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Apr
20
revised Tradeoffs of using standing desks
reword
Apr
20
accepted Advantages of a label printer
Apr
20
accepted Examples of Productive use of TextExpansion software
Apr
20
accepted Techniques for mind dump (including mind sweeps/trigger lists)
Apr
20
accepted Recommendations for Productivity videos
Apr
19
revised Gamification to improve myself
corrected use of word
Apr
18
comment Time tracker that notifies you when you spend more than x hours at computer?
Okay - if rebooting then how about a cronjob that increments a counter every minute of 'uptime' and pings or emails you when you go over a limit (reseting on new days)?
Apr
18
comment Time tracker that notifies you when you spend more than x hours at computer?
Might be best on superuser - there's probably a bit of command line-fu that would let you set an alarm on login… It's just above my level of knowledge...
Apr
17
answered Are daily keystrokes a good proxy metric for overall productivity? How can I measure them?
Apr
17
revised How to quantify productivity and covariates for future analysis and optimization?
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Apr
17
revised How to quantify productivity and covariates for future analysis and optimization?
adding content.
Apr
17
answered How to quantify productivity and covariates for future analysis and optimization?
Apr
17
revised Gamification to improve myself
adding thing I found on internet
Apr
16
answered Gamification to improve myself
Apr
16
answered org-mode and productivity
Apr
16
revised Gamification to improve myself
adding method..
Apr
16
comment Gamification to improve myself
will do my best...
Apr
10
answered How to handle interruptions in developer work without losing concentration?
Apr
10
answered What can I do to be more productive when working with several applications at the same time on Mac OS X?
Apr
10
comment Gamification to improve myself
I'm not sure I understand the second part, but I can certainly tell you about the first part. When I just had the one line it was possible (and occasionally happened) to feel productive by just doing the incoming things and avoiding the big things at the bottom. I introduced the red line so that it was obvious (to me and others) when there were tasks I'm avoiding… ("Book skydive" had stayed there for months) Also I can 'age' tasks that are important or due soon manually and that helps deal with the importance angle. The key thing is that everything gets done and nothing is forgotten...