maker-diary

Timelog was feature-complete in May

In May I finished on all the features I wanted to add to Timelog for now. I think maybe collaboration is the next big new feature, but I will not cover it over the next year(s). I am rather... read on

Ralley to September

Over the last five months I've been working (beside my day-job) more and more on this years KUNST/MITTE. While the event is in early September, I aimed to go on vacation in early August. So I had to get... read on

Trying to sell photos professionally

In previous posts I've been introducing you to my two side-projects KUNST/MITTE and Timelog. Today it's time for the last one. An entirely different one again: Photography. I've been to university to study photography and was not really able... read on

We love the missing features of Timelog

Over the last few weeks I have e-mailed with a few people who wanted to go to pro on Timelog (and had questions) and it struck me, that I forgot about, why people love Timelog. On a couple occaisions I... read on

Introducing you to Timelog

Timelog is a dead simple time tracking app, that lives in your browser. I started it with Tim Herbig, a friend of mine, in 2013. What's so good about it? It will not make you think. When you hit the... read on