Traveling, Dopplr style

I love Dopplr, because it shows me when my friends are in the same city I am. Anyway, Rocky and I are about to drive down to Beverly Hills to see Mahalo and MySpace. Of course, if you were on Dopplr you’d already know that.

Oh, and I’m now using Google Calendar to keep track of our plans. If you want to get onto our calendar, this is a good place to look for open time.

By the way, I love Plaxo. It keeps my calendar all synched up between five machines here. It also saved my life when PodTech closed my account. If I hadn’t used Plaxo my calendar would have disappeared. But thanks to Plaxo it was all backed up.

24 thoughts on “Traveling, Dopplr style

  1. I think the problem with Dopplr and online tool like it is this: adoption. So many of these things in slightly different flavors its hard to pick something to run with. Did you ever wish innovation would slow down so the rest of us could catch up?

  2. I think the problem with Dopplr and online tool like it is this: adoption. So many of these things in slightly different flavors its hard to pick something to run with. Did you ever wish innovation would slow down so the rest of us could catch up?

  3. Robert: then if you do write again about something, add a referrence to the previous article – for people that didn’t track your blog before (such as me). It would make whole picture more complete :)

  4. Robert: then if you do write again about something, add a referrence to the previous article – for people that didn’t track your blog before (such as me). It would make whole picture more complete :)

  5. Martin: in the past I’ve interviewed the Dopplr CEO and CTO and also interviewed the Google Calendar team. I just wanted to remind my readers of these tools and demonstrate that I am, indeed, getting good utility out of them.

  6. Martin: in the past I’ve interviewed the Dopplr CEO and CTO and also interviewed the Google Calendar team. I just wanted to remind my readers of these tools and demonstrate that I am, indeed, getting good utility out of them.

  7. Robert, you have a completely different style of reviewing Web2.0 from anyone else in the industry. You just say: I love it, ’cause it’s cool :) And some personal story attached. You could give a bit more of details, as it’s sometimes quite impossible to tell what the service actually does. Great review of Tesla in this style on the other post, btw. I have to get one in the future (just have to save 79900 USD more than I currently have:).

  8. Robert, you have a completely different style of reviewing Web2.0 from anyone else in the industry. You just say: I love it, ’cause it’s cool :) And some personal story attached. You could give a bit more of details, as it’s sometimes quite impossible to tell what the service actually does. Great review of Tesla in this style on the other post, btw. I have to get one in the future (just have to save 79900 USD more than I currently have:).

  9. As someone who uses Microsoft Exchange I’ve never quite been able to figure out what Plaxo would do for me (ignoring all the stuff it does that isn’t related to calendar/contacts/etc). I haven’t looked at it that closely though, are there some features I’m missing?

  10. As someone who uses Microsoft Exchange I’ve never quite been able to figure out what Plaxo would do for me (ignoring all the stuff it does that isn’t related to calendar/contacts/etc). I haven’t looked at it that closely though, are there some features I’m missing?

  11. how does dopplr relate to tripit? i’ve just started using tripit to help w/ planning and organizing. i just forward all my confirms to the email address and it builds out a schedule and i can add directions as well

  12. how does dopplr relate to tripit? i’ve just started using tripit to help w/ planning and organizing. i just forward all my confirms to the email address and it builds out a schedule and i can add directions as well

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