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Oct
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answered Resetting ones' whole biological clock?
Oct
26
comment Does Lucid Dreaming hurt the learning process?
My question proper makes itself known in the title, but I've echoed it in the final paragraph if you've taken issue with directing this towards asking for research. In any case you had previously put bluntly "This is not on topic here" which seems not to be the case, and doesn't communicate the real issue you've closed it for which is "This needs to be rephrased", if I understand you correctly. Also, not 'touching' productivity at all is quite the bold assertion. How is it not that informing oneself about whether a given body hack will get in the way of learning be anything but productivity?
Oct
26
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Oct
26
comment Does Lucid Dreaming hurt the learning process?
Just to finish, I think you're doing a great disservice to an already limited community. Lucid Dreaming would, by any productivity freak (as I am), be completely on-topic here. In fact our community struggles because it's failing to attract such minded people, and you're not helping the least. On top of that, my question is ultimately about learning, and I can point you to a few dozen other learning questions here that haven't been closed. In short, learning and creativity are highly on topic here. Productivity.SE is about hacking life, mind and body, and it saddens me to see your decision.
Oct
26
comment Does Lucid Dreaming hurt the learning process?
I'm sorry, but it seems to me skeptics would be challenging the assumption of lucid dreaming on the first place, not assuming it to be true and then asking a question on top of that, as I have. If you're in the mood of closing out every question on Producivity.SE which is about a practice unbacked by science, you might as well close most all the Pomodoro questions, and I urge you to close this most successful question about Polyphasic sleep (productivity.stackexchange.com/questions/380/…), wholly disputed by sleep scientists.
Oct
25
asked Does Lucid Dreaming hurt the learning process?
Oct
24
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
22
comment How to manage undergraduate studies while working full time
Why do you feel you still need the degree once you are building a solid career on this field? I find that software companies place far less weight on a degree than most.
Oct
19
answered Is it a good idea to test multiple “pieces of knowledge” on one card?
Oct
19
comment Brain background education?
Really great question, and I have noticed the same effect on myself with mechanical skills, you give it a couple months off and you seem to come back better.
Oct
19
accepted How can I manage a pipeline of content creation?
Oct
13
comment How can I manage a pipeline of content creation?
Wow, from looking at the table of contents this looks precisely the kind of methodological expertise I was looking for. Though targeted at writing I like how the author has an underlying philosophy that could be exported to other content production. Many thanks!
Oct
9
comment How can I manage a pipeline of content creation?
I'm hanging around for the technical way
Oct
8
asked How can I manage a pipeline of content creation?
Sep
30
comment How to record and optimize sleep patterns?
an app such as Sleep as Android or Sleep Cycle could be part of your toolset.
Sep
28
comment Engaged Reading for web pages
+1 on using an e-ink device like Kindle, Sony or others. That'd be as close to paper without printing. Up next you have tablets like the iPad and Samsung Galaxy, which work well too.
Sep
28
comment How to sort out and where to archive browser bookmarks?
Yeah, I'm really sorry this isn't very practical, I don't currently have a hard fast solution for myself either. I'd say action-oriented bookmarking is half of it, and more towards what you're looking for right now. But considering you had processed your 1000 bookmarks in such a way, changing your browsing mindset in the future (for instance, being mindful of what project those bunch of tabs you just opened belong to) would prevent such backlogs from building up in the first place. In any case hope someone has a process you can use right now.
Sep
28
answered Task Manager Vs. GTD Task Manager
Sep
28
revised How to sort out and where to archive browser bookmarks?
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answered How to sort out and where to archive browser bookmarks?