Posts Tagged ‘reminders’

Scribbly is an application that runs on Adobe Air which allows you to quickly take notes and then email them to yourself with one click.  Its feature set still leaves a lot to be desired, but it’s still a useful little tool and worth a look. After you install it you just need to click […]

With the New Year quickly approaching (less than a month away!!) I decided it would be a good time to find a new tool for establishing healthy habits – out with the bad and in with the good!  That takes us to Rootein (pronounced “routine”), a service that allows you to create and track tasks, […]

Never a borrower or a lender… well, you know the saying.  But maybe there is a way to feel more comfortable lending out your brand new digital camera to your neighbor.  Rentoni helps you keep track of your lending and borrowing habits. Sign up is free and you can quickly start adding items and people […] is a new service that can help to keep your pantry, cleaning supplies, and toiletries stocked by reminding you when you need to purchase common household items, and then shipping them to you. After you create your free account, simply browse through the different “rooms” that have items you need to stock up on.  […] gives you an easy way to send yourself reminders, links you want to revisit, and even images right from your address bar.  You can have items sent to your email address or via text message.  Anything you want to send to your email or phone can be sent by simply adding before the […]

ReminderFeed is a simple tool that allows you to send reminders right to your feed reader.  It’s free to use and is pretty much hassle free — meaning you don’t need to create an account to use it.  Just type in what you need to be reminded of, and subscribe to the feed. Just give […]

Resnooze is a reminder service that sends you nudges about things you need to get done on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Knowing that there are a lot, and I mean a lot, of reminder/to-do applications out there, I was a little hesitant to give Resnooze a try.  I’m really glad I did because […]

What is one to do when one is forgetful?  Well,  you could set up reminders on one service for birthdays, another for wake-up calls, and another to help you remember all of the other little things you think of throughout the day.  You could also create alerts for everything you need to keep up on […] gives you a simple way to set up reminders to be sent to your email.  The best part is that you don’t have to register for anything in order to use it.  Registration isn’t even an option.  All you need to do is enter in your email, add some event details, and choose when […]

I’m always a bit skeptical when I receive emails about new relationship or dating sites. Good thing I ignored my first instinct with GetinHerHead and went and checked it out. This service is very cool, useful, and easy to navigate. You start by signing up with basic info but you also include your partners name […]