Tech: Links for 29th October, 2019

  1. Aadisht writes on his blog about a podcast he listened to recently, about journaling. Worth reading, and maybe listen to the podcast too? I haven’t.
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  2. I used this service for a long time, and did daily journaling fairly regularly for a period of about three, maybe four years. But OhLife wasn’t financially viable, and since then, I just haven’t been able to get into the habit again. It was a very simple service – every night, at 8.30, they’d send you an email, asking you to log your entry, and over time, they’d show you what you’d written a week, month or year ago. Haven’t found anything as good, or as simple, since.
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  3. Tim Ferriss explains his morning routine when it comes to journaling, and explains its importance.
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  4. Zapier lists out ten journaling apps (I don’t have a clear favorite…)…
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  5. As does Lifehacker.

Tech: Links for 10th September, 2019

Five tech products that I really like the sound of. The cost of this blog is two hours of Googling, but on balance? Worth it. Note: I haven’t used these products – this is neither a recommendation nor an endorsement. I just enjoyed learning more about them, and the problem they’re trying to solve.

  1. Airtable.
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  2. Zapier.
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  3. Notion.
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  4. Slack. I’ve been trying to get folks at Gokhale Institute to use Hangouts, but the struggle is real!
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  5. Todoist.