Tools for the mobile worker

I listened to a podcast today at Startups for the rest of us around working remotely and optimizing productivity by getting out of the office.

I’m listing some of the tools and tips here in addition to a few things that I found to be valuable as well. If you have tips that you would like to share, drop them in the comments section or send me an email via the contact form.

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Why its all about mobile

In brief, if your business doesn’t have a mobile strategy of some type, then you are missing out on an opportunity that is happening right now. Although its been discussed for a few years as something that is going to happen, apparently this is the year that it actually may.

Mobile devices, smart phones and tablets, are forecast to out sell desktop computers according to a report released from IDC. Continue reading “Why its all about mobile”

What is an OUYA?

I found a reference to a gaming console called OUYA the other day and wanted to know more about it. My first thought was, do we really need another console?

After a little more research I found this video game console to be interesting. The OUYA is an Android powered video game console. Its a Kickstater crowd-funded product. It will retail for $99 usd and be available on June 4, 2013.

All of the games will be free to try which reminds me of the smartphone app model although every game isn’t free. The console can be preordered at the OUYA website in addition to BestBuy, Target and other retailers.

See a short hardware and software overview video about the OUYA (approx. 4 minute run time)


Let me start by saying that REWORK is one of the best books I’ve read. A lot of this may have to do with the timing since in recent years I walked away from the corporate life into full time entrepreneurship which puts me in a state of mind that’s open to each experience (Cubicle, Business owner).

What I recognized immediately after I started reading the book was the consistent references to topics that I had instinctive thoughts and ideas about while inside of the cubicle but could rarely find anyone else that agreed or shared those thoughts.

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