There are times interviews are done with mixed emotions. While it was exciting to be interviewed and quoted in Fast Company, I only wish it could have been about something aside from the demise of Springpad.
There are times interviews are done with mixed emotions. While it was exciting to be interviewed and quoted in Fast Company, I only wish it could have been about something aside from the demise of Springpad. http://m.fastcompany.com/3032341/most-creative-people/this-startup-had-over-5-million-users-and-a-great-product-then-it-folde#1
The Springpad Springboard community on Google+ has been the home for Springpad users for more than a year. With the pending shutdown of the business (but not the community) we've pulled together to help people find alternatives for their own trusted productivity / curation solutions. To make things easier, below are the important links to … Continue reading Find Your Productivity Solution
There is a lot of rumor circulating about the end of Springpad as a service and a company. While there are a number of things I'm aware of that I can't and won't comment on (business topics that really aren't my area) being one of the largest users of Springpad there are a number of … Continue reading The End of Springpad
With the holiday season upon us, it's important to remember to thank people for the gifts we receive, not only now but all through the year. Springpad is the kind of tool that makes the mechanics easier so you can focus on the sentiment. Here's my recommendation: Create a notebook in Springpad for "Thank You … Continue reading Saying Thank You the Springpad Way
If you are leveraging the tags in Springpad to organize your content, you may have found a feature has gone missing. Due to the recent change in the system architecture, the ability to do an Advanced Search has been removed. As a work around, you can do the following to perform complex searches and then … Continue reading Conducting multi tag searches in Springpad notebooks
One of the challenges I have found in personal productivity solutions is a propensity to limit the options I have in how I want to structure the organization of my information. The notebook metaphor so commonly used by productivity tools often follows too closely to their real world counterparts. For some reason, in many cases, … Continue reading Improve Productivity using Multiple Notebooks in Springpad