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42goals lets you track and graph goals of all kinds

Oh wow, another goal tracker. How exciting is that? If you caught yourself thinking something like that upon seeing the title of this post, I'm sure you're not the only one; it's exactly what I thought when I first came across 42goals. Then, I started playing with it and realized it's actually pretty cool. It's kind of like Joe's Goals on steroids. Some goals are best tracked with a simple "+1"...

Find a support community with DailyStrength

Mix one part MySpace with one part 43Things and one part AA and you end up with DailyStrength. DailyStrength is a collection of communities focused on users supporting each other in whatever hardships they are facing in life. From Lung Cancer to Depression to Parenting: there is a community for everyone. Communities are built around members with sections for posting discussions,...

Inpowr can help you explore and discover, you

With so many obstacles in your daily life, its sometimes hard to organize and plan every step. Inpowr wants to be there for you. Inpowr is currently in beta mode, and attending the Web 2.0 conference this week in San Francisco. Their online platform is a location for self discovery, helping users plan every aspect of their lives. Goals can be set, and things that you want changed in your life can...

Google's sekrit plans revealed

Google Blogoscoped has published a summary of an apparently-leaked internal Google memo that outlines the Big G's secret plans to breed evil radioactive mutant rats, er, take over the world, er, make a ton of money this year. To summarize the summary, this year Google planned to: Improve infrastructure and make engineers more productive with uber-search tools Build 10MW of green power toward...

A Joe's Goal badge for your web site

I think I've mentioned about a dozen times how much I like Joe's Goals, and I can't help waving my arms every time its creator, Ian Smith, drops in another great new feature. Today that feature is a brand new badge that embeds a chart of your recent goal activity in any web page, like your blog or MySpace page. To create a badge, just sign into Joe's Goals, click on Preferences in the upper right,...

Joe's Logbook: Take goals to the next level

Awhile back I wrote about Joe's Goals, a super-streamlined site for keeping track of your daily goals. I've been meaning to post about it again, because though I liked the site immediately, it wasn't until about a month later that I started really using it and discovering how incredibly useful it is. Now Ian Smith, the "Joe" of Joe's Goals, has launched Joe's Logbook, a companion site that's...

Track your tasks with Rough Underbelly

Rough Underbelly is a free web-based task-tracker along the same lines as Joe's Goals and with just as much Ajax but with a different, very Web 2.0 interface. Like Joe's Goals, Rough Underbelly is for tracking stuff you want to do every day, like working out, signing new clients, or working on the yard. You can create tasks and assign them point values (10, 5, 2, or 1), and then each day when you...

Joe's Goals: Super simple goal-tracking

The moment I saw Joe's Goals, I knew I liked it. It's not a social goal-tracker like 43 Things or another to-do list app-rather, it's web-based goal-minder with a great interface for your daily goals. Joe's Goals is for tracking how many times you've worked out this week, how many times you ate out, or how many blog posts you've made. The interface is a simple grid with two kinds of goals: Good...