Setting Contexts

My new favorite company: values of n

Posted in I Want Sandy, Jott, Stikkit, Twitter by jquig99 on December 2, 2007

values of n

I love falling in love with a company. Someone that gets how to add value to my live and actually cares about integrating into my workflow. 37Signals is one of those companies (and is the bar that everyone is measured against) and now I’ve found values of n.

Values of n is based out of Oregon and has two (at least today) products – Stikkit and I Want Sandy.

Stikkit, “little yellow notes that think”, turns the traditional sticky note on it’s head. You can use Stikkit to:

Plan a Meeting
Share/Comment on Ideas
Plan a Trip

This is the jumping-off point to adapt Stikkit to your own workflow. Stikkit gives support through it’s forums

Values of n’s other product is an online personal assistant, I Want Sandy. Sandy keeps you organized through your email, text messages and integrating into existing workflows and programs such as Twitter and Jott.

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I’ve been using Sandy for over a week and it’s just been really easy to adapt into my everyday system. I can use the website, call Jott or email any to-dos, appointments, notes as well as add contacts and bookmarks.

It’s a lot of fun, too!

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  1. Rael Dornfest said, on December 5, 2007 at 3:56 pm

    Howdy!

    What a lovely thing to say about our company and products! I so much appreciate that you’re getting both usefulness and fun out of Sandy and Stikkit.

    Best,

    Rael

  2. Jean King said, on December 10, 2007 at 3:11 am

    I use kind of the same pronciple for self organization. I organise myself through emails. I use Wrike http://www.wrike.com/ for it. The great thing is that I can use Wrike as a plannaer and as a collaboration tool for project work. Each memeber of my team has his own account and can both work on a shared project and built his own plans. That’s great, cause it saves a lot of time on switching from one tool to another.

  3. Nathan said, on December 16, 2007 at 1:00 am

    I’ve been a pretty big fan of Stikkit for a while now but was hesitant about using Sandy upon first hearing of it, umm her. On it’s face it seemed kind of gimmicky and not likely to work as well as promised. That said, based solely on your enthusiasm I am off to sign up for it, umm her, as we speak, umm type.

  4. ubernote said, on December 19, 2007 at 9:18 pm

    I wanted to let you know about http://www.ubernote.com

    Based on your blog, it may be something you would like.

  5. Marc said, on January 6, 2008 at 5:51 pm

    hi, found one of your postings last year about how you use actiontastic and quicksilver to help me my project planning. i was curious as to whether you are still using that combination or have you moved on? btw great blog. looking forward to hearing from you soon. bestest, marc


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