Yearly Archives: 2008

Y2K9 Bug?

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Looks like the end of 2008 is causing a few problems out there in the online world. Now dubbed the Y2K9 bug, applications and devices are experiencing everything from minor hiccups to complete failures. Here are a few cases we’ve noticed: Microsoft Zune Players failing: Gizmodo: 30GB Zunes Failing Everywhere, All At Once Taking the […]

Managing Projects & Getting Things Done, at the Same Time

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Most online task management tools available today are great for helping the task-oriented individual or small business get things done. Once we’ve settled on one that matches our personality and worfklow style, we set about entering tasks and managing them. Intervals is very much like other hosted task management apps in this regard. The primary […]

Tracking Time in Intervals using Modules

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Online time tracking apps are great for discovering where all your time is going. And many of them allow you to classify time entries by billable types of work, an invaluable feature for billing clients and estimating future projects. One of the unique features within the Intervals time tracking tool is the ability to classify […]

New Milestones Feature Launching Soon

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A new way to manage projects and tasks Within the next few days we’ll be launching the much-anticipated milestones feature and redesigned home/dashboard page for Intervals, our web-based project management tool. This new feature will enable you to group tasks into deliverables, making project management a whole lot easier when dealing with so many tasks. […]

Putting the project before the scope

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Conventional wisdom dictates that any web design & development project should start out with a detailed scope of work, especially when flat bidding a project. This scope document is a road map, a guide dictating what stays in and what gets jettisoned in order to keep the project under budget and on time. That would […]