hi Thorin, great post. I will be referencing this all year long. »
thanks for this post. Some people just like to complain. Tho some of them I'll admit are making me laugh so hard my sides are hurting. »
Here is an interesting post on GTD. I have not heard it presented in such away that I could understand this easily. If you still don't get it or don't know about GTD yet, then you should read this post by Allen Henry. »
interesting, I had always afraid of doing this. Maybe because of some unfounded fear I might get caught casing the company and close the door permanently on that company. There are a few companies I would like to work for because they treat their employee's very well. »
hi Melanie, thanks for the post. I was looking at the GTDOA. It looks very interesting. Have you used it? »
cool post. It's very comprehensive. I like the fact that your posts have become more comprehensive in nature. »
Hi Allen, this is great article. I did not know some of the things you talk about.
I think that this is so good that I am going to post about it later this week. I wonder how long it took to research this. You covered it well by hitting different points of interest that broadened my understanding of journaling.
I really like IPN. I use it to watch soccer in Europe. I like it so much that I even became an affiliate and posted about it on my on blog gfmoss.com. Shameless plug I know :) . »
I have been thinking about how to power all the computers that lifehacker recommends. finally a way to power them without having to pay for them. I want to see more of these. »
going to give this a try, I use a smattering of apps with no integration except importing and exporting. doing it the way I do it now messes up formatting and other things. »
Yes I have moved back twice. A lot of people want to place blame. Like getting a degree, or things they can point to that say your the problem. The stigma seems to be that no one wants to point the finger back at those who could apprentice or mentor. Seem like employers just want to make money quick and not the old… »
You’ll wake up for about 25,000 mornings in your adult life, give or take a few. According to a report from the World Health Organization, the average life expectancy in the United States is 79 years old. (Most people in wealthy nations are hovering around the 80-year mark. Women in Japan are the highest, with an… »