Recently I was involved in a conversation around the use of ‘cycling for transport,’ which for the purposes of that discussion largely involved commuting to and/or from work by bicycle. It was really interesting to be part of a discussion of like minded people who really enjoyed cycling and who also understood the huge untapped […]
This post has been a week in the making, but it is now ready to publish. Last weekend, Aotearoa held their general election. National won with an overwhelming majority. And I lost the plot. I want to start this post with an apology – because I also want to give some context to some of […]
Update: I have been using this system since writing this post back in April and it is working really well. The “!Do” label in Gmail functions excellently across all devices, and despite trying a few other apps in the meantime which have promised “email bliss”, nothing has beaten this system for me. I have however […]
With my work as the producer at 2ndcity Studios, my goal is to make management of the studio and also running of the game team efficient but also have the functionality we need – tracking tasks, time, sharing files, sharing updates, IM, messaging, shared calendaring, etc, etc. For the past two years, we have been […]
I was really impressed with Robert Scoble’s ‘system‘ last year of whittling down his apps to his top 100, by deleting any he hadn’t used recently. (I forget what the exact criteria was, I think it was if he didn’t use it in a certain month, he deleted it.) Whilst I haven’t gone through the […]
Recently, I realised that my life had descended into chaos. I was working in my first ‘proper’ full time job since leaving university, and I found myself becoming overwhelmed with all of the things that I had to do. I really felt like I needed (and wanted) to Get Things Done – but just couldn’t work out how.
This is amazing. A great talk from a great man. I almost want to keep this one to myself!
Lent? Really? One of the things that I have been realising recently is the immense depth and richness that can be found in some of the age old traditions of the church.
An Epic Tale Does this video ring true with you? I know that when I first saw this DVD series, I was quite captivated by the concept. Life as a story? It sounded intriguing, and yet, remarkably simple at the same time.
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Last weekend my wife and I were lucky enough to visit Tiritiri Matangi thanks to a GrabOne voucher. I had heard a lot about “Tiri” but never been so was very keen. During the ferry trip there, we came across a pod of dolphins – there must have been around 20 to 30 of them […]