pleasenotify.me is a simple, free service to let you send tasks to people, and be notified when they’re done.
It works like this:
You can use the form on the left to email someone a task. If they don’t mark it complete by the time you specify, both of you will be notified. You’ll both be reminded daily until it’s finally completed. It’s the simplest project management imaginable.
Getmooh is an automated call back service. It is designed to help you escape a variety of situations by calling you automatically on your phone at a pre-specified time and playing you a recording which will either instruct you on what to say to elude your tormentor(s), or which will simply give a convincing sense of you being on an important call.
Getting Started in Building ‘Coffee-Shop Community’ Written by Rick Howerton God seems to be directing a lot of Christians to coffee shops so they can make Jesus famous. Statistics show that millions of people meet in coffee shops for “spiritual conversations” on a weekly basis. This pre-existing audience in need of Jesus is almost untouched. The groups are already there discussing various belief systems, not necessarily Christianity. Many of these are mixed groups made up of agnostics, atheists, Muslims, Buddhists, and people who are simply apathetic about any belief system at all. Joining or starting a group of this nature will allow an individual to insert the name of Jesus into the conversation as well as sharing the Word of God with the group. Soul Cafe: Story. Narrator. Intrigue. Soul Cafe: Story. Narrator. Intrigue. If you decide to start of group of this type you may be wondering how to recruit people to join you. A few ideas
You’ve probably read more than one post recently on all the great things companies are doing on Twitter. What’s less obvious are the companies that forgot to get on Twitter, or to otherwise monitor (or in some cases care about) what people are saying about them online. For those companies I have proposed My Almost Free Twitter-Based Corporate Social Media Strategy. The idea for the article came to me as I observed a well-known truck rental company getting trashed on Twitter. (You can probably figure out which company it is, and if you-haul stuff, you’ve probably done business with them but I don’t see any benefit in naming them here.) This was more than just a rant session. These people were trying to get the company’s attention by complaining in a public forum. It was kind of an informal version of GetSatisfaction.