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Aug
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Being motivated for self study
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Ways to work well with my stack-like working habit on computer?
Jul
29
reviewed No Action Needed Personal Planning Software
Jul
26
comment Laptop Addiction with Videos - Unstoppable due to programming
You can search for the "procrastination" tag on this site or look into the pomodoro technique to get started with your tasks.
Jul
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does note taking not by hand help remember things?
Jul
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to write equations involving different sized symbols neatly in notes? What kind of paper to use?
Jul
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Required or a Distraction?
Jul
24
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Being motivated for self study
Jul
19
comment How to write equations involving different sized symbols neatly in notes? What kind of paper to use?
How about blank paper or paper with light grey dots (like dottedpaper.com/download/dotted.pdf)? With enough practice you can write straight enough and are not restricted on how to big your letters are.
Jul
16
comment How does a software developer will become most successful person in his professional lfe
I voted to close you other question, because I think career advice that is that specific is off-topic here. Unfortunately programmers.stackexchange.com tends to think that career advice is also offtopic there (meta.stackexchange.com/questions/110852/…), so I don't have a good place for your question. My advice would be to think about your current strengths and areas where you have to develop your skills (maybe ask coworkers or your boss). Then investigate how to improve in these areas.
Jul
14
reviewed Reviewed How to use multiple monitors effectively?
Jun
29
answered When the Todo-list/planning becomes an overwhelming task in itself
Jun
28
comment Alternative methods of tagging to organize thoughts?
Another tip for nvAlt/notationalVelocity/ResophNotes: Always chose the setting to have one txt file per note in a folder. This way you can easily edit the notes in another editor, sync them using dropbox, add notes with scripts. I also sync my notes with Simplenote.com and use FlickNote on my Android Device (perfomance of the app is great once you buy the premium key and get rid of ads).
Jun
28
comment Alternative methods of tagging to organize thoughts?
@Dallas: Resophnotes is said to be very similar to notational velocity and runs on Windows: resoph.com/ResophNotes/Welcome.html Also: +1 to keword search instead of tagging. I help this process by adding a "keywords: ..." line to reference files sometimes to add additional keywords that may not be present in the text (e.g. because they are not in the same language or synonyms)
Jun
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the best way to improve English vocabulary?
Jun
19
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to improve one's 'learning' and 'understanding' capabilities?
Jun
18
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Being motivated for self study
Jun
18
reviewed Close How to engage those dreaded tasks on time
Jun
18
reviewed No Action Needed How to concentrate and study something that is boring
Jun
18
reviewed Looks OK Time-tracking software to measure when I'm active or idle on my computer (i.e., keystrokes being pressed and mouse moving)?