Love makes you better
My love asked today what was that 21-day-blog-challenge I had mentioned the day before, and why I am so eager to get my iPad out and write every evening. I explained briefly that, yeah, I have a blog, and I sort of committed to write here for 21 consecutive days; and that I wanted my writing to get better before I invited her here. I realize now that it is better the other way ‘round. I...
Work is not the only thing that needs to be broken down into projects, and then actions organized by context. There are also such things to consider as recreation, fun, being with the ones you love. These things need as much attention, if not more (probably more), than work. It is only natural that our GTD systems correctly represent this idea. Or is it? I find my OmniFocus overwhelmed...
21 post – a challenge
Building a habit is a hard thing. I want to write more, but seem unable to find time for it. I own lots of writing apps, but I barely use them. Know what my problem is? I want, but I don’t do. Enough! Challenge: one post (minimum 300 characters) every day for 21 days. Prize: this site gets moved to Squarespace. Go!
Design case study: iPad to Windows 8 Metro style... →
writing about writing almost doesn’t count as writing– Bad Movie, Good Lesson – Andy Ihnatko’s Celestial Waste of Bandwidth (BETA)
Resources | Using OmniFocus →
A growing list of sites helpful in using OmniFocus. Lots of good ones
I Quit Path →
I am not sure I can agree with the logic.
The Ultimate Steve Jobs Video Collection →
Master and Commander →
Everyone has a system for getting things done, and each is like a fingerprint, unique and personal. Nicely said.
Get work done with anyone (by Do) I think this is the first time I’ve seen acknowledgment of the task as part of a collaborative ToDo app.
Screenshots of Despair →
/via RT by @marcoarment
BRYCE DOT VC →
On indie businesses and playing by your own terms
David Cleland on Northern Ireland’s first 1:1 iPad... →
I am so impressed with the changes that iPad brings into the education system.
Panic Blog » About Gatekeeper →
Doing What You (Don’t) Love →
when you do what you love, it can often lead to being all that you do So true
Don’t let your desire to Get Shit Done™ get in the way of you getting shit done.– How I Use OmniFocus to Organize My Life
∞ An iPad Bar →
Wish there was a one like that nearby
Daring Fireball: iPad (3) →
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