Code and Catholicism: Beeminding Praying and Integrating Beeminder on iOS

Wednesday, December 10, 2014
By Pedro Paulo Oliveira Jr.
Assumption of Mary; Asunción de la Virgen (c 1670), Juan Martín Cabezalero, Museo del Prado

Last week Leah Libresco blogged about beeminding rituals. This week we’re continuing the Catholic theme with a guest post by veritable Renaissance man, Pedro Paulo Oliveira Jr. ... »

Beeminding Rituals

Thursday, December 4, 2014
By Leah Libresco
Some kind of bee goddess in a flower

There’s something a little weird for me, intuitively, about beeminding parts of my spiritual life. After all, in Romans 12:19, it is written “Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.” So, if I turn to Beeminder to... »

1000 Days of Fruits and Vegetables

Friday, November 28, 2014
By alys
A (literal) cornucopia of vegetables

Do you have trouble eating an appropriate amount of vegetables? Do you repeatedly buy them, then watch them wither and decay, feeling guilty about the waste of money and the impact on your health? Do you find healthy eating to be overwhelmingly complicated? I was like that for years. But for exactly one thousand days today, I have... »


Beeminder ♥ Zapier: Hundreds of New Integrations in One

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
By dreeves
Zapier logo surrounded by various other logos

We’re beaming with pride at being the latest official Zapier integration. See also Zapier’s announcement. This is arguably our biggest announcement since the Beeminder API two years ago. In case you don’t already know about Zapier, it’s a more... »

Beeminder Turns Three!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014
By bsoule
Three kinds of bees, beecause we're three!

Yo Yo Yo and a buckle of gold, Beeminder just turned three years old! This time last year we were sitting in a hotel in San Francisco... »

New Feature and Veritable Paradigm Shift: Arbitrary Deadlines

Monday, October 27, 2014
By dreeves
A series of alarm clocks

A simple-seeming feature is now live: You can set custom deadlines on goals! Until now, you’ve had till midnight every day to make sure you’re safely on Beeminder’s yellow brick road. (Or for non- »