You may remember the longish article I wrote about online todo list tools or you may not. Anyway it has been some time and I can now post a conclusion to this. At first I really tried hard to work with Remember the Milk, I really wanted to like it. It ended hab having too… Continue reading Producivity Tools Recap
I have started to manage a lot of things through the web and was on the lookout for a good online “todo list” application. So when I saw the Reader Poll: Best Online To-do List Manager? on Lifehacker, I had hopes to find something good. Admittedly at first I only checked out the two services… Continue reading Productivity Help Online
Lately I’ve been busy getting my mailboxes cleaned up. One of the most important things to process mails quickly is filtering. Since I read my mail from different computers at work and at home I am mostly depending on sieve-based serverside filters. Those are either edited in a web-based gui or as textfiles. On my… Continue reading Quick Mail Filtering
Just today I wrote about my Cluttered Closet, which had been a frustrating thing to just look at for quite some time I should just get a bigger closet â€¦. I followed the advice from the article about the Happy Closet at Lifeorganizers.com and now I have 1 big bag of shoes to throw out… Continue reading Mistress of the Uncluttered Closet
Yes that is me. I should take a picture of it tonight. Some of you would be shocked others probably not. But I found this nice site that speaks truth on the topic. I already knew most of the advice contained in there. Except I hate throwing away perfectly good clothes that I am sure… Continue reading Mistress of the Cluttered Closet
Last week I was invited to a training for the company’s new project management process. The training was interesting as we had to conduct a small project on our own to experience the new process first-hand. The project was to build a lego house and thus we learned by playing which is a good thing.… Continue reading Detail
I found the following beautiful list today – and read the whole thing. It’s quite funny as long as you don’t start to seriously think about it and maybe some may even learn a few bits from that list =) Random Thoughts from a CTO: 50 Beliefs about Projects Even if you don’t agree with… Continue reading More projects, apply more projects!