I recently set the goal to read research abstracts from 50 scientific papers. I want to get in the habit of looking for and skimming research papers in topic areas I’m interested in.
In this post, I show how I adapt the workflow from James Stuber’s excellent article Daily Time Management with Todoist and Google Calendar to use with Emacs and Org-Mode.
“The 12 Week Year” argues that a calendar year — a 365 day time span — is too long a period to effectively plan and execute on your goals. Instead, you should do that process on a quarterly basis.
I’ve been playing a lot of Smash Up.
Today, I am taking Bodhisattva vows.
Last year, I began reading books from the Personal MBA Recommended Reading List, a collection of 100 best books about business. One of the books I read was The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt.
We face three major threats to life on Earth: nuclear weapons, global warming, and artificial intelligence.
Although Eliyahu Goldratt’s books seem to be related to the realm of business, if you learn more about Goldratt and his ideas, it becomes clear that he believed they extended far beyond the domain of business.
This post is a continuation of “Building A Second Brain with Emacs and Org-Mode.” If you haven’t read that yet, read that post first.
There is a meditator seeking enlightenment who has a particularly bad case of monkey-mind. She hears that there is a technique that, if you do it completely for five minutes, will inevitably lead to instant,…