Beeminder ♥ Todoist

Friday, January 6, 2017
By Lillian Karabaic
Beeminder and Todoist

Picking the right way to organize your to-do’s is a big decision. Paper & pencil, smartphone app, calendar, blank playing cards, or the old “in your head” method. A lot of folks use Todoist. While Todoist is fantastic for keeping track... »

Beemind Easy Things

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
By Chelsea Miller
Person about to make a very easy soccer goal

It’s almost New Year’s Day! Since I am both an eternal optimist and obsessed with productivity tips / planner Instagram / life improvement stories, this is my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE holiday of the year. For the last week or so, I’ve spent a decent amount of time... »

The Shirk & Turk Principle

Tuesday, December 6, 2016
By dreeves
Sketch of the original Mechanical Turk

The tagline for Amazon Mechanical Turk is “Artificial Artificial Intelligence”. As in, faking your AI by using humans. Mechanical Turk is named after the contraption in the title image, which was a seeming chess-playing automaton from the late 1700s that was secretly operated by a small human hidden inside. But this post isn’t about Amazon’s nifty service or... »


Fifth Anniversary of Beeminder

Friday, November 18, 2016
By bsoule
A five dollar bill with bees on it

It’s hard to believe it’s been 5 whole years since we were slamming red bull on dirty couches in a college-town garage, with our friends Sergei and Mark, moving fast and breaking things on our scrappy little startup, dreaming big... »

Beehind the Scenes of the Beeminder Redesign

Wednesday, November 9, 2016
By Josh Pitzalis
One of the screenshots from the original design

It’s been a few weeks since we launched the Big Beeminder Redesign of 2016. For those of you who are web design nerds or just can’t get... »

New Official URLminder Integration

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
By bsoule
Oscar Wilde looking bored

Today marks the beginning of the 17th annual NaNoWriMo. For the uninitiated that’s NAtional NOvel WRIting MOnth. For 17 years folks have been joining together on the internet over the month of November to pen their own 50,000 word novels. This year... »