Getting things done using Trello

As always, keeping track of what should be done and doing the correct prioritization are the keys of an effective workplace (and of course execution). Try Trello! (It’s free) Look below for tips on how to take control of your workday. A while back we used a free service called Trello to manage a small […]

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How to Go From Working 60 Hours a Week to 40 By Sending 2 Emails a Week

Read this interesting article on how to decrease your workload. Actually thinking about trying it out. What do you say as a manager, good idea? Anyone tried it? How to Go From Working 60 Hours a Week to 40 By Sending 2 Emails a Week | Fire Me I Beg You | Summer of Quitting […]

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Friday bits and pieces 23 May 2014

For this week I have rounded up a few links that I enjoy and hopefully some of you will find these interesting. The Wirecutter – as they say: “a list of the best technology to buy as determined by dozens of hours of research and testing.”. Everything from GPS watches to Razors and more. Whenever I am […]

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Lifelogger – adventure/kids camera

Well, found this today. Kind of an alternative to Google Glass, a video recorder on your head (but no screen). Looks a bit silly, like those bluetooth headsets people sometimes forget to take off. But with small kids, I realize that having both arms free could make them relax and play more naturally in front […]

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Friday bits and pieces 16 May 2014

For this week I have rounded up a few links that I enjoy and hopefully some of you will find these interesting. Jenslabs – Swedish guy building a lot of interesting technical things Arduino Zero – a new board jointly developed by Arduino and Atmel Matthias Wandel – a technical woodworker, building his own bandsaw, dust collector etc. […]

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100 TED talks in 5 minutes

Interesting article. 70 hours of TED talks condensed down to 100 incredible things you need to know about productivity, becoming a better human, people, technology and earth (and beyond). Well worth spending a few minutes on. You Can Easily Learn 100 TED Talks Lessons In 5 Minutes Which Most People Need 70 Hours For  

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How Evernote makes my life easier

Evernote is a great way of organizing your life. It is a free cloud synced notebook available from your computer, smartphone and tablet. You are able to save and share text, pictures, web pages, PDFs and more. My main uses for Evernote are: Storing receipts and warranty info I scan the receipts using my printer/scanner […]

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Vad är viktigast 2014, stickad halsduk eller egen hemsida?

Intressant blogginlägg om skolan och dess förberedelser av eleverna inför framtiden. Personligen så har jag haft nytta av både träslöjden och syslöjden och hoppas verkligen att den består. Samtidigt är det viktigt att skolan ser till att eleverna är förberedda för arbetsmarknadens behov. “På min tid” fick man lära sig programmera hemma på kammaren. Så […]

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