Google Notebook

Google is starting to really integrate its 10 million different products. Lately, I’ve been attracted to Google Notebook, which can quickly be used as a GTD tool. I’ve set up my “notebooks” as: inbox (to process) next actions (to do) someday/maybe reference projects When I stumble across something I’m interested in, I simply dump it […]

I Heart Tivo

Tivo is amazing. The company (TIVO) itself, is worthless. I caved in and opted to get a Tivo Series 2 instead of Comcast’s DRV box. The software interface is amazing and it just works period. The benefits are: Season Pass – It records all episodes during the season and changes the recording time if the […]

Atlas Shrugged

The New York Times published a rather interesting article on Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. The 1200 page book I’ve been reading has been inspirational reading to a number of people including Allen Greenspan. Ayn Rand’s philosophy, objectivism, appeals particularly to me because of its applications to free market economics. Further thoughts pending substantial completion of […]

Twitter

I joined the bandwagon and signed up for a twitter account. It’s a way to update everyone on your whereabouts and what’s happening, except 160 characters at a time. Ideally, it’s updated using SMS messages. While it’s too short to really get any message across, if you “follow” another person’s updates, you develop a sense […]

Meyers Briggs Personality: INTP

According to my type test, I am an Introverted iNtuition Thinking Perceiving. INTP types are quiet, thoughtful, analytical individuals who don’t mind spending long periods of time on their own working through problems and forming solutions. They are very curious about systems and how things work, and are frequently found in careers such as science, […]