Got Staff? Get Onyaka!

Via Lifehacker, Onyaka is a free, web-based, staff planning and organizational tool. The app offers planning and calendaring functions for a group of colleagues working on a project. Lifehacker advises the app is simple to use (I personally haven’t tested it, as I haven’t assembled my staff yet).  Based on the screen shots, Onyaka seems a viable tool for managing a group at a perfect price point!

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The Internal Revenue Code – In a 4.5 x 2.4 x. .48 " Package

That’s right. You can yell, “Honey, I Shrunk the IRC!” when you purchase it through the Apple App Store for storage and reference on your iPhone. iPhone JD talks about two IRC apps here. The blog features one by LawToGo.net for $13.99, although for $1 more, you can purchase one from Cliff Maier. I won’t review, as I haven’t used either, but I have to applaud the massive reduction in size  of the IRC for on-the-fly reference, if not a consequent reduction in my annual tax bill.

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The Internal Revenue Code – In a 4.5 x 2.4 x. .48 ” Package

That’s right. You can yell, “Honey, I Shrunk the IRC!” when you purchase it through the Apple App Store for storage and reference on your iPhone. iPhone JD talks about two IRC apps here. The blog features one by LawToGo.net for $13.99, although for $1 more, you can purchase one from Cliff Maier. I won’t review, as I haven’t used either, but I have to applaud the massive reduction in size  of the IRC for on-the-fly reference, if not a consequent reduction in my annual tax bill.

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