Quick Tips And Tricks

admin on October 5th, 2005

By Bob Walsh In my seemingly never-ending search for ways of Getting (more) Things Done, I’ve hit upon a pretty good method I call Butterfly Stroke Productivity. Now I will be the first to admit my swimming techniques look more like drowning than the Thorpedeo, but Butterfly Stroke Productivity (BSP) works and has been keeping […]

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Britt Parrott on October 3rd, 2005

By Britt Parrott Having spent a good part of my life living with people who tend to misplace things, I’ve noticed a general tendency whenever such an event occurs. Panic immediately set in. A person who has misplaced something panics in accordance with the importance of the item misplaced. Here’s an example based in part […]

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admin on September 22nd, 2005

By John Zeratsky Modern technology is often blamed for adding complexity to our lives. I frequently hear references to “a simpler time” before we had computers, PDAs, cell phones and home theaters. Well, that’s a bunch of crap!

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admin on September 20th, 2005

By Keith I’m a firm believer that work should be fun. Hopefully lots of it. However, we all know there are way to many tasks, even in a fun job, that simply are no fun to do. Anything you have to do routinely, for example, can be a drag. Checking and responding to e-mail, answering […]

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admin on September 19th, 2005

By Bob Walsh If you’re not already using Google’s new Desktop Search (Beta 2) released a couple of weeks ago as part of your Getting Things Done process, you are missing out on a seriously useful tool that costs nothing. With this latest version of Google Desktop (GD): * Most of the pain of using […]

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admin on September 14th, 2005

By Britt Parrott It’s all too easy to let your newsreader quickly fill with feeds from sites you find interesting, only to realize weeks later than you don’t have the time nor the interest to scan half of them. It only takes a couple days of being offline for thousands of unread posts to tell […]

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admin on September 12th, 2005

By Patrick Rhone We tech nerds like to think we are prepared for every possible contingency that could come up during the course of our day. One only has to look at the “What’s in you bag?” stream at Flickr to know I am not alone in this statement. Need a box opened or a […]

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