Actions I might find in an ideal micropost reading tool: skip: some things should just be removed from my stream. there are valid reasons not to unfollow someone despite not wanting to read their content. I should also be able to silence things based on content. sift: my massive feed should have a way for me [...]
Tag Archives: productivity
Alternative to pomodoro: put work and break on each half hour time interval’s todo list, and don’t let a break overlap two time intervals.
I’m a believer in the concept of necessary steps. I can’t waste less time online unless I show some restraint. I can’t have more privacy online if I don’t self-filter. Tools can help. Things that break up the habit can help. But in order for them to work, I have to make a good, old-fashioned [...]
This isn’t my only goal for 2012, but it’s the only goal from my only set of goals for 2012 which contains only one goal. My goal is to, each night before I go to bed, prepare for the next morning. This means having a default choice of what to wear, knowing what I need [...]
From time to time I’ve been recording voice memos. I find them to be valuable both when I record them, because I explore thoughts in a different way, and later, when I listen to them. It’s a convenient sort of diary for me. Here’s a snippet from a voice memo I recorded while I was [...]