Full Transparency

I just reread Glasshouse, a 2006 novel by the guy who seems to have become my favorite modern SF author: Charles Stross.

kiss me while you can

kiss me while you can / because we are not getting / out of this alive

Evernote Slow?

All six of my readers will have noticed that I use Evernote a lot. And I've noticed, over the past few months, that my whole note repository has been slowing down.

the trail to failure

the trail to failure / is efficiently blazed by / the footprints of fools

Better Late Than Never

I had one of those epiphanies last night that you look at the next day and wonder how you managed to survive this long without already understanding it.

if you don’t know what

if you don't know what / to do with yourself then do / something for a friend

Taming the Shit Cascade

David Allen published Getting Things Done in 2001. Useful mobile productivity was still a good half-decade away, so Allen presented GTD in a low-tech form that everybody could understand: paper. Figuring out how to marry GTD with technology was left as an exercise for the student.