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Monthly Archives: January 2006

Rediscovering FreeMind

Another couple of great episodes on The Personal Productivity Show, #020 with Chuck Frey on mind mapping sofwares and #021 with Jason Womack on GTD. The series is a great help and both truly entertaining and inspirational. Chuck Frey, a leading expert on mind mapping, runs both Innovation Tools, whose Friday updates are a must, […]

MindManager for the Mac

A comment of the Mindjet blog indicates that a Mindmanager for the Mac is in the making. This sounds like a very exciting development, even if NovaMind keeps improving. Erratum. This is very strange! As Anomymous rightly point out in his comment, I have misread the post in question! My deepest apologies.

Weapons of mass productivity

Des Paroz of the Personal Productivity Podcast has today on his blog a very interesting new post on his favourite productivity applications. There he very rightly stresses “that it is important to focus on working with your productivity system, as opposed to on it. I see a classic trap (one that I have been guilty […]

Virtual Reading Room

I have been toying for a few days with the idea of switching to using wordpress for my blog. For the time being I thought it would be a good experiment to try and transfer my very own “Virtual Reading Room” from my website to a new wordpress site. It is now available at virtualreadingroom.wordpress.com. […]

Presentation design

Doing the rounds of the blogs I read regularily, I have come accross a link to a new blog: “Let the Good Times Roll” by Guy Kawasaki, who is a PowerPoint guru. He is “trying to evangelize the 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint. It’s quite simple: a PowerPoint presentation should have ten slides, last no more […]