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Hourly & Block Scheduling Tips for a Productive Day

What I’ve come to find over time is that highly efficient people tend to use some kind of scheduling system to help them manage their days in a more organized and productive manner than most. 1,280 more words

Goal-Setting Challenges

Carbon Intensity of Power Sector Down in 2019

By EurekAlert – Re-Blogged From WUWT

Engineers from Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation have compiled carbon emissions for the U.S. electric power sector for the second quarter (Q2) of 2019 as part of the CMU Power Sector Carbon Index. 642 more words

Energy Policy

Too Many People Wearing Too Many Hats

Journalism’s greatest fault is the same fault as every other industry: market forces. It is subject to the incentive to squeeze a maximum amount of work out of each individual worker and when the supply of workers is infinite, the workflow is distorted by high turnover. 600 more words


WET vs DRY : What's the right lube for your bicycle?

Lubricants play an important role in maintaining friction & resistance in any machinery. The ultimate machinery we deem godly is the bicycle – so what difference does a lube make in this mechanism? 567 more words


Dreams of the future: what happened?

I have fond memories of emerging technology from my childhood. I remember listening, in awe, as my father put a pair of headphones on me and played a track from Pink Floyd’s Ummagumma with wonderful sounds clearly coming from the left and right, and a bee buzzing in one ear and not the other. 596 more words

How I See The World

Why can't everybody be as efficient as I am

“Frustrations about others is a game called hide and seek, where I do not want to be seen.” ~ Sylvia Simone Gerssen

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that I am more efficient than others based on moments of frustration with my outside world.

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