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Google Tech Talk: Inbox Zero This is the video for my Inbox Zero talk I presented in July of 2007 at Google. Is Inbox Zero an idea that your company should learn about in person? You can invite me to speak to your organization, live and in-person. Also, here's my slides for the talk, in case you want a copy to pass around. Video for Merlin's "Inbox Zero" talk
SExpand Managing the steady stream of email that gathers in your inbox every day can feel like an impossible task. Not long ago, I kept a lengthening list of folders in my email software to track messages by topic, sender, project, urgency and any other context that seemed relevant that hour. Email: Empty Your Inbox with the Trusted Trio
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Zen Habits | Simple Productivity
When I first introduced the ideas from Do It Tomorrow and Other Secrets of Time Management all tasks that came in today were added to tomorrow’s list which meant I had a plan of action. However when I realised this wasn’t going to work and started developing my own system I realised I missed the daily plan of action which wasn’t provided with a complete task list which just provided a list of all the things I could be working on. I needed something to lead me through the day in a clear, productive and defined way, so I developed a today planner. Morning routine At the top of the page are the tasks I should complete every morning to ensure I am set up for the day. The current initiative is an idea of Mark Forster’s, so I will let him describe it: My organiser - blog to discovery - Revelations along the way to a simpler, happier and more successful life
Autofocus System The Autofocus Time Management System Chinese (Simplified Characters) Version (off-site) Chinese (Traditional Characters) Version (off-site)
My new organizer « Corrie Haffly My history of organizer systems in bulleted list format: Early college years: Cheap DayRunner vinyl organizer with calendar refill and address bookLater college years: Leather DayTimer organizer that weighed about 50 lbs. with binder-ring style calendar, addresses, notepaper, etc., slots for ID and credit cards, zipper pocket, notepad, blah blah blah…Briefly: Hand-me-down Palm Pilot from my sister. Spent hours entering stuff into it, then stopped using it because the batteries got used up so quickly.Full-time employment years: Yellow legal notepad with tiny printed to-do items listed one after another, crossed off as completedInitial self-employed years: Cheap iPads.com calendar notebook with preprinted monthly sheets, weekly spreads, and pages in between each month for tracking expenses (I used it for tracking invoices), notes, etc. Spiral-bound and custom photo and title/text printed on the cover.
Write Damn Now: Handmade moleskine: a GTD notebook for creative writers
Make Your Own Moleskine-Like-Notebook What we'll make: Your very own Moleskine-like-notebook/journal/sketchbook. The one we'll be making is 3.5 x 5.5 x .5 inches. I use this size because it fits nicely into my back or front pants pocket. Strangely enough it is also the same size as the Moleskine notebook. For the pages we'll be using 20# bond paper (the same paper you use in your copier and inkjet printer).
PingMe - What *Should* You Be Doing?
For quite a while now, Tasks Jr has been my task management tool of choice. I switched to it from my own Tinderbox-based system after I decided that having access to my list from any 'net-connected system was important to me. But now I've switched again. Over time, the aesthetics of Tasks Jr's design, its limitations (which are resolved by the more advanced versions, I must admit), and the fact that a recent MySQL/PHP update at my web host caused problems made me think about finding another solution. So I've begun the great migration to Values of n's Sandy. Getting Sandy in my Face
SPDY, Google's technology for speeding up Web browsing, is set to advance a step next month with support for the latest version in widely used Web site software called Nginx. Three companies that like Google's approach -- Automattic, MaxCDN, and CloudFlare -- are funding Nginx developers to update its SPDY support to version 3.1, CNET has learned. Under the deal, SPDY 3.1 should arrive in Nginx 1.5 in January, a source familiar with the partnership said. Cool Web 2.0 apps for everyone - Posts in Productivity and business
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