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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


Jun
28
comment Is there any career path related to personal productivity?
There are "Productivity trainer" jobs [google.co.nz/… but not many. Either way, I don't see how such question can yield a specific answer (see Tom's comment)
Jun
28
comment Do ergonomic keyboards/mice provide significant productivity improvement over “average” counterparts?
Subjective, but thanks.
Jun
27
comment How to avoid night-productivity when it's a must to wake up earlier?
Sure, I'll look for it. Been a long time..
Jun
26
comment How to avoid night-productivity when it's a must to wake up earlier?
Again, very subjective. As I say what I described works for me well. Let's not argue about subjectivity.
Jun
25
comment How do I teach productivity techniques to kids?
This is not an actual answer but more of a way of thinking about your problem (in line with Tom's answer to make it practical, example-based): ted.com/talks/…
Jun
25
comment How to avoid night-productivity when it's a must to wake up earlier?
I will argue with warm shower. I have read about (and then experimented with) cold showers before sleep and warm after to help getting to sleep/waking up. The argument is adjustment of body temperature: colder for sleep, warmer for being awake (almost like hibernation in animals). Works for me.
Jun
25
comment How to avoid night-productivity when it's a must to wake up earlier?
Very relevant, thanks, great question! Though personally I don't mind this in me :)
Jun
24
comment What are the first steps to unfreezing a mind paralyzed with stuff bouncing around in it?
I think even getting #2 down will be a big improvement
Jun
24
comment What to do in a 5-10 min break to recharge the batteries?
Well put Tom, agree
Jun
24
comment What to do in a 5-10 min break to recharge the batteries?
Vague question imo
Jun
23
comment Can reading electronic displays be made more comfortable?
ok thanks. I suspect this may be subjective... I often find it easier to concentrate for on-screen reading comparing to paper. Let's see what sort of answers we get.
Jun
23
comment Can reading electronic displays be made more comfortable?
Can you please identify the problems clearer? e.g. muscle pain in neck or back from reading; sore eyes; lack of abilities to make note on reading, etc. It will make it easier to provide answers.
Jun
23
comment What is “Getting Things Done” (GTD)?
Fair call @Robert
Jun
23
comment Do ergonomic keyboards/mice provide significant productivity improvement over “average” counterparts?
This is a good answer to a different question, not the one I asked. I shall put up a question about DVORAK layout so your answer has a legitimate place to be :)
Jun
23
comment Does good physical condition (e.g. fitness and nutrition) lead to increased personal productivity?
Swapped the "Studies" tag to less ambiguous (in the context of this site) "Research".