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  1. One GTD System or Two?

    In this video, Todd Brown and Robert Peake talk about the pros and cons of maintaining one GTD® system versus two (i.e. personal and professional), and give practical tips for understanding your options and making best use of your system(s) overall.

    Getting Things Done® (GTD®) provides an essential tool in reducing stress levels, increasing productivity, and improving your overall quality of life.

    Next Action Associates is the only certified UK partner of the David Allen Company and provides training and coaching in the popular GTD methodology, for anyone wanting to achieve more with less stress.

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  2. View from the Top: Craig Federighi

    Craig Federighi (B.S. ‘91, M.S. ‘93 CS), the senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, Inc., delivers some "Questionable Advice from One Very Lucky Berkeley Engineer."

    This View from the Top conversation with Dean Tsu-Jae King Liu was delivered Nov. 21, 2019, in Banatao Auditorium at UC Berkeley. It was co-hosted by the College of Engineering and the Berkeley chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).

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  3. Tim Cook Talks Tech Privacy in Stanford University Commencement Speech

    “Don’t waste your time living someone else’s life.”

    Apple CEO Tim Cook gives graduates his advice at the Stanford University commencement.

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  4. Rush Limbaugh’s Take on Apple’s Latest System Upgrades (Apple Music, FaceTime, etc.)

    Rush Limbaugh (12/9/15): "… It all runs through FaceTime, so go to FaceTime on your Mac or on your iPad and that will trigger the way you activate that device from your phone. …"

    Rush Limbaugh’s Take on Apple’s System Upgrades (Apple Music, FaceTime, etc.)

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  5. Rush Limbaugh on New Apple TV Screensavers

    Rush Limbaugh (10/30/15): "… I found a way to incorporate the screen savers with the new Apple TV. What they are is slow motion videos of Hong Kong, Hawaii, London, Los Angeles, New York…"

    Rush Limbaugh on New Apple TV Screensavers

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  6. Podcast: Help Facebook support the web

    The domination of the web by Facebook is just as much a problem for bloggers as it is for journalists. Fact. People want to read stuff in Facebook, they do — it’s great, but when our stuff appears there, the links to pages on the web are missing. And if we use a little styling in the post, like bold or italic, that’s gone too. No titles and no ability to include a podcast.Facebook says "But it works in mobile through Instant Articles, and that’s where everyone reads these days."Yes. But I want these features in the web version of Facebook. Because we’re talking about the web, where web writers work. It’s like D’oh. It finally dawned on me that’s the bug.I think most users are aware there’s a problem but have trouble expressing what the problem is. I am very focused on it because I’ve been developing new blogging software for the web. I want to cross-post on Facebook without losing the links, styling, titles, and enclosures. That’s it. That’s the problem. Once Facebook supports this, the problem goes away and we can stop bothering them. Until it’s solved we will watch the web continue to decline, and a very good art, linking, will diminish. I’m sure Facebook doesn’t want to cause this, but they are causing it just the same.The blogosphere does amazing things. Little wonder the amazingness is slowing down these days because we’re being cut off from our air supply — readers. Mobile isn’t everything. For the web, it’s the web that matters. Just give us a few of the features of IA in the web version of FB and we’re happy campers.Call to action In this 15-minute podcast there are three calls to action.1. If you’re the person who decides whether or not to add web support to FB posts, please do it. You’ll be happy you did. I promise.2. If you’re a technology influencer please support this effort to convince Facebook to open itself up to the open web through linking, style, titles and podcasting. 3. No matter who you are please listen to the podcast. It’s a good story. Just 15 minutes.

    http://scripting.com/2016/08/26/pleaseHelpFacebookSupportTheOpenWeb.html

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