Randal Koene on Activity Logging

October 11, 2010

From the Bay Area QS Show&Tell meetup: Randal Koene shows his Linux project “dil2al” (detailed item lists to activity lists). Every 20 minutes, Randal gets a prompt asking him to log his activities and recommending possible task changes according to his set priorities. He’s been using this system since 1999, as a memory assist and a fun way to be productive.

Randal Koene – “dil2al” from Gary Wolf on Vimeo.

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