kung fu grippe


  1. At its most crass level, an email sabbatical is when you make all of your email bounce. But you can’t simply turn off your email without pissing off countless people in your life. Thus, an email sabbatical is actually a series of steps to let you step away from your inbox guilt-free and return to an empty inbox upon your return.

    How to Take an Email Sabbatical

    As danah boyd prepares for her impending parenting leave1, it’s as good a time as any to revisit her thoughtful classic about email sabbaticals.

    Still inspires me.


    1. Yay, danah! 

  2. 🔥⌚💩🚽

Yeah. That’s right.

I just spent 45 minutes adding emoji icons to all my Drafts actions.

Because I’m productive.

    🔥⌚💩🚽

    Yeah. That’s right.

    I just spent 45 minutes adding emoji icons to all my Drafts actions.

    Because I’m productive.

  3. On Chasing the Right “Zero”

    Not to be all “Merlin Mann” or anything, but, maybe somebody will find this useful.

    I was recently asked to talk about how I think about the infamous Inbox Zero these days, and here’s what I said:

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  4. Feel free to use this for your own purposes, too.

    Feel free to use this for your own purposes, too.

  5. tj:

~”I had a very productive day!”~

    tj:

    ~”I had a very productive day!”~

    (via tj)

  6. Introducing “ū—”: A Distraction-Free Writing Environment

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Experience “ū—”: The Last Distraction-Free Writing Environment You’ll Buy. Today.

    PORTLAND, OR - The Ourobouros Fun Factory, LLC is proud to announce a revolutionary new tool for serious artists doing serious work. It’s a distraction-free writing environment that we call “ū—" (pron. "YOOOoooouuuuu…”). And, it’s going to change the way you think about thinking about maybe writing some day forever.

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