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Monday, 04 December 2006

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Liv

Christian--
I must say I haven't read your spot in quite a while, but wanted to let you know that I've thoroughly enjoyed the rerelease. :) And good to know your favorite lipstick-- most men wouldn't know where to begin.

Sonia Sanchez

Why have you not been posting lately?

Copyright © Sonia

Christian Campbell

Sonia: I've been busy with other things. Historically, I seem to post in spells. Anyway, I don't worry about it at all... if I did, I'd be disinclined to post even as much as I do.

FWIW, it's possible I may sustain a high posting rate for some time sometime. I'm very interested in blogging (to express myself, to benefit others, and to speak to my friends). For a few months now I've been writing notes about topics to write about at nearly the same WPM at which I've tended to write actual posts, so I feel there may be a slew on the way. =-)

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worth reading twice

  • Adam Greenfield: Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing

    Adam Greenfield: Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing
    An excellent overview of the human concerns implicated by the coming (and already here) pervasive computing / ambient informatics. Designers need to read this. (****)

  • David Allen: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity

    David Allen: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
    I've read 100 "time management" books. This is the only one I recommend. Read it. I'm implementing the entire book, but it's easy to find gold nuggets which, implemented in isolation, will raise your productivity. The reason is that these techniques accept, rather than fight, the nature of our minds and our world. Consider this: You can't manage time at all. You get exactly 24 hours each day, during which you can manage actions. Relatedly, you don't manage priorities — you have them. It is counterproductive to pretend your priorities are other than what they are. (*****)

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