We’re in a world where we can increasingly move from office-space to office-space, using a lot more than just one computer for the work we do. This situation is helped by web-based applications and the ability to store personal information online.
This post over at Healthy WebDesign by Dawud Miracle prompted me to mention it.
WordPress, Feedburner, Gmail, Google Analytics and others are on the list. One difference of opinion I have however is with Dawud’s mention of Skype, especially with them recently raising their rates. I prefer, and recommend, using VOIPCheap for making extremely low-cost overseas calls on the internet. Okay, so it’s not quite free, but it’s certainly not far-off. For a £10 subscription charge you can call overseas landlines for free for 120 days. It helps me to effectively communicate with those clients that I haven’t yet met face-to-face.
The world is a lot more flat than it used to be.