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Apr
3
reviewed Excellent How remember little “important” things and be conscious when to keep checks?
Apr
3
reviewed Excellent How to prevent spurious productivity
Apr
3
reviewed Excellent Programming with ADHD
Apr
3
reviewed Satisfactory How to not get irritated?
Apr
3
reviewed Satisfactory How to internalize Parkinson's law
Apr
3
reviewed Satisfactory How do I keep working if I'm going to die anyway?
Apr
3
awarded  Custodian
Apr
3
reviewed Satisfactory How can an undergraduate find “extra” time for “extra” topics?
Apr
3
reviewed Excellent How do I find a decent hobby?
Apr
3
reviewed Excellent How to handle a job that forces multitasking?
Apr
3
comment Are productivity HUDs effective?
From what I understand, it's not a heads up display, it's just a full screen sticky note. I personally think a real sticky note pasted on the monitor will be more efficient, because you will need to physically remove the note before you can procrastinate with your computer. And of course, as you note, if you need to be productive on a computer, it won't really help you.
Mar
20
comment How to divert your mind from the continuos process of thinking?
But something that requires some mind focus, unlike walking for example. +1
Oct
25
awarded  Teacher
Oct
20
answered Do video subtitles make learning easier or harder?
Jun
12
comment How can I make myself remember to use a new password?
"A password you can't remember is a bad password though." Note that from the security viewpoint, the statement can be taken almost opposite : a password you can remember is a bad password. For example, see troyhunt.com/2011/03/only-secure-password-is-one-you-cant.html (it doesn't apply for a few cases, like a master password, or an OS login, which you indeed need to type, hence it's not a real answer here)
Apr
23
awarded  Supporter