The other week I wrote about how I like to see in a task-manager all related info related to a specific task, when opening said task. So I was happy to notice last night that the folks at Todoist are already working to implement just that. Can’t wait for that to roll out since that […]
Despite my constant, annoying and rather un-productive back and forth with task-managers I seemed to have done rather fine. It’s that time of the year again, STATS! The fine folks over at Todoist had done again an amazing job and produced, as in the previous years, a wonderful infographic with the users statistics. My complete […]
Kottke.org posted the other day about The World’s Fastest Human on a Bike which was 293 km/h. Which, even with all the technique involved, is mind-boggling. Just for fun I asked Wolfram Alpha and learned, that at that speed, it would take me 36.86 seconds to work. In normal life, I might make it up […]
I find that reading a book which jumps a lot between timelines in the present and various stages in the past, is way more challenging in an audiobook compared to a book-book for the lack of a better term. Surely needs more focus. I take this as a good thing.
The first week at work after vacation was as busy as one might expect and I found myself “starring” a lot of articles in my feed-reader, but never came really around reading them, not even talking about even sharing them. Jazz Wax posted again a great interview, this time with none other than Miles Davis […]
My app-usage is as fluctuating as ever and I tend to experiment a lot to find just the right apps and setup for me. One thing that I avoid as much as possible is to have too many options for more or less the same thing. Sadly this can not always be avoided (see note-taking). […]
During the week I realized that the Doctor Who’s new years episode, Resolution, is available for streaming here. I was already miffed that it wasn’t. So, I take that back and am watching it now for the second time, just to make sure. It’s such a great episode.
As I just finished Stephen King’s “The Stand” I realized again, how much fun it is to read such a long story. It is almost as one becomes part of the story, acquainted to the characters and part of the world it plays in, which in this specific case is probably not necessarily desirable. 📚