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Comp. Science student who loves to keep things productive.

~ Customized Dvorak Keyboard Lay-out, Community Moderation, NirvanaHQ GTD Workflow, Pomodoro Time Management Technique, Stack Exchange Addict, Windows Performance Analysis, and so on...


Nov
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comment How to prevent oneself from feeling overwhelmed?
I don't actually have this problem, but posted this as a reference for others.
Oct
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Oct
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reviewed Approve How to prevent oneself from feeling overwhelmed?
Sep
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Aug
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comment What was scientifically shown to support productivity when structural organizing/accessing file and folders?
@Martin: Unanswered til this point. Limiting the amount of directories / files per folder and the depth of folders is a good start, but it isn't perfect...
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Jun
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comment How effective is the Dvorak keyboard at improving productivity?
Thanks for mentioning @Stephanie, I know of that (as it is listed on Wikipedia and I literally feel this while typing) but it indeed is missing from above post. :)
Jun
10
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Apr
18
revised What can I do to be more productive when working with several applications at the same time on Mac OS X?
Made question more constructive, denoted that the question is specific to OS X as the answers suggest.
Apr
11
comment What was scientifically shown to support productivity when structural organizing/accessing file and folders?
Okay, read your profile. The point is that "tagging" is only an aid as it doesn't result in a messy structure that one has to maintain. Hence which is why a hierarchic structure is still required...
Apr
11
comment What was scientifically shown to support productivity when structural organizing/accessing file and folders?
Infinite tags really sound like a lot of work, but I would like to know the benefit behind all this cost. I am missing research here, can you link me to it?
Apr
11
comment What was scientifically shown to support productivity when structural organizing/accessing file and folders?
Has this been shown to improve productivity, or will this merely increase my procrastination by mindless tagging with a high cost instead of structural organizing with a high benefit?