Lifehacking and Getting Things Done

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Productivity tricks that programmers devise and employ to cut through information overload and organize their data. Wikipedia Lifehack(ing)
  • 3. Lifehack Solving everyday problems
    • RSS
    • E-mail (Gmail)
    • Websites UI
    • >>>Accelerating Workflow
  • 4. Lifehacking Blogs – lifehacker.com
  • 5. Lifehacking Blogs – makeuseof.com
  • 6. Lifehacking Blogs – lifehack.org
  • 7. Lifehacking Blogs – labnol.org
  • 8. Lifehacking Blogs – labnol.org
  • 9. Lifehacking Blogs – the list goes on…
    • zenhabits.net
    • 43folders.com
    • micropersuasion.com
    • lifehacker.biz
    • ghacks.net
    • del.icio.us/popular/lifehacks
  • 10. Lifehacking Blogs – Features & Suggestions
    • Updated around the clock
    • Various topics on lifehacking
    • A lot of times linkblogs used (via)
    • They fill your RSS Reader inbox quickly.
  • 11. Getting Things Done – Weapons of choice
    • Mozilla Firefox + Addons
    • Aide RSS
    • Gmail
    • del.icio.us
    • twitter
    • dropbox & box.net
  • 12. Getting Things Done – Aide RSS
    • Filtering out the noise from RSS feeds or blogs so you don’t have to.
    • Collecting nr. Of Diggs, del.icio.us saves, Technorati, comments etc.
  • 13. Getting Things Done – Aide RSS
  • 14. Getting Things Done – Aide RSS
  • 15. Getting Things Done – Website UI
  • 16. Mozilla Firefox + Stylish + Greasemonkey
    • Stylish -
    • manipulation of web pages and XUL application
    • change user interfaces through the use of CSS or userstyles
    • userstyles.org
    • Greasemonkey
    • write scripts that alter the web pages you visit
    • make a web site more readable or more usable
    • alter pages so they work better with assistive technologies
    • make two sites more interconnected
    • userscripts.org
  • 17. Stylish
    • Using Stylish for changing the UI of a website.
  • 18. Stylish - Google Reader
  • 19. Stylish – Gmail
  • 20. Stylish – Gmail
  • 21. Stylish – Gmail
  • 22. Stylish – Gmail
  • 23. Stylish – del.icio.us
  • 24. Stylish – del.icio.us
  • 25. del.icio.us Use del.icio.us as a tool to collect links, items and posts from your readers.
  • 26. Greasemonkey
    • Using Greasemonkey to “enhance” a website.
  • 27. Greasemonkey – myspace.com
  • 28. Greasemonkey
    • Integrate Google Reader into Gmail
    • Use an HTML signature on Gmail
    • “ Add to Twiter” button on Google Reader
    • Change the interface of Flickr for picture viewing
    • Add scripts to find Twitter spammers
    • The possibilities are endless…
  • 29. Twitter
    • Use Twitter to find useful services and information
  • 30. twitter.com
  • 31. twitter.com
  • 32. twitter.com + hashtags.org
  • 33. Online File Storage
    • Dropbox & Box.net
  • 34. Dropbox
  • 35. Dropbox Just in case,10 invites are for grabbing
  • 36. Box.net
  • 37. Box.net
  • 38. Box.net
  • 39. After the 38 th slide (?) comes the 39 th …
    • The web is big
    • Information (overload) is increasing.
    • There are “tools” that can make a difference.
    • Use them to be more productive.
  • 40.