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I build software, and often have to switch contexts. A few things that have help me: Keep a clear task/todo list for each project. Make sure that the items lists the goal and any constraints in terms you will understand when you switch back. When you leave off for the the day, or to switch contexts, make a good note about what you were trying to ...


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I'd suggest looking at the F.Lux folks work. They focus on making screens less tiring for the eyes - but you may need to rethink your core assumption. Why do you think a constant luminosity is a good thing? And why focus on luminosity and not colour temperature? F.Lux adjusts luminosity to change what the eyes see, altering the screen's colour temperature ...


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If your projects are computer related you might consider keeping a detailed log of your activity using a tool like EverNote or OneNote. I've gotten in the habit of doing this and it's a great aid to recall where I left off when I go back to a task I stopped working on weeks earlier, or I encounter an issue similar to what I resolved weeks or months earlier ...



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