Merlin Mann discusses the relationship between personal productivity and organizational productivity and how they relate to work-life balance.
This week Fraser and Federico take their Apple Pencils in hand and share some notes on taking notes with the iPad Pro.
I’ve started a podcast.
Each episode, I find a smart person somewhere on the planet, and we talk about The Important Thing. I suspect we’re going to wander a bit, but wandering is usually the best part.
I’m just delighted to kick off the first episode1 with Tiff Arment where The Important Thing is pens2. In this first episode, we talk pen origin stories, we dive deep on fountain pens, and, uh, we talk video games, too.
Enjoy it now or download for later. Here’s a handy feed that I’m submitting to all the things.
Wow. There are a lot of moving parts in setting up a podcast. This is a beta release and I continue to tinker with all the things. Special thanks to Marco Arment for saving my ass no less than three times during this process. I’m working on getting The Important Thing feed posted to all the usual places. If you’d like to discuss this podcast, please join the #theimportantthing channel on the Rands Leadership Slack and let’s chat. ↩
Tiff provided this amazing shot of the pens we discuss. ↩
I love SimCity. It’s a wonderful simulation of the urban machinery around us, and a playground for messing with our cities. But it turns out the original game, at least, doesn’t actually work the way it seems.Music by Three Chain Links, Jesse Spillane, Rolemusic, and Lee Rosevere.Thank you to everyone who’s donated via PayPal or Patreon so far — especially Anuar Lequerica, whose very generous monthly pledge is helping me buy new gear to make a better-sounding show.Click here for a direct download.Song credits:The City, It Speaks to Me by Three Chain LinksCityscape Backdrop by Jesse SpillaneScape from the City by RolemusicPuzzle Pieces by Lee Rosevere
Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold says the Trump Foundation doesn’t operate like a typical charity: "[Trump] doesn’t seem to have understood that a charity isn’t set up to benefit you."
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This week Fraser and Federico take another pass at managing tasks on iOS, this time looking at implementing Getting Things Done with OmniFocus on iOS.
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We hope you enjoy this very special Q&A conversation between David Allen and Senior Coach Marian Bateman, interviewed by Rick Kantor. They answer ten of the most frequently asked questions regarding GTD, including "How do you set priorities?", "What do you do when you’re interrupted constantly?", and "How do I get back on track when I miss Weekly Reviews?"
"This story [of This American Life] includes excerpts from a radio documentary called "The Human Button", which originally aired on BBC Radio 4 in December, 2008. For more information visit www.bbc.co.uk/radio4."
Via This American Life 399: Contents Unknown, http://thisamericanlife.org/Radio_Episode.aspx?episode=399
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