Welcome to Amorphous Projects.
This company was created to deliver productive, intuitive, outstanding web applications.
The founder of Amorphous Projects is Simon Le Pine. Simon has been an insurance broker and underwriter for the past 10+ years. He holds the CRM (Canadian Risk Manager) designation and is in the process of enrolling in an MBA program. Additionally Simon has taken courses in computer science and information security. In the past Simon has developed web applications for internal insurance company use that streamline workflow and reduce duplicate data entry saving significant time & money.
The first of 3+ risk management web applications. For now, this application allows users to create a risk register for a given company or project. The user can forecast frequency, severity, time cost, and financial cost each risk. With that information the application provides a dashboard that outlines the overall risk the organization or project faces and highlights the highest risk exposures a risk manager should focus on.
In the future users will be able to create exposure mitigation techniques and assign them to specific risk exposures. The application will then provide a dashboard highlighting which risk mitigation techniques are the most cost effective and have the widest impact in terms of number, frequency, and severity of risks.
As you can imagine, I'm extremely busy so I'm always worried about missing meetings or losing track of what's going on. Specifically, one day my fiance missed a meeting because she didn't realize she needed to leave the house early. I created Spoken Calendar to address this problem.
Long story short, give Spoken Calendar access to your Google Calendar iCal feed and it'll either read or download your calendar for the day in audio format. As a result, I setup a scheduled job on my phone that downloads my calendar every morning. I then hit play when I get in the car and I get my daily schedule read to me while I drive to the office.
I use temporary task lists a lot. For example, when I'm going grocery shopping I write down a shopping list; once I'm done shopping I throw it out. When writing code I'll make a list of bugs/features to address and once the code is written I'm done with the list. Similarly, when I'm cleaning the house/office I make a list of things to clean then throw the list out when done. These are temporary task lists and, other than Now Do This, I haven't found anything that does the job well. I felt I could improve on Now Do This by making it work offline (pure HTML/JS) and accepting task lists via the URL so task lists could be save/shared. So, one day I hacked together this Temporary Tasks web app.