Some recent posts at the 37signals Product Blog:
How Expekt uses Basecamp to manage one of the leading European online gaming sites
“Late this summer I heard about Basecamp and 37signals. 2 months later our whole marketing department collaborates in Basecamp. Lost mails, confusion, and who’s doing what/when are no longer a problem.”
Library professionals use Backpack for presentations (and more)
MCLC Library Tech Talk, a technology interest group for the library professionals in Maricopa County, AZ, recently published a review/description of Backpack: “I use Backpack in particular to collaborate with colleagues on projects or presentations, and often use it to outline any presentation I might give.”
RunMyProcess lets you integrate your Basecamp information with other applications without any programming
“The global idea is to offer integration of Basecamp with another application without any programming: Just design the flow of information and select from our library of connectors the one needed.”
Where to get status updates from 37signals
If you’re ever having trouble reaching a 37signals site (including our products), then check the 37signals System Status page. We’ll always post the latest news there on any service issues. The 37status Twitter stream will also keep you up to date on the latest news.
Print data from a php script to a Campfire room with Ice Cube
Up until now, the only API available for Campfire was Tinder, an unofficial API built in Ruby On Rails. But now there’s Ice Cube, which makes it possible to print data from a php script to a room in Campfire. Features include: join room, send message (incl. paste), and leave room.
SmallBizTechnology.com recommends Highrise
SmallBizTechnology.com calls Highrise a new CRM entrant you should highly consider: “It’s feature rich and I recommend you give it a spin for your own business.”
iBackpack makes Backpack pages friendly for the iPhone and iPod Touch
“iBackpack is code (mostly CSS) that optimizes Backpack pages for use on the iPhone and iPod touch. The iBackpack code is hidden from other devices, so it won’t change the way Backpack looks or works on other devices.”
Joe Makoon 29 Jan 08
I hope Highrise is the next to go iPhone friendly. :)
Kendallon 29 Jan 08
I look very much forward to a Highrise iPhone interface. Thanks for iBackpack Violet Pixel.
Serheion 29 Jan 08
Couldn’t you have made it all purty like Ta-Da Lists?
Serheion 29 Jan 08
Oh, wait, it’s a CSS hack by some guy not affiliated with 37signals. The way that the product blog update made it sound is that this is the official 37signals iPhone redesign. My bad.
Prestonon 30 Jan 08
Yes, please apply to Highrise as well! :)
Justin Mon 30 Jan 08
Hello, I’m Justin, author of iBackpack. Thank you all for the kind comments!
I wish it was possible to do something similar for Highrise, but there’s no way to inject the code into that app, so unfortunately I’m restricted to Backpack for the time being.
If anyone has any other comments or questions please let me know!
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