Over the last several years I’ve built a number of personal productivity tools (almost all of them web apps) that I’ve never written about here. In the spirit of working in public, that’s about to change.
There are around
fourteen twelve of them, though, so I’ll be spacing them out a little, with other posts interspersed here and there for the sake of our sanity. Also, while you’ll be hearing about them in a relatively short timeframe, remember that they weren’t written all at once, and that the older ones have been iterated on for a long time.
I generally won’t be releasing the source code, FYI. I still fiddle with these apps on the regular, and feeling an obligation to maintain stability for outside users would put a severe damper on that. Sorry. That said, the ideas are all free for the taking, and I’m happy to answer questions. (I feel I should lower the expectations here. These apps aren’t amazing or groundbreaking. Consider them small curiosities.)
I’ll have the first post in the series up soon.
Edit: Here they all are.
- Liszt — to-do list app
- Vinci — notebook app
- Ditto — transcription app
- Slash — blog engine
- Gate — quick entry app for my phone
- Quill — quick entry app for my laptop
- Momentum — daily goals app
- Bookshelf — reading tracking app
- Storybook — fiction writing app
- Saturn — launcher app
- Lector — reading app
- Arc — notes app
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