Reducing the white noise by scrutinizing your inputs

Cleaning up my Linked-In groups From recent experience: I was looking through my Linked-In feeds and noted just how much junk I found in there. Maybe I'm not selective enough, I thought. An ideal moment to clean up some of the accumulated mess that provided too high a level of white noise in recent months. … Continue reading Reducing the white noise by scrutinizing your inputs

iOS & Mac – frictionless workflow with ubiquitous tools

I used to own an AndroidActually, I owned two. My first one was a HTC Magic, which I rooted after a week to see what I could do with it. These were the times of unlocked and unencrypted boot loaders, with Android operating systems being improved in the wild. I really enjoyed tinkering with it. … Continue reading iOS & Mac – frictionless workflow with ubiquitous tools

My blogging workflow (or, do I need another writing app?)

Workflows are about optimizing your personal processDeveloping workflows have the advantage of allowing you to optimize your work process. This will allow you to become more efficient in the future. The disadvantage then is that you need to invest the time now. And workflows take some time to develop. While personal workflows are inherently personal, … Continue reading My blogging workflow (or, do I need another writing app?)