Inspired by Paul Stamatiou‘s post about the stuff that he uses on a daily basis I thought I would do the same. Not only to let people get an idea of what I use on a daily basis, but also so I can keep track of hardware/software that I have installed.
Google Apps for my Domain – I was using it for all my domains but have since began forwarding all personal domains to my Gmail. I still use it for sd3labs, LLC.
Evernote – I initially wasn’t very sold on this service but then I forced myself to use it. Once I got used to storing notes in there and sharing with others I couldn’t imagine not using it.
Google Docs – Not everyone uses Evernote, so I share quite a few files via Google Docs.
Dropbox - I use this a lot to share files between computers and with clients.
Zendesk – Cloud based helpdesk system, works awesome. They even have a free iOS app which helps when on the go.
Freshbooks – The best and easisiest way to manage invoices for clients.
Droplr – I really only use this for screenshot sharing. I remapped the default OS X screenshot keys to go through here instead. Works great for fast, simple sharing.
Google Chrome – While I have other browsers installed this is what I use as my main browser.
Sparrow/Postbox – I keep bouncing between the two of these. I am really waiting for .Mail to be released as I think this will be the winner.
1Password – I couldn’t imagine daily operations with out 1Password.
Cobook – Really good way to tie your social networks to your Address book, and its Free.
DashExpander – System wide macros, great for replying to emails, and helpdesk tickets.
MacBook Pro 13in
Apple Wireless Keyboard
Apple Magic Mouse
Acer 27in LCD Model S271HL
iPad Mini 16gb Black
LIAN LI PC-V355B Black Aluminum MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case
GIGABYTE GA-Q77M-D2H LGA 1155 Intel Q77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard with UEFI BIOS
Intel Core i7-3770 Quad-Core Processor 3.4 GHz 4 Core LGA 1155 – BX80637I73770
Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (CML16GX3M2A1600C10)
HighPoint RocketRAID 2640×1 PCI-Express x1 Four-Port SATA and SAS RAID Controller Card
3x 2tb Hitachi 64mb Cache drives
1x 256gb Corsair SSD drive
Airport Extreme 4th Generation – This is acting as a switch in my office.
Airport Extreme 5th Generation – Provides the Wifi
Asus RT-N16 w/DD-Wrt – This acts as the core router to my network providing DHCP to the network, as well as a handful of other features.
Foscam FI8910W IP Camera – I have this mounted at my front door to try to catch this crazy neighbor that keeps leaving me notes.
DroboFS – I use the DroboFS as dedicated Timemachine backup device as well as storing photos via Aperture.