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The Paradox of Choice – Why More Is Less

November 19, 2011 Leave a comment

The Paradox of Choice – Why More Is Less.

Really nice talk by Barry Schwartz about the paradox of choices available in nowadays societies.

Just a side note in case you actually watch the talk: you do not get to watch the slides with “copyrighted” cartoons, which really penalize the experience and the full understanding of the talk… and that’s why I think that a fair use of copyrighted material is an important discussion. Knowledge and Arts should be Universal Human Heritage assets that people should be free to access for the good of humanity (and yes, some way, other than the current copyright restrictions approaches, must the proposed to compensate authors so they can keep doing what they do).

Becoming an Accidental Project Manager

October 9, 2011 2 comments

Becoming an Accidental Project Manager.

Really nice article (or set of articles) with some basic info on how to manage a project.

OmniFocus for Mac Sneaky Peeks

Downloads – OmniFocus for Mac – Products – The Omni Group.

In case you use Omnifocus (I totally dependent on this piece of software to put some order in my life and actually GTD ;-)), it’s nice to know that there are some beta revisions released quite often by the Omni developer team that may fix some issues with the most current stable release.

I’ve just “fixed” some annoying bugs in the most recent stable version (19.2.) in Lion, and got some new Lion specific features (e.g full screen). I’m probably getting some brand new bugs too, but so far, I like living on the bleeding edge 😉

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Seth Godin: Quieting the Lizard Brain

January 26, 2010 Leave a comment
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Staying organised with omnifocus

September 8, 2009 Leave a comment

Staying organised with omnifocus – Paul Boag’s Stuff! .

Nice tutorial on how to make good use of Omnifocus!

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Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management

Long, but really wonderful to watch – here.

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