At the end of the day, I don’t give a crap about categorizing tasks due to...– ForkBombr: The Quest for Simple Task Management
Getting too wrapped up in how I manage my tasks doesn’t leave me any time to...– ForkBombr — The Best GTD Advice I’ve Heard Yet I have the same problem. Too obsessed by with the theory of GTD and not by the implementation of the process. (via treyheath) My update: Things is too complicated (and not on my Droid), RTM has a terrible website and no iPad app, and TeuxDeux — while...
Revolution, Then Evolution: The Titanium PowerBook... →
Posts like this are my favorite to write: Apple loves the pattern of revolution, then evolution. It brings something game-changing to the market, then spend years tweaking and improving it. Since the company began, that’s been the template. And for over 30 years, it’s continued to be effective.
One FPS: If a Facebook Phone exists, the most... →
chartier: If a Facebook Phone exists, the most compelling feature is, by far, the possibility of never needing to remember an email address or phone number again. If someone is on Facebook and you’re “friends,” you could email, SMS, or call him or her without ever worrying whether they’ve changed their… This isn’t all true. Android and WebOS can sync Facebook data to your contacts,...
Violence spirals out of control in east Congo →
First the rebel soldiers told residents of the villages in the mineral-rich eastern Congo not to worry. They were just there for a rest and would do no harm. But as dusk fell, the fighters encircled five villages simultaneously, and the gang rapes began. Six or seven men lined up to take their turn. The victims ranged from a month-old baby boy to a 110-year-old great-great-grandmother. They...
Macworld introduces Macworld Insider →
chartier: We have some pretty cool features for the 1.0, some inspired by Ars Premier: full-text RSS feeds, access to a downloadable back-issue archive of Macworld magazine in unencrypted PDF, exclusive Insider forums, monthly live events with Macworld editors and writers, one-page article views (though we rarely paginate articles), and the option of an ad-free Macworld.com layout. And this is...
Why I Love the Apple Community →
I’m afraid we’ve lost this in the modern era of iOS and iLife.
Apple’s New Nano Doesn’t Make Sense →