Yearly Archives: 2009

Compare Browser Type CSS Options

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I admit it. I’m a typophile. Addicted to descenders and x-heights, I could stare at the lower-case ‘g’ (the one with the closed descender) forever trying to inherit the genius of the early typographers who gave us Garamond and it’s brethren. Exploring type on the web isn’t as limitless as it’s analog counterpart, but there […]

Three Reasons Why Not To Sign Non Disclosure Agreements

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In the nine-plus years that Pelago has been designing and developing web sites and web-based applications, we’ve been asked more than once to sign a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) before putting together an estimate. Whether they are trying to protect a business process or an idea, the client usually has a genuine concern for keeping […]

Why Evolution is Better than Revolution

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“In art there are only fast or slow developments. Essentially it is a matter of evolution, not revolution.” — Béla Bartók The landscape of web-based time tracking, task management, and project management tools has become a little noisy. It seems that each month another company is throwing their app into the fray and hoping for […]

A New Collaborative Web Site for Project Management Questions

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A new web site for helping people find answers to project management quesitons has recently launched over at AskAboutProjects. The site does a great job of allowing the community to participate without being overwhelmed by the big words and acronyms that usually go hand-in-hand with project management discussions. Go on over and participate. It would […]

Project Landscape Report

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We’ve added a new report to Intervals, the Project Landscape Report. This project activity report is useful for comparing data across several projects at once. Whether taking a glance at how your projects are doing, or digging in deeper to view tracked time, task totals and financial balances and budgets, this workflow reporting tool is ideal […]

Periscope Report

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UPDATE: The Periscope report has been overhauled and renamed as the Gantt Chart. Here is our blog post introducing this new feature: Announcing the Intervals Gantt Chart   Intervals has focused most of its features on tracking time, task and project data for making informed decisions on how to best plan and manage upcoming projects. […]

Create Multiple Tasks at Once

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Intervals now offers users the ability to create multiple tasks at once for projects and milestones. Project managers and others will find this feature useful when the need arises to quickly create several homogeneous tasks. When starting a new project it is often the case that a project manager will need to add several new […]