Weekly review: Week ending December 19, 2014

W- and I have been preparing the concrete floor in the laundry area, scraping off paint and old flooring. We’ve also been mudding and sanding the drywall in the downstairs bathroom. It’s tiring work, but also good exercise and a good use of vacation time. Next week will be

Oh! This week was great for packaging. I copied my Makefile for EPUB and PDF generation, tweaked it a little bit, and published Emacs Chat transcripts. I also exported my 2014 blog archive (at least so far) as an EPUB so that I could re-read all of it in preparation for my yearly review. The format worked really well. I should tweak it and release it, just in case people feel like flipping through that. Besides, it’ll be handy for my archives anyway.

Next week will be more flooring and drywall, I think. So less drawing and writing, more family time, but that works too. =)

Blog posts

Sketches

Link round-up

Focus areas and time review

  • Business (31.9h – 18%)
    • Earn (11.4h – 35% of Business)
      • Look into IE8 Standards Mode-related bug
      • Earn: E1: 1-2 days of consulting
      • Earn: E1: 1-2 days of consulting
    • Build (14.1h – 44% of Business)
      • Drawing (10.2h)
        • Sketchnote Write Faster Write Better
      • Delegation (0.0h)
      • Packaging (1.4h)
        • Convert blog to EPUB
        • Package EPUB
        • Package ZIP
        • Review transcript for Carsten Dominik
        • Convert How to Read Emacs Lisp to nicely-formatted EPUB
        • Set up EPUB workflow for Read Lisp, Tweak Emacs
        • Revise transcript for Magnar Sveen
      • Paperwork (0.9h)
      • Request Writing on Both Sides of the Brain
      • Clean up disk space
    • Connect (6.4h – 20% of Business)
  • Relationships (5.0h – 2%)
    • Bring bubble wrap to Hacklab
    • Buy LG WH16NS40 internal BluRay drive for W-
  • Discretionary – Productive (19.9h – 11%)
    • Emacs (7.9h – 4% of all)
      • Set up Emacs tools for sketchedbooks
    • Japanese
      • Collect words and examples from tweets about Emacs
      • Go through Basic Japanese
      • Go through Japanese for Busy People II
      • Write about my goals for studying Japanese
    • Writing (4.4h)
  • Discretionary – Play (12.0h – 7%)
  • Personal routines (26.1h – 15%)
  • Unpaid work (11.3h – 6%)
  • Sleep (61.8h – 36% – average of 8.8 per day)

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