Planning a time-tracking workshop for Quantified Self Toronto (January 6, 2014, 4) - Quantified Self Toronto is organizing a conference on self-tracking in February. Whee! I’ve promised to put together a small workshop on time-tracking, since a number of people are interested in collecting and analyzing their time data.
Here are some rough plans for the time-tracking workshop:
I need to figure out what pieces people need to learn and
Loyalty and love at work (September 25, 2009, 3) - Another post taking off from the Smart Work Jam: One of the participants wondered what I’d say about loyalty. I can’t speak for Gen Y and loyalty, but I do know that I love my work.
Am I loyal? “Loyalty” makes me think of Labrador Retrievers or fiefdoms or frequent shopper programs. I won’t stay with
10 rules for staying young (October 24, 2006, 0) - Via Quinn, who got it from Richard, who got it from Dave Pollard, George Carlin’s 10 rules for Staying Young:
Throw out nonessential numbers. This includes age, weight and height. Let the doctors worry about them. That is why you pay “them”.
Keep only cheerful friends. The grouches pull you down.
Keep learning. Learn more about the computer,
Planning a Quantified Self workshop on time tracking (June 28, 2013, 5) -
The other Quantified Self Toronto organizers and I have been thinking about following up on the “slow data” workshop idea from the QS Conference in Europe this year, which Eric Boyd is really keen on. The idea is that self-tracking takes time to plan, to get data, to get back into collecting data after you’ve