remember timestamp (February 19, 2003, 0) - I really hope the remember timestamp works now.
The joys of development with Selenium web-testing (October 15, 2011, 1) - I’ve started using the Selenium web-testing framework as part of regular development, and I like it. Selenium makes it easy to automate testing web applications, but it’s also useful for developing web applications.
I was working on improving the administrative interface of a Drupal site. To test the new features, I needed to switch
Bugfix: Time estimation (December 26, 2007, 2) - This is a slightly better version of sacha/org-calculate-free-time
that can understand prioritized tasks. Also, if you’re working after
midnight, it takes into account the need to sleep. That is, it doesn’t
treat _now_ as the starting point for the free-time calculation unless
it’s after the start time, so if you’re up at 12:30 writing Emacs Lisp
code, Emacs doesn’t assume
Quantified Awesome: How I’m starting to use Tap Log for Android (December 5, 2011, 2) - At Rails Pub Nite the other week, Andrew Louis showed me his timestamped-based self-tracker inspired by Your Flowing Data and similar semi-structured text entry systems. He had a year of data in his system, and had built a fascinating dashboard.
Nudged by the idea, I moved from using Time Recording to capturing timestamped data, and