-cost food for the poor.

“Every single individual on earth has both the potential and the right to live a decent life,” the Nobel Committee said in its citation. “Across cultures and civilizations, Yunus and Grameen Bank have shown that even the poorest of the poor can work to bring about their own development.”

Loans go toward buying items such as cows to start a dairy, chickens for an egg business, or mobile phones to start businesses where villagers who have no access to phones pay a small fee to make calls. Grameen Bank was the first lender to hand out microcredit, giving very small loans to poor Bangladeshis who did not qualify for loans from conventional banks.

Photo by EPA.

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Making History

Okay, so this will be my first official blog.

I’ve got and tried several blogs:

I seriously believe that most web-savvy people will have at least tens of blogs, either intentionally or not.

Anyways this will be my current personal blog for now. I will continue to have more blogs as time permits. I also have had another blog for the operating system I’m currently using: My Ubuntu blog.

So much for blogging… 🙁

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