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Taskmator 2 with Reminders

May 19, 2015

Taskmator is one the TaskPaper app I used to use, before I moved over to pen and paper. And this is a great update.

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Marco.org

May 11, 2015

Great. I love stuff like this, when developers make something to be there on day one, and then re-designing the whole thing when they get to test it on the real hardware.

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Minimal Mac | The End

May 09, 2015

This is the final post on Minimal Mac. This project contains what I believe in when it comes to a mindful and intentional approach to technology. After nearly 2,500 posts, I have nothing more to add to what has already been said. As I wrote in my book enough, saying no is actually saying yes to other things. It’s time to say “no” to this project so that I can say “yes” to others (or, in some cases, fully commit to agreements already made).

Sad, but not unexpected. Everyone should check out the book.

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The Creative’s Workspace — Shawn Blanc

May 09, 2015

I don’t get the clean desk thing. Mine is always a mess. I have a very long desk, and it is a mess. With an empty hole in the middle — this is where I work.

Mostly writing in my Hobonichi Planner, a Field Notes, a regular notebook or on my MacBook Air.

I don’t need a tidy or well designed desk to work, I just need a flat surface large enough to fix a few books, a notebook and some kind of computer.

Does this mean I never clean my desk? No. I usually do it either once a week or when I’m done with a project.

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iOS 9 Wishes – MacStories

May 09, 2015

A good one. I’m not 100% sure what I want from iOS 9, but I do know I don’t want any new features, I just want tweaks and a better and more stable operating system.

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discoveryd Clusterfuck • furbo.org

May 08, 2015

Yeah, I have had a lot of minor networking issues since Yosemite came out. A proper fix for discoveryd is on the top of my wish list for 10.11.

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The Unclutterer

May 08, 2015

David Caolo:

I’m a confirmed gadget nut, and therefore many of my preferred tools for productivity and organization are electronic, including hardware and software. Yet, I still keep and use a paper notebook almost every day because I love my paper calendar and notebooks. This can be hard to reconcile. I am continually asking myself questions, such as: Why am I writing things down twice? And, um, where did I do that recent brainstorming session, on my notebook or computer?

I use notebooks for many different things these days. My GTD system is in Field Notes, and the notes that have a very limited life span also goes in Field Notes. I write all my notes from lectures, studying and meetings in a larger notebook. And I use a paper journal.

The reason I have moved most of my stuff over to pen and paper is simplicity, they don’t require a battery, and there are no distractions.

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Introducing Evernote Plus and the new Evernote Premium – Evernote Blog

May 05, 2015

Finally. Evernote have introduced something in between Basic / Free and Premium, and the Premium level have unlimited uploads and more.

This is a great move. Some people like me want the Premium features, while others just need some of them. The Plus level is perfect for them.

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