Archive for January, 2008

Same Voice – New Site, davidebowman.com

http://www.davidebowman.comI would like to announce the launch of my new site – davidebowman.com

The site has been up for a little over a week now, and I am starting to get it good and populated with delicious and tasty morsels of content. There are podcasts, marketing news, observations on life, cool tech links, and various fun posts. The look and feel is very different, but the content will be similar – only more of it more often. I hope that you will visit it, favorite it, and share it with others you know. Please subscribe to the rss link, or if you prefer email – there is a subscription field in the top left where you can get the latest and greatest posts right in your inbox. Please take a look and let me know what you think – oh yeah, there is also a contact form where making your feedback known is easy. Thanks.

DAVIDeBOWMAN

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Save Time and Do More – Jott.com

This is a test post to my Blog from jott.com. I’m making this post on my mobile phone using jott.com. listen
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I discovered today that it’s possible to post to my blog from Jott.com. If you are not familiar with Jott.com, well…it is one of the most amazing and useful services that you can find. Jott offers free voice to text translation. So when you are in your car and think of that great idea, simply call Jott, leave a message, and voila – you get an email with both a text transcription of your message as well as the original audio. Now for safety and convenience, I recommend putting it in your speed dial – mine is in speed dial 9.  (Goog411, the other most amazing phone tool I know of, is speed dial 4.)  Well, as I stated above, Jott can not only send you an email message, but you can also use it to send messages to others and post directly to Google Calendar, WordPress Blogs, Toodledo, Remember the Milk, Twitter, and numerous other web tools.  Jott is one of the rare productivity tools that actually might make you more productive.  What tools will you use to make 2008 your most productive year yet?