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Post graduate student (Information Systems) at the University of Auckland. Systems Integration and EDI trainer at Flow Software (NZ). Founder of Thought-Wired.

Geek, problem solver, enthusiast. 

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  • Systems Integration
  • Electronic Data Interchange
  • Brain-Computer Interface
  • Information Systems Research
  • E-Learning
  • Android
  • Social media and Web 2.0

http://dmitry.selitskiy.com


Mar
25
comment Are there established patterns/methodologies to establishing a knowledge management system?
@Raystafarian it is still a struggle to implement a cohesive system, unfortunately.
Feb
14
comment Are there established patterns/methodologies to establishing a knowledge management system?
This is an interesting thought... But I am afraid that this is not an option for now when we all work on this on top of regular jobs/studies and when the time is required to do all the other vital activities. However, I can see a potential in this when we dedicate ourselves full time to this.
Feb
14
comment Are there established patterns/methodologies to establishing a knowledge management system?
This question doesn't answer my question.
Feb
13
comment Version control for homework?
You can also exclude subfolders from Dropbox sync which can be useful when you work on dev projects which need to be built often - just exclude the build folders from sync. (I assume you know how to do ignore with SVN for these purposes)
Aug
9
comment How does office temperature affect productivity?
Skeptics question?
Aug
8
comment Which computer-based Pomodoro timers exist and what are their features?
Turned into Comm.Wiki
Aug
4
comment Internet Bookmarks
Software/app question, off topic here. Try WebApps site for example.
Aug
3
comment Is there a proven method for managing emails?
@Tom I still don't understand this magical "exact place in Evernote"... I use it, and I have hundreds of notes. The only way to quickly find them is search (using the search functionality) again. I'm honestly trying to understand what I'm missing here :)
Aug
3
comment Is there a proven method for managing emails?
@Tom explain how searching Gmail (using search) is more work that locating that info in Evernote?
Jul
31
comment What Revision Control Programs / Methods Do You Use When Writing?
Not a real question in SE terms.
Jul
27
comment What are recommended workflows when working with Markdown--in Windows, on a Mac?
@Adam good point in the meta. Still not too sure about htis specific question but that's just imho :)
Jul
26
comment What are recommended workflows when working with Markdown--in Windows, on a Mac?
@Lri Web Apps, SO, some other place? I just can't see PP here.
Jul
26
comment How do I get more productive from using keyboard shortcuts?
Not a real question imho but a discussion topic... Unless this is a community wiki of shortcuts but then it is still too broad since there are different OSes, different applications etc.
Jul
26
comment What are recommended workflows when working with Markdown--in Windows, on a Mac?
Hi Adam, how is this a PP question and not a software/app question?
Jul
24
comment How to schedule a group meeting for free?
That's great, thanks!
Jul
22
comment How to schedule a group meeting for free?
A Web Apps question?
Jul
21
comment Tickler file for email
@Sandra don't feel offended or not welcome. All we are trying to do is to make the SE experience as useful as possible for the community as a whole. This is especially important on a new site like this one since we get a lot of SE-first-timers. You have now received a couple of upvotes for your answer which is great and means that the site you linked indeed has some good information re this question. Why not provide us with the summary in your answer to make it even better and more valuable? Thanks!
Jul
21
comment Is there a proven method for managing emails?
@Tom I disagree about archiving. I do not delete email. At all. However, I'm close to 0 inbox (or try to be). Keeping a searchable archive of all mail (GMail) gives me an easy ability to find anything I need there very quickly without worrying of keeping it offline, backing it up, etc. As long as you have good rganisation (e.g. labels) and search skills then I don't see any harm but only benefit in archiving.
Jul
19
comment How can I succeed in remembering people's names?
Provided they 1) have a LinkedIn profile (not always) 2) have a photo on LinkedIn (again, not a always) - narrow but useful suggestion imo.
Jul
19
comment Automated time tracking program for Linux
I agree with @Rory, this question is not constructive. However, as a bonus I can suggest RescueTime which fits your description and has a Linux version.