The MicroISV Digest for the week ending September 28st, 2009.
(If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.)

News and Announcements

  • Edwin Yip, WritingOutliner.com, has released a new Microsoft Word add-in: Writing Outliner. This add-in supports writers working on book-length projects in a variety of ways: multiple document projects, mind map-style brainstorming and research material management. Where was this when I needed it?! 🙂 (via email)
  • Steven Cholerton, ArtenScience, is looking for feedback on his new CRM application that he releasing soon. (via email)
  • Jay Cincotta, Gibraltar Software, has integrated with PostSharp to enable post-compile instrumentation injection – logging and application monitoring without having to write any extra code. (via email)
  • Bob Walsh, 47Hats, has launched StartupToDo.com (a training/productivity community for startups and microISVs). StartupToDo.com is all about helping you succeed faster by providing specific and detailed Guides that save you time and frustration, Site Reviews that make the process easy and valuable to both reviewers and review requesters, and connecting you with other startups and microISV who share your values and interests.
  • Ian Hunter has released his new Windows photo cropping and printing application, PicCrop, and is looking for feedback (via BOS)
  • Liam McLennan, Eclipse Web Solutions, is looking for feedback on his new web app, TheFastWay.net. (via BOS)
  • No show this week, as we mentioned in last week’s show #39 of the Startup Success Podcast. We will be posting a mercifully short interview with me re StartupToDo.com. Regular shows commence again next Monday.

Relevant Blog Posts, Podcasts, Videos and Articles

  • nothing worth noting.

Finally!..

  • Thanks to the over 100 people who helped me better execute the 1.0 version of StartupToDo.com!

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