me

Hi, I’m Christian. I do this stuff:

The Latest Post

Making the Word Counter More Useful

Last week, I released an update which introduced a calendar view to the Word Counter where users could look at their past achievements. I call this calendar view the History. There’s a lot of stuff on the roadmap still. The History is useful, but still pretty basic. I want to add analysis features. At the moment, users can look at the amount of words they write each day. But they have to find out if a day was only a good day or if it was an excellent day themselves. The Word Counter will soon help users with this, offering comparisons, calculating the mean, and helping users reach their daily goals.

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Projects

The Word Counter (Mac)

visit the Word Counter Website

What gets measured gets accomplished. A writer should write, so here’s the Word Counter to count what counts: how many words you write each day. Measure your output to increase your productivity as a writer.

Buy online for $5.99 instead of the regular $10.99

  • Why is counting words important?
  • Get immediate feedback on your productivity as a writer by glancing at the daily total count increase.
  • See how you distribute your productivity: the Word Counter shows which app got the most of your attention.
  • Boost your motivation by taking a look at how well you achieve your goals.

Calendar Paste 2

visit Calendar Paste.app Website

Imagine you could paste events in your iPhone Calendar app! Calendar Paste 2 is an event template builder for iPhone/iPod Touch so you can organize recurring events painlessly.

download on the app store

With it you will:

  • Save time creating irregularly recurring events like shift work,
  • Prepare calendar event templates to stop repeating yourself,
  • Set-up your Pomodoro work sprints, or
  • Quickly create events with odd durations.

The Vault

These are projects I currently don’t attend to.

Notational Velocity

I tweaked Notational Velocity to support me during my university studies and my knowledge work. Notational Velocity became my main hypertextual tool to store references/take notes/jot down ideas/organize myself. Currently, its development is halted.