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April 2007

Software For Virtual Teams

more and more companies are going virtual. The answer to long commutes, inner city traffic, tapping into creative minds in other geographies and combating global warming is: a 'work from home' policy.

Web Worker Daily » Blog Archive What's So Difficult about Online Document Collaboration? «

Teams I’ve worked on have tried many, if not all, of these services. After editing a document or two, people invariably fall back into old habits of shuffling Word files back and forth. Why?

Macworld: Feature: The inbox makeover

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The key to managing these important messages is to evaluate each one for the response it requires and then quickly convert that evaluation into action.

I love my new Mac (list of cool utilities from Twitter) « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger

I asked the 2500+ people following me on Twitter what their ideas were for me to load up and in just the first minute got dozens of suggestions. Here’s some of the first:

Twitter: Use it Productively - lifehack.org

First, let’s look at what makes Twitter different from, say, a blog or a chat room.

December 2006

10 tips for time management in a multitasking world » Brazen Careerist

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Remember that a good time manager actually responds to some things more slowly than a bad time manager would. For example, someone who is doing the highest priority task is probably not answering incoming email while they’re doing it. As Markovitz write

November 2006

Life 2.0: The little book of Flow - revised

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The premise of this essay is that those exquisite but all too rare moments when we experience 'flow', when we are truly creative, happy and intuitively know exactly what is needed, are simply those instances when we glimpse our original and true nature. I

Project Management Source: Memo for Bosses: 101 Ways to Prevent your Office from Hating You

Memo for Bosses: 101 Ways to Prevent your Office from Hating You Your office hates you. Sorry to break the news to you this way, but it's about time you found out. Thankfully, there's reason to hope. In fact, there's 101 reasons. And for those of you who

October 2006

Welcome to Scrybe

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ScrybeTM is a groundbreaking online organizer that caters to today´s lifestyle in a cohesive and intuitive way. Simple solutions for some age old problems.

IT|Redux » My Office 2.0 Setup

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My Office 2.0 Setup Applications Used Everyday. Heard about this on the Dan and David Between the Lines Podcast

September 2006

voo2do : simple, beautiful web-based to-do lists

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You need voo2do. * organize tasks by project * track time spent and remaining * add tasks by email * publish task lists new * as easy as paper, but on the web 24x7 * supports software guru Joel Spolsky's Painless Software Scheduling method * fancy-shmancy

July 2006

Toggl - online timetracker

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Frustrated with your time tracking software? Most software is complicated, expensive, and inconvenient. But now there is a solution. Toggl is online, uncluttered and team-friendly. We love it, and so will you.

Memory Improvement Techniques from Mind Tools - Improving Your Memory

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The techniques it explains are particularly helpful in studying for exams or in situations where you need to remember detailed, structured information. They also make things like learning foreign languages and remembering people's names much easier.

Paul's Goals

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Tip:Click on a box to add a check. Click next to that check on the empty space to add a second check (add as many as you like). Click on a check to remove it.