6 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Blog

Darren Rowse writes: Many business owners I speak to who aren’t bloggers scoff at the idea of having a blog. They look at their business and wonder who on earth would want to read about it. But whether you’re a mechanic, baker, home cleaner, or a landscape designer, you can be sure that a blog … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Blog

Why Twylah is my ultimate lifestream repository…

There are three main reasons why I think of Twylah as my ULTIMATE lifestream repository. First, let me share a definition of 'lifestreaming' for those of you unfamiliar with the concept: The term lifestream was coined by Eric Freeman and David Gelernter at Yale University in the mid-1990s to describe "...a time-ordered stream of documents … Continue reading Why Twylah is my ultimate lifestream repository…

The Tools David Allen Uses to Get Things Done

Lifehacker curated this story from The Atlantic: GTD guru David Allen recently spoke in an interview with The Atlantic about all the things that keep him organized and productive. He uses a combination of low-tech tools and digital applications to accomplish what he says is the number one thing people need to do to gain … Continue reading The Tools David Allen Uses to Get Things Done

Getting Things Done [GTD] in Curation; Another Pass…

I'm always trying to explain things in a way that is as simple as possible but no simpler, so I thought of another way to take a pass at David Allen's Getting Things Done [GTD] principles as applied to the curation process. Here is the workflow map: Here is how I apply it to the … Continue reading Getting Things Done [GTD] in Curation; Another Pass…