It’s alive! Reviving my iPaq (June 2, 2006, 0) - I’ve decided to experiment with carrying an electronic device around
again. Several people have reported seeing Moleskines coexist with
PDAs, so I want to see if the two will play nicely together for me. ;)
This is a Compaq-era iPaq (but not the research lab iPaq they sent me
before; I miss that). Nostalgia alert!
I am once again impressed
Thinking about a Quantified Self directory (September 19, 2012, 0) - So we were talking about a directory of people interested in Quantified Self, and I want to think about what something like that would look like so that I can help build it. Here’s what my profile might look like on such a system:
Sacha Chua (@sachac, http://livinganawesomelife.com)
Toronto, Canada – Previous: Manila, Philippines
Member of: Quantified Self
Nothing quite like Org for Emacs (April 6, 2009, 32) - I’ve been trying lots of different Web-based GTD task managers like Remember the Milk, Toodledo, and GTDAgenda. I’m slowly coming to the conclusion that there’s nothing quite like Org for Emacs.
Here’s what I like about the other services:
Both Remember the Milk and Toodledo have iPhone/iPod Touch interfaces, so I can review, check off, and
Thinking about time tracking (December 30, 2010, 1) - One of the insights I liked from “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” was on getting more out of your time by combining different needs or goals. Instead of keeping exercise and socializing separate, for example, you can combine them by jogging with a friend. It’s like the way the negotiation book “Getting to
Quantified Awesome: Building my own time tracker (December 26, 2011, 4) - I took advantage of the holiday break to build my own time tracker into Quantified Awesome. I wanted a simple way to capture activities, thoughts, and other records, using a hierarchy to simplify entry and reporting. This involved ripping out my old code related to Time Recording and Tap Log Records, but it was worth