Some GrEaT productivity resources

gmail-blackbeltAre You a Gmail ninja? – An assortment of common and less-common Gmail tips, hacks, labs features, and smart suggestions for managing your Gmail world.  Organized into skill levels from white belt to Gmail master, this is a really dang comprehensive resource for Gmail users and […]

Tools I like very much

I’m a dabbler.  Always dabbling.  I have no qualms about handing over my username and password to any webapp that looks useful / worth 5 minutes of my time.  As a result i have A LOT of member accounts all across the internet.  Most of these new sites or services get tossed aside, either […]

Jelly is co-co-co-co-working

jelly4That’s community, collaborative, cooperative, uh…co-working.

And Jelly is a bottom-up approach to getting telecommuters, knowledge workers, and other shut-ins out into the world and sharing. From the website:

Jelly is a casual working event. It’s taken place in over a […]

Merlin Mann Lays It Out: Get Started!

hotdogsladies_tweetI continue to find Mr. Mann’s talks on the business of doing creative things thought-provoking and (yes, at times) inspiring.  He is of course talking to a contemporary generation of what he refers to as knowledge-workers, so the […]

How to be busy in happiness

…or rather, How to be Happy in Business.   Same thing right?  I really enjoy this Venn diagram representation of the balancing/juggling/dance that we do as we work our way through life.


Bud Caddell who keeps […]

10 Principles That Might Make Your Work Better or May Make It Worse

I like this post on AisleOne a lot, i especially like the intro:

I hate the word “tip.” It implies that there’s something that you don’t know. Some secret little gem that, when sprinkled on your work, your creative process, your diet, or your sex life will magically make it all better….Tips are easy. And shallow. […]

Inbox Zero: a new email frontier



I spent the entirety of last week uploading mail from user accounts into the Google.  and what i saw in the process shocked and frightened me!  i saw massive, bloated inboxes, overflowing with unread messages and one-off memos […]

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