Tag Archives: web apps

The Merits Of Online Publishing

By | March 14, 2006

Jason Fried of 37 Signals, the guys behind web applications like Basecamp and Tada List and Backpack , have published a book on how to build web apps. And they’ve proven a point — that publishing online can be the smart way to go. Jason tells me they’ve sold 4,000 downloadable digital copies of their new book Getting Real… Read More »

Online Calendars – An Opportunity Lost?

By | February 10, 2006

A great piece by Joel Spolsky on calendar software, where he complains that all these online calendars don’t really offer very much, are half-baked and may just be efforts to attract buyouts from the big boys: For all the Ajax calendars that are appearing, it’s a shame I can’t find one which really meets my needs. I tried… Read More »

The Fast-moving Backpack

By | May 18, 2005

At the risk of becoming a PR machine for 37 Signals and Backpack, they’ve come out with another interesting feature, this time an API: Jason Fried tells me that the API will mean “developers…can now build on top of Backpack their own apps, pull Backpack data into their own systems, push data to Backpack from custom apps…” These… Read More »