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25 To Do Lists to Stay Productive

25 To Do Lists to Stay Productive
I come across many services a day while researching for Solution Watch, and as many of you know, I take a lot of notes to organize my thoughts about them. Until recently, the only method that I used to keep organized with the services I wanted to write about was by reviewing my notes and email, then selecting one from the list. Now, I’ve learned to review all my notes at the end of the day and add each service that I would like to review to an organized to do list. The problem I was having was that I would write all these notes, but I wouldn’t always get to writing about the services I wanted because sometimes I simply forgot (A Not-To-Do List) or the service got carried to the bottom of my notes archive. I then started to use a to do list and now I am much more organized and every day open my to do list and get a clear overview of what’s on my plate to review. There are a few things I look for when working with an online to do list. Top 5 To Do Lists: (No Specific Order) To Do Lists Related:  S'organiser et gérer son temps

Makagiga - To-do manager, notepad, RSS reader... Getting started with "Getting Things Done" This article was originally posted during the first week of 43 Folders' existence, and, pound for pound, it remains our most popular page on the site. Please be sure to also visit related pages, browse our GTD topic area, plus, of course you can search on GTD across our family of sites. I’ll be talking a lot here in coming weeks about Getting Things Done, a book by David Allen whose apt subtitle is “The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.” Like I did the other day with Quicksilver, I wanted to provide a gentle, geek-centric introduction to Getting Things Done, so that you can think about whether it might be right for you. The Problem with “stuff” Getting Things Done succeeds because it first addresses a critical barrier to completing the atomic tasks that we want to accomplish in a given day. Stuff is bouncing around in our heads and causing untold stress and anxiety. So how does GTD work? This is a really summarized version, but here it is, PowerPoint-style: GTD is geek-friendly So what next?

Fifty Ways to Take Notes I am constantly writing notes. Whether it be for my blog, work, meeting, new ideas, or just basic notes, I am always jotting something down. So I started thinking about all the services I’ve used for taking notes and thought it would be a good idea to share them with you and while I’m at it, to make a list of any others that I find. Now, when it comes to note taking, I personally look for quick and simple. If I have something on my mind, I don’t want to go through some advanced system and climb a mountain just to save a note for myself. Quick Public Pages Using a quick public page service, as I call it, is my favorite method of saving notes on the go. ShortText – Fill in your text, click save, and you’ve got yourself a permanent url to a text note. Basic Note Taking Quick public pages aren’t really made for note-taking, although they work really well for it. Development I’m a programmer and when I’ve got an idea on my mind for a script or code snippet, I want to get it down ASAP.

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D*I*Y Planner 3.0 (Classic/A5 Edition) Welcome to D*I*Y Planner 3.0 (Classic/A5 Edition), a set of free do-it-yourself templates, covers, documentation and other gear for creating your own highly customised paper planner system. A year in the making, this new version includes nearly 200 pages of forms covering life management, calendars, project planning, note-taking, health, finance, and even creative uses like writing, storyboards, and web design. With some basic supplies, the handbook, and a little elbow grease, you can create an ideal low-cost productivity system that meets almost every need. This release is formatted for both Classic (5.5"x8.5", half letter-size) and A5 sizes. Some highlights of version 3.0: Inspired by David Allen's Getting Things Done, but flexible enough to be used for almost any productivity method, including almost any of your own devising. Find this kit useful? Please note that, owing to the vastly increased size of the system, we have split it up into a number of specialised packages.

