I haven't had so much time lately to blog, as this project I'm working on has been quite grueling.
I find my best time for thinking up excellent blog entries is late at night when I'm lying in bed. That is, of course, if I'm even awake after the kids have finally fallen asleep.
Now I'm trying to maximize my time on the drive to work. Today, especially, my ideas are fresh from a restless night last night.
I am calling this blog entry in on my cellphone as I drive. When I arrive at work, it will be in my inbox. I'll simply have to cut and paste it into my blog tool, reformat it, and do some heavy editing. And then, presto magic, I have a new blog post.
It's taken a little getting used to.
Things I'm learning:
- I have to talk much more slowly. Otherwise Jott doesn't get what I'm saying.
- Jargon can be hard for Jott to translate. But it does a pretty good job and inserts [...] when it's not sure just what you mumbled.
- You can only jott in 30 second chunks. I have way more to say than that. The answer is to immediately jott yourself again (and you don't have to redial the number, the lovely Jott Attendant asks you who you want to Jott when a previous jott is finished).
I arrived at work this morning to find 9 Jotts in my inbox -- fodder for a few blog posts at least.
(There's much more that you can do with Jott -- send Jotts to friends, send yourself reminders or txt msgs, create to do lists. I'm just scratching the surface here.)