|Mar 30, 2010, 11:53 AM||#1|
Looking for a "corkboard" or "bulletin board" equivalent for my Mac desktop
I am trying to find a mac application that will act like a "bulletin" or "cork" board for my desktop.
A physical cork board in your office allows you to pin up certain ideas, articles, etc. I'm trying to find something like this for my desktop. What I ideally want to do is have something that opens up full screen, and will allow me to track projects that I have in different stages of development. I have a CRM that I use now for the details, I essentially just want to see the project names, organized by where they are in my development cycle.
Early Development = Project A, B, C
Ready for Deplolyment = Project D, E, F
Deployed = Project G, H, I
Etc. And it would easily allow me to drag and drop projects according to where they are in the cycle, for ex, Project A, from Early Development to Ready for Deployment.
I am envision something that looks like iCal, except allows a bigger picture view that just months/weeks/days. It might be an app for the Dashboard, or something else.
I can do this very easily with a physical cork or magnet board, but I'd love an application that could pop up on my giant Mac display with the same info.
Thanks for any help you can provide!!
Blackbook, 2.2 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 160 GB HD ; iPad 2 ; 160 GB Apple TV; 23" Apple Cinema Display
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