Personal Organization 2.something

This isn’t a survey of personal organization web services. That would be a book, or at least a Mashable mega-post (along the lines of the 150 Facebook Powertools epic).

It’s just a note that the last week or so has seen activity in several of the organization services I use.

  • Scrybe is rolling out the last phase of its beta. I think that the impending corporate development announcement will help me decide whether Scrybe is the best place to keep my calendar.
  • The new Backpack is here. It really is here for me how that it supports OpenId. I like that 37signals is going for a single sign-on via OpenID, rather than via a username that works only for its own services.
  • By the way, Todoist is my current service for to-do lists, but that might switch back to Backpack.

1 thought on “Personal Organization 2.something”

  1. might want to check out calgoo. just got an email from them (signed up for an account months ago and forgot about them) and i guess they have their new product group or something out. after sifting through the email i saw they had a free version along with their paid for versions so I checked it out and it was solid.

    food for though.

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