I am being helped by a number of apps and websites these days. Here are a few that are relatively new to me that I am finding most helpful.
Pastor Jeff Brewer turned a bunch of us onto the Tempo calendar app that sync with iCal. What makes it so helpful is that it syncs with your contacts, and pulls all the relevant information into each appointment. For example, my meeting with John Smith at Arcedium Coffee in St. Charles will automatically pull in John's contact info, the addy to the coffee house, and any relevant emails between John and I. If I am running late (which doesn't happen) I can, with the click of a button, let everyone included in that meeting know I am running however minutes late. (iPhone only)
Yeah, Google Reader is shutting down in July, but I began using Feedly on my iPad a couple months ago. I did so because I prefer its layout and functionality, but it only pulled the data from your Google Reader account. Now Feedly is set up to continue working even after Google kills its reader. If you are a Google Reader user, sign up now for Feedly and you should experience a seamless transition come July.
Pocket is what I have been using to hold on to blog posts and articles that I want to read later. I use it mostly for stuff that is too long for me to work through at the moment. It syncs up with my Macbook Pro, iPhone, and iPad so I can get at that content wherever I am.
I was on Wordpress for around 8 years. I really like Wordpress, but after seeing Squarespace in action for our church website and some of my friend's blogs I made the switch. It is affordable, easy to customize, user friendly, and looks great.
The Yahoo Weather App is the most beautiful weather app I have found. It uses excellent photography from Flickr, the layout is simple, easy to read, and looks great. Just a couple screen grabs below of the app. There's more to see, so go get it. (iPhone only)