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Free Printable Graph Paper Template - Recipe Card - For Sale Sign - No Smoking Free Printable Graph Paper Template - Recipe Card - For Sale Sign - No Smoking All your paper needs can now be taken care of from your home computer and printer. No more going to the store to buy a 10 pack of signs when all you need is one! Maybe right now would be the ideal time for a single piece of graph paper, so print one out! Remember when you bought a thousand sheets of blank paper? Why can't they also be a sign, recipe card, shopping lists or even used to direct traffic to your next garage sale? Turn the paper you already have, that you already bought, and make it want you want, when you want it.
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Putting it simply, time boxing is the most effective time management tool that I know of. Even if you already know and use it to some extent, there is a good chance that you can make it even better with some of the tips that follow. For those new to it, time boxing is simply fixing a time period to work on a task or group of tasks. Instead of working on a task until it’s done, you commit to work on it for a specific amount of time instead. 15 Time Boxing Strategies to Get Things Done 15 Time Boxing Strategies to Get Things Done

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Top 10 Creative Ways to Store Your Stuff letters to the future Amanda Car Dear FutureMe, Our daughter Amanda, today March 30 2006 has told us, after asking what kind of car she wanted for her 16th birthday that "I DO... sent 8 years into the future, to Today A LETTER FROM THE PAST Dear FutureMe, Hey, how are you? I wonder if you're married and have kids, or married at least. I hope you're stilly insane, independent, and f... sent 10 years into the future, to March 20th, 2014 letters to the future
TiddlyVault - An index of TiddlyWiki extensions from TiddlyVault - An index of TiddlyWiki extensions from (filler)TiddlyVault is a comprehensive collection of plugins, macros, and other extensions available to enhance your TiddlyWiki experience. It is a sequel of sorts to my tutorial Tiddlywiki for the rest of us and also to TiddlyWiki in Action, my showcase of others' TiddlyWikis from around the world. There are over 400 plugins, macros and themes listed. An official repository for plugins (and I assume macro and other extensions) is being developed and when that is ready I will include here a link to the repository for you. So feel free to bookmark this page as your source for TiddlyWiki extensions. And bookmark the pages of the extensions you use most.
Reasoning Well: - skills for philosophy <<newTiddler>>\n<<saveChanges>><<upload index.html . . reasoningwell>>\n<<option chkGenerateAnRssFeed>> GenerateAnRssFeed\n<<option chkOpenInNewWindow>> OpenLinksInNewWindow\n<<option chkSaveEmptyTemplate>> SaveEmptyTemplate\n<<option chkToggleLinks>> Clicking on links to tiddlers that are already open causes them to close\n^^(override with Control or other modifier key)^^\n<<option chkHttpReadOnly>> HideEditingFeatures when viewed over HTTP\n<<option chkForceMinorUpdate>> Treat edits as MinorChanges by preserving date and time\n^^(override with Shift key when clicking 'done' or by pressing Ctrl-Shift-Enter^^\n<<option chkConfirmDelete>> ConfirmBeforeDeleting\nMaximum number of lines in a tiddler edit box: <<option txtMaxEditRows>>\nFolder name for backup files: <<option txtBackupFolder>>\n<<option chkInsertTabs>> Use tab key to insert tab characters instead of jumping to next field config.options.chkHttpReadOnly = false;\n Reasoning Well: - skills for philosophy
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There are several methods for upgrading an existing TiddlyWiki version 5 document to a new release. There is a different procedure for upgrading TiddlyWiki on Node.js. Regardless of which method you use it is very important to exercise caution when upgrading existing wikis. In particular, make sure that you keep careful backups of your content – in some situations problems with the upgrade may not be immediately apparent. TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook
Introducing Instapaper 4.0 for iPad and iPhone The lede here is that my pal, Marco, has just released the stellar new 4.0 version of his Instapaper suite. This is fantastic news, and–as if you needed one more of Marco’s beta testers to say so–I do sincerely hope you’ll mark the occasion (and support his hard work) by purchasing the Instapaper iOS app(s). I promise you’ll be treating yourself to a massive update to an already excellent product. Now, it’s fortunate and appropriate that you’ll be hearing this advice at length from a lot of people this week. 43 Folders | Time, Attention, and Creative Work 43 Folders | Time, Attention, and Creative Work
Procrastination hack: '(10+2)*5' Procrastination hack: '(10+2)*5' Following on the idea of the procrastination dash and Jeff’s progressive dash, I’ve been experimenting with a squirelly new system to pound through my procrastinated to-do list. Brace yourself, because it is a bit more byzantine than is Merlin 2005’s newly stripped-down habit. It’s called (10+2)*5, and today it will save your ass. Who it’s for procrastinatorsthe easily distractedcompulsive web-surferspeople with a long list of very short tasks (a/k/a “mosquitos”) people having trouble chipping away at very large tasks
Getting Things Done: Revisited Getting Things Done: Revisited Dwayne Melancon over at Genuine Curiosity has a post today about his “love it and hate it” attitude to David Allen’s Getting Things Done time management system.He writes… As a long-time Getting Things Done (GTD) follower, I love it and I hate it. I love it because it’s simple, powerful, and flexible. I hate it because it’s too flexible. I’ve had a hard time getting a specific workflow down and sticking to it. GTD doesn’t have rigid “props” for me to use as mental queues like many other systems (with the Franklin-Covey systems, you can “ground yourself” to the daily task list – with GTD, there are a number of lists).
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This article was originally posted during the first week of 43 Folders' existence, and, pound for pound, it remains one of the most popular page on the site. Please be sure to also visit related pages, browse our Hipster PDA topic area, plus, of course you can search on the Hipster PDA across our family of sites. Recently, I got sick of lugging my Palm V around, so I developed a vastly superior, greatly simplified device for capturing and sharing information. I call it “The Hipster PDA.” Introducing the Hipster PDA Introducing the Hipster PDA
Since my last post about the power of 48 minutes, I’ve been testing different combinations of focused work time. I’ve tried 40, 45, 48, and 50 minute intervals and they all work well for long projects. The main consideration is having a good work area, some kind of timer, and a beverage warmer for coffee or tea. The ability to focus for a straight period of time is dependent on keeping the distractions to a minimum. The Focused 50
Timeboxing Timeboxing is a simple time management technique I use often. I first learned about it in software development terms. Let’s say you have a fixed deadline for a new product you need to release, such as an annual upgrade to software for calculating income taxes. You must have a new version ready by a certain date.
Time Boxing is an Effective Getting Things Done Strategy Given a task, there are essentially two ways we can approach it. Either, we can work as hard as we can until it is “done” or we can fix the amount of time we have available and do the “best” we can. The latter approach is known as “Time boxing“. Time boxing is a very simple technique we often use in software development. It is an effective technique for tracking progress and simply getting things done.
Creative Problem Solving with SCAMPER S CAMPER is a technique you can use to spark your creativity and help you overcome any challenge you may be facing. In essence, SCAMPER is a general-purpose checklist with idea-spurring questions — which is both easy to use and surprisingly powerful. It was created by Bob Eberle in the early 70s, and it definitely stood the test of time. In this posting, I present a complete SCAMPER primer, along with two free creativity-boosting resources: a downloadable reference mind map and an online tool that generates random questions to get you out of a rut whenever you need.
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