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Abhijeet Mukherjee shares 15 time management tools and apps. I'm curious about RescueTime, an app that you download to keep track on how you spend your time on your computer.
November 29, 2012 in Teaching tools | Permalink
Hello, Why calculators have not changed in 40 years?
I am an independent developer and a mathematics lover.
If like me, you use everyday a calculator on your iPhone or iPad, maybe you've already asked yourself: Why do all these calculator apps still copy the same 40 year old design, and why don't they take advantage of that big multitouch screen?
With that in mind, I designed PopCalc, the free calculator for iPhone and iPad that I have always dreamed of.
And now, I'm so used to its simplicity that when I have to use a classic calculator, I'm as lost as if I had to use an old rotary phone.
Discover PopCalc here: http://www.popcalc.com
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Nicolas Carrel |
December 05, 2012 at 10:20 AM
Hey Delaney. I tried Rescue Time. The results scared me.
Even if you choose to carry on regardless it's instructive to know what you're really spending your time on.
Ian Brodie |
December 05, 2012 at 11:00 AM
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