Archive for November 2012
“Where’s Wally” is a well known children’s (and adult’s!) entertainment. There is a picture. Hidden, somewhere in that picture, is Wally. Alone or together one pores over the book, hunting desperately for the elusive little man. Sometimes people are in a race to find Wally, and the race is won by being the first to point to Wally.
But what if you had to prove that you had found Wally and won the race without pointing to Wally? Maybe your fellow competitor doesn’t want to miss out on the pleasure of finding him themselves. How could you prove to your friend that you had found Wally without them learning anything about where Wally was? Read the rest of this entry »
This is part 4 of a series of posts which describe the system I use to completely organise my life and everything in it. Part 1 was an introduction, part 2 described Fixed Blocks (FB’s) and part 3 described Anytime Tasks (AT’s). In this part I describe Projects, the last piece of the system I use to organise my time.
This is part 3 of a series of posts, describing how I organise my life and everything in it. Rather than an ad hoc scattering of random ideas hodge-podged together, I had time recently to engineer a system that really works. My life is now much less stressful, much more productive, and much more fun! This makes me a very happy man, and in this post I describe how I organise the Anytime Tasks component of my life. Read the rest of this entry »