Archive for the 'Buzz' Category

Voo2do for Authors

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Monica Valentinelli at the Words on the Water | Freelance Writing Blog has a thoughtful post on professional freelance writing. After a review of the financial benefits of fiction vs. nonfiction writing, she covers the process of working as a writer and managing the projects and various people involved. She suggests using a tool like […]

Voo2do in TechCrunch

Monday, May 8th, 2006

Voo2do was included today in a comparison of online to-do list apps at TechCrunch. TechCrunch is a popular blog about the latest cool technology stuff, and I’m happy Voo2do made it on there. A big thanks to our many devoted users!

“Site of the Day”

Monday, February 27th, 2006

Voo2do has been selected as RedOrbit’s Site of the Day. RedOrbit appears to be a news portal for science and tech, apparently created in November and doing OK but not huge traffic. Their congratulations email included a handy logo and instructions to link back to them, but voo2do isn’t featured prominently on their site; in […]

Press Hits: Newsweek, Gizmag

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Voo2do is mentioned in a Newsweek International article by Daren Briscoe called Smoother Surfing. It’s also a favourite of the writers at Gizmag. Thanks for the positive mentions, guys!

“Voo2do is the embodiment of simple, satisfying software”

Monday, December 12th, 2005

Dion Hinchcliffe, Voo2do user and Web 2.0 blogger, has honored Voo2do as the best online todo list application: Category: Online To Do Lists Best Offering: Voo2do Description: Ever more of the software we use on a daily basis is moving online, from e-mail to feed readers. To-do list managers are no exception. I’ve used a […]

Voo2do Buzz and Status Update

Saturday, September 17th, 2005

Voo2do is having a small spike in new user accounts this weekend, apparently because of a mention in the Lifehacker blog thanks to a nice pointer by Simplehuman. We’ve also been picked up by a few directories of Ajax services: eHub, WSFinder, and ProgrammableWeb. Voo2do is also noted in the “Similar Initiatives” page at the […]

Voo2do vs. Backpack

Monday, September 5th, 2005

Denis Perekhrest (Денис Перехрест), who runs a Russian-language blog on web-services, firefox, lifehacks, and GTD at inforedesign.com, has posted a comparison of voo2do and backpack. Backpack is a productivity tool by 37signals based on a personal wiki. Denis also emailed me an English translation of his article; here it is posted with his permission. For […]

Paper and Video

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

Voo2do recently got a couple of mentions in media that haven’t before, to my knowledge, noted it. The first is a real dead-trees paper, although I can’t tell whether the Site Seeing column in the 8/19/2005 St. Petersburg Times is actually printed or an online-only feature. Here’s what author Jules Allen said: PDAs are passe, […]

Voo2do Russian Review

Sunday, August 21st, 2005

The Inforedesign blog, a Russian blog on (as far as I can tell) web design, has a mention of voo2do and a few comments. One of them is from someone who also emailed me to ask about voo2do’s problems handling international characters. Which I think is almost fixed…

Voo2do Web Review

Saturday, August 20th, 2005

Although Voo2do now has 1180 users, I think that attention is mostly due to social bookmarking sites like del.icio.us. From what feedster tells me, here’s the round-up of discussion about voo2do: Update: Chris Beams posted a mention and a greasemonkey script that adds a keyboard shortcut for creating a task. (Sorry for forgetting this, Chris!) […]