After sharing their thoughts on GTD, Chris and Jeff talk with David Sparks, a man who needs no introduction with GTD. The three of them talk about their task managers of choice, dealing with overwhelm in their GTD lives, and David shares a wealth of insight in getting started with getting your tasks in order.
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This week at the Productivityist Podcast, motivational speaker, and author Terri Savelle Foy hops on to talk about creating inner space by decluttering!
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Today’s episode is a chat with Jody Crane, MD, MBA and Chuck Noon, PhD. They are talking about their outstanding book The Definitive Guide to Emergency Department Operational Improvement: Employing Lean Principles with Current ED Best Practices to Create the “No Wait” Department.
Dr. Crane is an Emergency Physician practicing at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virginia. From 2002 to 2009, he served as the Business Director of his group, Fredericksburg Emergency Medical Alliance. He currently serves as a faculty member in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and is also faculty at the University of Tennessee’s College of Business.
Dr. Noon is a Professor of the Management Science Program in the Department of Management. He joined the faculty in the fall of 1987 after completing his Ph.D. in Industrial & Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan. He is also a founding member of the UT Physician Executive MBA Program.Post continues after ad…
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Aimee Mann by Vianca Fuster
This weekend we brought you TWO Studio Milwaukee Sessions! Following Sampha’s Session on Saturday, songstress Aimee Mann will be stopped by on Sunday, April 30th to share some tunes before her show that night at The Pabst Theater.
Brilliant singer-songwriter Aimee Mann came to the national spotlight in 1984 with the song “Voices Carry” by her band ‘Til Tuesday. Since then, she has gone on to a successful solo career, distributing her own music via her label SuperEgo Records, recording a Christmas album, and getting her toe cut off in the movie The Big Lebowski.
Stream the Studio Milwaukee session and interview with Aimee Mann below:
This week Fraser and Federico take their Apple Pencils in hand and share some notes on taking notes with the iPad Pro.
Listen to Episode 3 of Slate’s Negotiation Academy (or scroll down for a player containing every episode): You can also download the program here, or r …
The Talk Show
‘Fully Charged Pencil’, With Special Guest Jason Snell
Saturday, 21 November 2015
Special guest Jason Snell joins the show to talk about iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, how iOS still feels like iPhone OS at a fundamental level, and Don Norman and Bruce Tognazzini’s overwrought “How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name” article for Fast Company. Also: the new membership program at Six Colors.
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Jason, writing at Macworld, on the iPad Pro’s keyboard shortcomings.
Don Norman and Bruce Tognazzini, writing at Fast Company: “How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name”.
Ferrite Recording Studio: a full-fledged iOS audio editing app.
Susie is joined by Dan Benjamin for a rousing discussion of the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, the shape of things, and weird music.
Marketing guru and board game nerd Cory Casoni joins Antony to roll the dice and move his mice, while explaining that everyone who unjustly maligns “Monopoly” is simply playing it wrong.
Merlin Mann returns for his annual visit to Mac Power Users. We discuss hardware and software updates and if it’s necessary to keep up the latest and greatest, Merlin’s growing use of iOS over Mac OS, and kids and technology use.
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