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Everyday Life

Digital decluttering

In order to clear the way for fresh projects in 2019 I am currently in the process of cleaning up my digital clutter. I have files, photos and folders all over the place. Some is on my computer at work, some on a laptop at home, some on external drives, memory sticks, Dropbox – it’s […]

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General

Limited edition

Do limits annoy you? Do you wish you had more money, time, brains or beauty? Consider that perhaps limits on our lives may serve a good purpose.

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Society

Reading online

A friend of mine posted a link to an interesting article about what people actually get rewarded for as they wade through the murky interwebs: Because reading is fundamental– Jeff Atwood, on Coding Horror. We’ve got it all wrong rewarding people for how often they post/comment (talk). We should reward them for how much they […]

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Blogging

What message is this medium giving you?

Does the tool I write with determine the message I write?

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Update

Netted recently, April 8

It seems to be a trendy thing for bloggers to post a weekly (or daily in some cases!) list of links to items on the internet that have caught their interest. Being a very untrendy person myself I have avoided this, but am beginning to see the usefulness of it as a way to empty […]

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General

My fridge is smarter than my soul

How come a fridge is smarter than my soul? I drift and drift and completely lose internal stability before realizing that some work needs to be done to get back to where I should be.

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Everyday Life

75 iPod-free days

It is now 75 days since I committed myself to going iPod-free for 100 days. During that time I have only listened to a smattering of music and three sermons from my iPod, all while it was plugged into the speakers in our kitchen (which was permissible under my plan). What have I learned from this experience so far? The […]

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Everyday Life

100 iPod free days

I made a resolution yesterday. I was considering how I use my iPod to fill in odd snippets of time such as waiting for the bus, walking the dogs or doing odd jobs around home, and realized how little time I leave without external input into my thoughts. So I have resolved to go without my iPod for 100 days. I will not carry it […]