Christmas Giveaway Day 3: Less Time Spent

The giving continues here — welcome to Day 3 of our Advent contest. Today I’m happy giveaway some memberships to the excellent time tracking and invoicing application, Less Time Spent.

Do you work for clients? If yes, read on for more details about today’s contest.

Update: Thanks once again to everyone who left a comment. It’s clear that less is way more. ANd without further ado, here are today’s winners:

  • Ed Donahue
  • A.Fruit
  • Scott Wasserman
  • Mihla
  • webbografico

Enjoy less, people! For the rest of you, check in again tomorrow morning.

About Less Time Spent

The crew behind Less Time Spent, Less Everything, focus completely on creating tools that get out of the way and let you do your job. Whether it means tracking your time on multiple projects or sending reports and invoices to your clients, this application lets you do what you need to.

Attractive timers and ease of use are the keys to this app.

Attractive timers and ease of use are the keys to this app.

And with as little friction as possible.

How to Enter

Today’s entry is easy. Simply leave a comment and fill the rest of us in on why less is more. The winners will be announced at the end of the day! And a big congratulations to our winners from Day 2 — enjoy Setster guys.

Thanks to everyone for such an enthusiastic response!

And Over at Mac.AppStorm: Radar

Don’t forget to check out what’s going on over at Mac.AppStorm! Today they’re giving away a few copies of Radar.

Radar is a desktop companion to 37signals’ Basecamp web application. Radar enables you to concentrate on your work without needing to login to Basecamp all the time to check for updates. It automatically checks for any changes at a pre-defined interval.

Read more and enter the competition

Come Back for Day 4

It doesn’t stop here. The giving continues each day until our grand finale on the 24th. Tune in each day for the newest prize and keep up to date with our RSS feed or Twitter account.


Responses

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  • Less is more, Less is more,, Cha cha cha Charmin!

  • Less is more, Less is more, cha cha cha, Charmin!

  • To say something that actually should take 100 words in 20 words requires more courage and creativity.
    That said, Less has always been More for me, the same way micro-blogging has been winning over conventional blogging!

  • When I think of the rubbish I produce I think that less rubbish is a more enjoyable planet..

  • Displayed well by Apple Inc, less of the useless makes the useful look better :)

  • Because more is a bore!

  • less is more. i just tried explaining that to my 3 year old!

  • Less is more because you can be relaxed and get more done. If you have to do more, than you’ll be rushed and get less done or do a sloppy job.

  • Less is more

  • Less is more

  • Less is more

  • Less is more

  • Less is more

  • and another less is more 😛

  • Less is more? Of course! Heave you seen google.com? Then I go to yahoo.com and become saturated!

  • Less is more, yes. But I guess it depends 😀

  • more

  • Less is always more, always

  • I’ve worked with Less Accounting – loved their company concept and it was easy enough so I’m pretty sure this app continues in the same vein. Not only that, I thought it was always cool that Steve and I had the same last name (until I got married) :-)

  • Less is absolutely always more

  • Focusing on what really matter sounds pretty good to me :)

  • Less is more. and I won’t say anymore :)

  • if (accounting < time) {
    moreTimeToBill = true;
    } else {
    moreTimeToBill = false;
    }

  • Less is more. Simple beats cluttered. WebAppStorm against MSN for simplicity? WebAppstorm all the way. Why give more when you can get less yet obtain more?

  • Less is more because it’s louder. Rule of the Swiss!

  • Less is more

  • Less is more

  • Less is more.
    A small check can be better than a big present. :p

  • Shakespeare said it with less: “Brevity is the soul of all wit.”

  • I agree less is more especially if your into minimalism.

  • Good Giveaway

  • Less is more

  • Less is more

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  • Less is more when except when it comes to love and money.

  • Less is More bc less time means more free time. hey, NCB is cheating here, she left same comment over and over, i just hope she only get one entry to the drawing.

  • more quality than quantity

  • Me FTW

  • Less is more because simplicity helps the workflow. Usually something that is less can get the job done without all the excess that nobody uses.

    This service a great example of that!

  • A small pebble has more impact on a still lake, then a boulder does on a turbulent one.

    Clutter is the turbulence. The stones, our actions.

  • Less is more quality!

  • Less is more because the less of something there is to do, the easier it is!

  • Less is more. Simple is better

  • Less is more because you can dedicate less time to control what you’re doing, so you can perform more and more tasks….

  • less is more, because if you have less you will think it is more.

  • Most of the time, it is the little things that make a big impression or big difference in our lives.

  • The less time I spend doing the things I HAVE to do, the more time I have to do the things I WANT to do.

  • Less polution == more lifespan :)

  • Less is more because in writing it is a stronger clear piece of work

  • less is so much more than more is less!

  • I want more money but I want less work… So less is more… Only if you work smart

  • Less is more because there’s so much more to life, no point in wasting time.

  • If I’m the winner… i’ll be able to tell you wont i :)

  • the cleaner (read less cluttered) your software interface the more your users will benefit

  • …If I had more time, I would have written a shorter letter —Cicero
    The definitive statement on why less is more ( thanks to Darren Hoyt for the quote!)

  • …because more is often too much.

  • Too much crowded stuff makes the viewer confused and misinterpret the priority of each element. The less crowded a thing is, the more it strong message can be conveyed 😉

  • Isn’t that always the case, a nice clean design…much like the term less is more!