Applying Unix Philosophy to Personal Productivity

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jan 29, 2008 5:25 AM EDT
lifehacker; By Gina Trapani
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Reprogramming your personal workflow with a productivity system is a lot like programming computer software: given a stream of incoming information and tasks, you set up holding spaces and logical rules for turning it all into action. Like software that automates activities, good productivity systems take the thinking out of what to do with incoming data, and make it a no-brainer to turn those bits into an accomplishment.

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