Apr 27 2009
It seems like you can’t go more than a few hours without some new list popping up on Digg or showing up on some editorial hit list.
Where do all these great, or not so great ideas come from? I’m not sure, but I can tell you this: they don’t make it to the web without some help. So let’s go.
Start with some OPML outlining in MyMind.
Next, flesh out your concept by laying it down on xPad, a powerful free text organizer.
Break out your tasks and get them done with iGTD, an integrated task tool.
Prep your list for the web using Screen 0.2 to format your lists in HTML.
Check Off your task list from the menu bar with a simple, easily accessed task management tool.
Post your progress to Twitter (so your fan club can keep up) with Twitterrific
Document your sources of inspiration by making a list of your books with Books.
Ready for prime-time? Post your final product to your Blog Thing.
Save your blog post link to URLwell on your menu bar (to go back and check your hit-count).
Now, kick back and wait for the advertiser’s checks to roll in. Why not spend some of your new wealth on vintage Mac hardware with the eBay Firefox Companion.
Like the list? Add it to your own.