To Many Applications

I use a lot of different devices for a lot of different things and also for a lot of the same things.

I have a PC at work, a PC at home, an iBook that my wife uses, and iPad and an iPod Touch.

I read, design, collect, surf, browse, create, write, edit and do all sorts of other crap on them. I can do all of those things on any of them, but jumping between them is kind of a pain in the ass.

For reading I use Google Reader. It’s not for everyone, but I’ve been using it for a long time. I’ve added, trimmed and organized my feeds and I use it everyday, multiple times a day. I can use it on any computer without any problems.

When I got an iPod Touch last summer one of the first and most used apps I purchased was Reeder, it syncs with Google Reader and grabs feeds and photos to use offline, so I can have my Google Reader just about any where at anytime.

When I got an iPad for Christmas, Reeder was also one of the first apps I purchased. Computer at home or work, iPad on the couch, or iPod Touch in my pocket, Googler Reader and all the crap I read and check up on daily can be with me. The apps and service work very well together and one always picks up where the other leaves off.

My goal now is how to do this with everything else that I do on these devices.

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