The following will allow a visual project-level overview of what is on your plate. It is comprised of 3 files: a python script, a CSS file and a PDF README file (a copy of this post). It can be executed from the terminal or as a system service using the macOS Automator app (thus never needing to open a terminal and can be associated to a keyboard short cut).
Almost there! Quite surprisingly, I hadn’t written html code since I completed my PhD in 1996. From 1993 to 1996, I created and maintained our
In a previous blog post entitled Adding an efficient, higher-level project view layer to Things 3: a proposal , I put forth that while Things 3 is
For sometimes now, I went fully digital when attending meetings (one on one, research, scientific congress or even committee meetings). I adopted the iPad for that task
Things Blog is announcing a give away for the latest version of Things for iPhone and iPad and a good amount off the Mac version. Been
I design, plan, execute and complete projects on a regular basis for quite a number of years now. As a researcher, it is an integral
It is not enough to be busy… The question is: what are we busy about? ― Henry David Thoreau Productivity is not the same creativity,
For those who might not have read the first post in this series about the hardware side of things, please have a look: Digital Office I