Just remember that every email you read, re-read, and re-re-re-re-re-read as it sits in that big dumb pile is actually incurring mental debt on your behalf. The interest you pay on email you’re reluctant to deal with is compounded every day and, in all likelihood, it’s what’s led you to feeling like such a useless slacker today.
I know nothing about cameras, but I’m going on a vacation this summer that I’d really like to have a DSLR along for. Since I don’t own one, I’m looking to either buy or rent. I have no idea how fast DSLR technology moves, but am fine with purchasing one as long as it isn’t going to become outdated too quickly. I’ll probably only use it two or three times a year, so I don’t want to buy something that’ll be antiquated by the fifth or sixth time I reach for it. If that’s going to be the case, I’d rather rent up until the point when I think I’d use it more frequently.
I’ve previously borrowed this camera from Nick Theusen, which definitely met my needs, quality-wise. I’m guessing I’d want to buy something similar, though being slightly more compact would be even better. Any suggestions?
When the app launches in the coming weeks, the company’s mobile apps will be updated to let you snooze messages not just to tomorrow, but back to your computer. The feature could come in handy on trips, for example, when you want to clear out most of your inbox until you get back to your desk so you can focus on more urgent messages while you’re traveling.
OS X should connect to iPhone via Bluetooth, use it as a proxy to let me send/receive SMS from my computer
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Specifies how time is mapped to receiver’s time space from the parent time space. For example, if speed is 2.0 local time progresses twice as fast as parent time. Defaults to 1.0.
Every app has a complexity ratio: logical versus visual. If one is high, the other should be low.