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comment How to setup linux as a pure working environment
+1 The 2nd one is interesting. I started experimenting it today.
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comment What to mention in a talk that helps the audience to become more productive?
What about turning it into a community-wiki?
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comment What to mention in a talk that helps the audience to become more productive?
+1 Thanks. Your answer reminded me the tool I recently met. I added the link to Nirvanahq as an example tool for applying GTD.
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accepted Preparing questions when studying some topic
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comment Preparing questions when studying some topic
Thank you very much for this nice answer, but I couldn't get the connection with the question. I ask about preparing questions and the related research.
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comment What is a good algorithm for spaced review?
I don't know if Anki can be used for larger tasks. You may inrease the time limit I guess but your case is different since Anki is designed for units of information. Maybe, you can implement the SM2 algorithm in your favorite programming language or some user friendly software like Excel and keep your progress there. If there's a coincidence of reviews, then it asks you to delay some for later review. I think you should clarify your metric to measure the retention level for a chapter before you implement it.
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comment Preparing questions when studying some topic
I had two moleskines: one for some 'questions' I found to be useful and one for some 'answers' but it was worthless since it was not practical to study them again. This way seems to be very practical and the information is graspable. I added some materials via Anki desktop and I used Ankidroid on my way to school at bus today and it was both fun and studying :) I will keep in mind to add few items instead of intense loads and keep practicing regularly all my decks.
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comment Preparing questions when studying some topic
You're right. I have more motivation since I'm convinced that the topic is interesting since it concerns me, my professor, and the classroom. When I try to study myself, I don't have this kind of motivation. I will use spaced repetition by helper software in the following days and try to examine how it goes with me. I hope to identify the information I need and let them be in my deck, but remove the others on the fly. Thanks also for the multiple intelligence test.