Getting Things GNOME! Résolution, pixels, points, dpi : un casse-tête insoluble? Ce billet fait suite à une question que je me posais sur la résolution dpi des écrans (notamment la valeur erronée détectée par défaut sous Gnome), qui m’avait amené à effectuer un rapport de bug, tout en pointant du doigt certains problèmes qui surviendraient si Gnome détectait correctement le dpi. Ce bug est maintenant corrigé dans la nougelle version de Gnome, celle embarquée dans la future Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope. C’est l’occasion de faire le point. Définitions Afin de comprendre les problèmes, il est important de définir chacun des concepts (je limite ici leur définition au cas d’une image numérique affichée sur un écran). pixel Le pixel, abrégé px, est une unité de surface permettant de définir la base d’une image numérique. point résolution La résolution permet de donner une taille réelle à un pixel. définition La définition d’une image ou d’un écran est le nombre de pixels qui composent l’image ou que peut afficher un écran. Résolution dpi de l’écran Intérêt du dpi À la main

Como funcionan realmente los proyectos de TI (version 1.5) Como lo explico el cliente Como lo entendió el líder de proyecto Como lo diseño el analista Como lo escribió el programador Lo que recibieron los probadores beta Como lo describió el consultor de negocios Como se documento el proyecto Las operaciones instaladas Lo que se le cobro al cliente El soporte que se le dio Como se comercializo Lo que los clientes realmente necesitaban Getting Things Done (fr) La « productivité sans stress »[modifier | modifier le code] David Allen prend soin d'emblée de préciser que la méthode GTD ne procède pas de la « gestion du temps », mais de la « gestion des actions afin d'obtenir des résultats ». GTD est une démarche d'organisation personnelle applicable par chacun à l'ensemble de ses activités, tant professionnelles que privées. Pratiquer la méthode amène à identifier avec sûreté ses priorités à tout moment, et à mieux se mettre en position d'agir immédiatement sur la priorité choisie. L'auteur montre que pour bien choisir sa priorité et s'y consacrer pleinement, il faut pouvoir s'appuyer en permanence sur un système que l'on sait fiable. Au moment de choisir ce à quoi se consacrer maintenant, ce système doit présenter toutes les actions immédiatement exécutables là où l'on se trouve, qui feront progresser vers un des objectifs attendus, ou réaliser un des engagements établis. Un processus structuré[modifier | modifier le code] Capture (collecte) Revue

Perfect Full Page Background?Image Learn Development at Frontend Masters This post was originally published on August 21, 2009 and is now updated as it has been entirely revised. Both original methods are removed and now replaced by four new methods. The goal here is a background image on a website that covers the entire browser window at all times. Let’s put some specifics on it: Fills entire page with image, no white spaceScales image as neededRetains image proportions (aspect ratio)Image is centered on pageDoes not cause scrollbarsAs cross-browser compatible as possibleIsn’t some fancy shenanigans like Flash Image above credited to this site. Awesome, Easy, Progressive CSS3 Way We can do this purely through CSS thanks to the background-size property now in CSS3. Works in: Safari 3+Chrome Whatever+IE 9+Opera 10+ (Opera 9.5 supported background-size but not the keywords)Firefox 3.6+ (Firefox 4 supports non-vendor prefixed version) View Demo CSS-Only Technique #1 Big thanks, as usual, to Doug Neiner for this alternate version.

Upgrade Your Life: The Lifehacker Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, Better - The Official Web Site Tudu Lists Tudu Lists is an on-line application for managing todo lists. Tudu Lists is a very simple application, which you can start using in seconds - but with some advantages over your home-made Excel todo list: Tudu Lists is web-based, and accessible from anywhere on the planet. Tudu Lists can be shared amongst people: you can share lists with your friends, family or co-workers. Tudu Lists can be accessed with an RSS feed: if one of your shared lists is updated, your RSS aggregator will warn you. Float basics What is a float? When you float an element it becomes a block box. This box can then be shifted to the left or right on the current line. The markup options are "float: left", "float: right" or "float: none". A floated box is laid out according to the normal flow, then taken out of the flow and shifted to the left or right as far as possible. Content can flow down the right side of a left-floated box and down the left side of a right-floated box. You can also put several floats beside each other. Where will a floated element move to? Floated boxes will move to the left or right until their outer edge touches the containing block edge or the outer edge of another float. If there isn't enough horizontal room on the current line for the floated box, it will move downward, line by line, until a line has room for it. Example: "float: left" element shifted down Do floated items need a width? "A floated box must have an explicit width..." If no width is set, the results can be unpredictable.

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