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Feb
14
comment Best way to record todo items without breaking your flow
@Ixmatus: exactly - I even learned to use Emacs (did not really use it before) to be able to use org-mode.
Feb
14
comment Best way to record todo items without breaking your flow
@JanDoggen: if you are coding in Emacs, you could use e. g. org-capture to send your ideas directly to an inbox file where it can be processed later e. g. with Emacs org-mode (see productivity.stackexchange.com/a/9038/566)
Feb
13
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Feb
13
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Feb
13
comment how to study the four subjects in one month
Even if you are very stressed at the moment, you should take the time to add more details to your question about what you have to do until when maybe to help people give you a concrete and helpful answer.
Feb
13
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Feb
12
comment Version control system for projects involving mixed content
thanks for your effort! I'm curious to learn more about the differences between hg and git in this context.
Feb
12
answered How to understand complex topics faster?
Feb
12
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Feb
11
comment Version control system for projects involving mixed content
very interesting! Does Mercurial offer the same advantages compared to SVN, or is there something really special to git in your points?
Feb
11
comment How to understand complex topics faster?
Hi Tyler, welcome on this site! Did you have a look at the related questions and answers, that already exist on this site? Many interesting links are presented as "Related" there -> on the bottom right of this screen next to your question. You could also use these to add to your question why this is not a duplicated of one of those, but a new question.
Feb
8
comment Version control system for projects involving mixed content
can Packrat also export or restore the state of the whole "repository" at a certain point of time (e. g. state of all files "last tuesday on 13PM"), or does it just keep the history of each single file
Feb
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Feb
8
comment Version control system for projects involving mixed content
very interesting question! Could you describe more, why MS Sharepoint is not an option for your non-MS-Office-document types?
Feb
8
answered Best way to record todo items without breaking your flow
Feb
7
comment How to make a plan without readjusting it?
@Jean-Paul: I didn't say, that your statement "always account for variable change" is wrong, I just said that I think AaronKlap chose the term "constant" deliberately for the play on words with the seeming contradiction of "constant" and "change".
Feb
7
comment How to make a plan without readjusting it?
@AaronKlap: from your post it seems, that you are planning your tasks really in much detail. Considering your last (very wise) statement that there is always change, how can you change and adjust your plans quickly, if you even plan a start and end time for each task? How long are the time chunks (max/min) for tasks, you are planning?
Feb
7
comment How to make a plan without readjusting it?
@Jean-Paul: no, I think Aaron wants to say that change is omnipresent, and therefore you have to take into account constantly changing conditions. That's, why he writes (kind of a play on words) about change beeing the most important constant in the world.
Feb
7
comment Papers, articles, books etc. file naming conventions
+1 for the suggestion with mostly text based documents - I just want to add, that each one has to consider for himself if it is a good idea to store all or part of his private (or even business) information at a company like Google...
Feb
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