Most interesting. Most interesting.
Don%u2019t ignore warnings. If someone tells you to beware of Long Lankin, friggin%u2019 beware of him. If someone tells you not to go by Carterhaugh, stay away. Same goes for your mother asking you not to go out hunting on a particular day. Portents about weather, particularly when delivered by an old sailor who is not currently chatting up a country maid, are always worth heeding.
Don’t get freaked out by the items on your to-do list; think of your tasks in terms of what they’ll mean to you once they’re done. (07:36)
- 43F Post: Building a Smarter To-Do List, Part I
- 43F Post: Building a Smarter To-Do List, Part II
- Book: The Now Habit by Neil Fiore
- Book: Getting Things Done by David Allen
- Subscribe to the 43 Folders podcast
- More info on the 43 Folders podcast
(Via 43 Folders.)
6 x 8 FRONT GABLE
These things are cool. Need one of those smart cars out front 😉
MacCentral: Parsnips organizes text culled from any application
Parsnips enables you to drag and drop text from various locations – including Web pages, files, e-mails and instant messaging sessions – to the application, where you can give it a title, an associated URL and keywords. Later, you can use Parsnips’ search engine to find retrieve items based on keywords, specific words or Boolean combinations of them, or a range of dates
Are you hunting for a “text snippet” organizer? Are you impatient and can’t wait for the “Tiger” release of Mac OS X?
Have you looked at DevonThink? Their “professional” price of $70 is less than I thought it was.
DEVONthink is the Mac incarnation of the real paperless office. It’s a notepad, outliner, scrapbook manager, information manager, freeform database, archive, bookmark manager and image database. Your personal »supplementary brain«.
Joel on Software – It’s Not Just Usability
an application that does something really great that people really want to do can be pathetically unusable, and it will still be a hit. And an application can be the easiest thing in the world to use, but if it doesn’t do anything anybody wants, it will flop
when you read this, look at the categories (where they are depends on which style is being used).
From what I can tell the categories still need to have unique names.
The first attempt was set a subcategory.
This attempt adds the parent.