Re: wow, this is the strongest women of the world and naked))

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Peter Bell

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Nov 11, 2009, 10:15:54 AM11/11/09
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Apologies for the recent spam on the list. The group *was* set to
require approval for sign up and yet when I went back in, it wasn't. I
have changed back to requiring new members to be approved and to first
post moderation. Looks like a lot of people are having spam problems
with google groups.

Apologies again.

On a more interesting note, anyone doing anything interesting around
solo scrum recently? Pomodoro has pretty much become my default work
unit for both managing my attention and tracking and billing my time.
I see there's a Prag Progs book about it in beta right now.

In other news, I've noticed a couple of interesting blog postings
recently on productivity approaches. Anyone working with any of these
techniques or have any other hints or tips to share?

http://memeagora.blogspot.com/2009/11/productivity-pron.html
http://robrohan.com/2009/11/05/lowfi-project-managment/

Best Wishes,
Peter

On Nov 11, 2009, at 7:17 AM, SimonGankins wrote:

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> funny and pretty scarry)) but it is real... http://smallurl.in/strongest
> >

Fred Medlin

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Nov 11, 2009, 9:51:14 PM11/11/09
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I'm an OmniFocus convert much as Neal describes. I use 30boxes instead of google calendar because it has an email interface. When I get an email of something that I need to calenderize, I just forward it to a...@30boxes.com with a tagged subject line and its there.

Two tricks I picked up from Neal after reading the post.  One is to keep all of my planning tools on a single desktop. Second is to make my 30boxes account in a Fluid browser. That keeps it out of my long list of browser tabs and easier to find when I need it. Nice!

I haven't ben sufficiently Pomodorized to do any more than try it for a few days. What I've been trying to do lately is to estimate my tasks by time. Then when I'm ready for a 15 minute or a one hour context, I have a choice. Pomodoros are whatever fits in a 25 minute bucket.

The lofi article didn't resonate much with me. I love git, but I'd go back to all paper before I'd choose the tools he describe. Just my opinion...
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