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Sheldonize: Automated Task Management
Sheldonize: Automated Task Management

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Why procrastination is still a nonsense concept and why you should not feel the slightest bit of guilt when playing Call of Duty: http://iwokeupthismorning.net/2015/03/18/procrastination-part-2/
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I read the excellent book "Making it stick" on how to learn better, and wrote down my notes: http://iwokeupthismorning.net/2015/03/04/stick/

enjoy!
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If you don't know what Ikigai is, you should read http://iwokeupthismorning.net/2015/01/15/ikigai/

And then you should hope that you have it, because if you don't have it, good luck finding out what it is!
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At the closing of the year, read about John Carmack and how he learns and works: http://iwokeupthismorning.net/2014/12/31/masters-of-doom/

And with that we end this year: a happy new year to you and your loved ones from Sheldonize!
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We've added a tour of features that should get new users up and running fast (existing users will also see that pop-up the first time, just click on "End Tour" to stop the tour).
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2014-12-18
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We completed the redesign of sheldonize.com (look&feel only). Some samples are attached. We went for minimal, with a focus on getting out of your way as much as possible.

Also the landing page (the home page) was rewritten to be more simple and tries to sell less.
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We've improved the look&feel of the task/meeting/habit details.
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The details of tasks, meetings, and habits now no longer open in a separate page, but will layer over whatever page you are looking at. This should make it a bit easier to navigate around your tasks and meetings...I'm attaching some pics.

Have a great weekend!
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Do you notice that you are adding a certain task over and over again, daily, weekly? You can make a habit out of any task. This allows you to easily pull in those habits in your task list whenever you need them, without having to add the details for the task each time.
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