13 Ways to Use ^IfMine in 2013

It’s the last day of 2012 and time to prep for a new year. ^IfMine can help you reach success, network with others and organize your life.

Prediction: By this time next year, at the end of 2013, ^IfMine will be a household name. If you’re reading this today, you’re an early adopter and can be part of our initial group of users. In a year, you can tell your friends and family you were one of the first people to use ^IfMine.

And what can you do on the site? I knew you’d ask and compiled 13 ways to use ^IfMine in 2013.

^IfMine 13 ways to Use IfMine.com word cloud

  1. Social Network: What’s on your mind? When compared to other social networks, you have the ability to say more on ^IfMine. Talk about the things that interest you, reply to comments and even Evolve your thoughts and ideas.
  2. Healthy Living: Start the year off right by compiling exercise and meal plans. Share recipes and create new ones with others. Document your life and keep track of your New Year’s resolutions.
  3. Education: If you’re an educator, create and share lesson plans or use ^IfMine for student projects. Or if you’re a student, organize your homework and seek guidance with your school work.
  4. Arts & Crafts: Put your artwork on display. Share your creative knowledge and write project tutorials.
  5. Photography: ^IfMine is your digital scrapbook. Upload photos of your projects, your family or whatever you desire.
  6. Writing: Start a book. Organize your thoughts and plans. Let others critique and edit your writing.
  7. Lists: Shopping lists, reading lists, to do lists… You get the point – make lists.
  8. Events: Are you planning an anniversary or birthday party? Do it on ^IfMine. How about a wedding? Collaborate with organizers or do it yourself.
  9. Travel: Where to go? What to see? Put your ideas down in a project, Evolve it when plans change and after you’ve reached your destination.
  10. Journal: For your eyes only – let ^IfMine be your personal diary. Write down your daily thoughts and happenings. If you’re an open-book, make it public and share your journal with the world.
  11. Volunteer Efforts: Coordinating fundraisers and events can be easier with a one-stop tool for everyone involved. Share the things you’re doing and find other people to help.
  12. Business: Use ^IfMine to document your work, collaborate on team projects or if you have the entrepreneurial spirit – start a new business.
  13. Job-Hunting: Looking for employment? Not only can you share a resume on ^IfMine, you can use it to showcase your portfolio. Let employers see what you can do, rather than just tell them.

Your projects can be public, completely private or restricted to the people you choose as Collaborators and Mentors.

Are you ready to start 2013 and make it an incredible year? Do it with ^IfMine. Click here and sign up now. It’s free and a new way to watch your life Evolve and succeed. See how other people are using ^IfMine: Explore.

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Meet The Team: Joel

JOEL: ^IfMine Profile

Title: Founder and CEO

Website: ^IfMine

Bio: I come from a large family of brothers and sisters who grew up around the University of Toledo. I went to St. Francis de Sales High School, studied pre-med at Saint Meinrad Seminary and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Chemistry from UT. I went to the Ross University School of Medicine in the West Indies and later, had a residency out of the Detroit Medical Center. After practicing as a family physician for about 15 years, I retired to form ^IfMine, a subsidiary to National Resources Management Systems.

^IfMine Project Highlight: Doc Notes

When did you get your first computer? My first computer was after doing residency at the age of 38. However, my early computer use came in my mid-thirties during medical school where I simply looked up lab data for the hospitalized patient. After medical school came residency at the Detroit Medical Center, where I used computers for patient lab results and dictation summaries for the discharge of patients.

Describe your early experiences with the Internet: During my free time in residency, I aggressively did my own investigative research entering searches to topics with the service of over 5000 journals on an expressive program of MEDLINE. After residency, I was in private practice and used my personal computer for writing scripts as full length motion pictures and simple email correspondence.

What do you do when you’re not using tech? Most of my free time is spent having family fun with my autistic boy and four Italian Greyhounds or making my yard into a interesting natural park.

Also meet: Our Team, Danielle, Anthony & Navarr

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Meet The Team: Navarr

NAVARR: ^IfMine Profile

Title: Developer

Website: Navarr.me

Social: TwitterGoogle+

Bio: I’m a 21 year old student developer at Bowling Green State University. I started learning HTML and JavaScript ten years ago (while the Web was still young). With the support of Dr. Chao, I’ve become a proficient application developer for both Android and the Web.

^IfMine Project Highlight: Politish.org – An open political platform that allows anyone to run and promotes interaction with constituents and specifying solid reasoning for political positions.

When did you get your first computer? When I was in grade school, I spent a lot of time with my grandparents. As far back as I can remember, they had at least two computers: one running Windows 3.5 and another running Windows 95 (and then later Windows 98). So I was familiar and comfortable with computers early on in my life. As for when I got my first personal computer – I was in high school. I had essentially begged my mother for a laptop for Christmas and she got me a Dell Inspiron E1705 running Windows Vista (it’s arrival was hilariously on Valentine’s Day), a computer I continued to use up until December of 2011.

Describe your early experiences with the Internet: As I was a child at the time, my first experiences with the Internet were email and Neopets. My grandfather had Juno dial-up at first, so I spent little to no time on the Internet.

What do you do when you’re not using tech? This is a difficult question – I’m almost always using Tech! Those few times I’m not though, it’s because I’m actively participating in our school’s Japanese program, such as last year’s Ohanami Celebration, or BGSU’s Taiko Ensemble.

Also Meet: Our Team, Danielle & Anthony.

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