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Jul
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revised Parkinson's law and deadlines: how do they work?
Improve language and formatting
Jul
16
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Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
29
revised How to click Web links with a keyboard?
Fix punctuation
Dec
29
revised How to click Web links with a keyboard?
Add headers
Dec
29
revised How to click Web links with a keyboard?
Use bold font for titles
Dec
29
answered How to click Web links with a keyboard?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Jan
22
comment What email folders do I need?
@Konerak: I put it in "Waiting" since that's the folder I review once a week. "Project 1" is just a special type of archive which I hardly ever look at. By the way, that's exactly the problem with folders: it's impossible to put one item into two folders (unless you make copies or references). That's why I prefer labels to folders: you can put both labels "Waiting" and "Project 1" on the same email.
Jan
20
comment What are the steps to be taken to bring more clarity to your thought process?
+1 for suggesting to externalize the assumptions into test cases (preferably automated unit tests).
Jan
20
answered What email folders do I need?
Apr
15
comment How do I get more productive from using keyboard shortcuts?
+1 for teaching me the <kbd> tag.
Mar
29
revised Organizing folder logically
Improved structure.
Mar
29
suggested approved edit on Organizing folder logically
Mar
29
answered Organizing folder logically
Mar
20
comment Solutions for working with pen/paper while using a computer at the same desk
@Memming: Nice to hear you that have the same configuration. Mathematical derivations and stuff sound way cooler than the mundane todo items I write down. :-)
Mar
17
awarded  Teacher
Feb
15
awarded  Editor
Feb
15
revised Solutions for working with pen/paper while using a computer at the same desk
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Feb
15
answered Solutions for working with pen/paper while using a computer at the same desk