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About Anarchy in the Office

It’s 8 am on Tuesday. I walk into the office to find only one person there. I take my seat at my favourite spot by the window and check my emails. 1,183 more words

Worklife Hacks

Dr. Manhattan 2: Reductionism, life, and miracles

A live body and a dead body contain the same number of particles. Structurally, there’s no discernible difference. Life and death are unquantifiable abstracts. Why should I be concerned?

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Network flatness

This is the last post in a short series examining the benefits and drawbacks of thinking about the world in terms of ‘networks’ .  Earlier on, I gave an introduction to… 986 more words

(re)thinking Media

The key ingredients of self-organisation

A while ago I wrote this post about unlimited holiday policy at mondora.com. A few months on, I would like to tell you about how things are working. 641 more words

Worklife Hacks

The best productivity tool on the market is affordable for all

This article is a follow-up on a more thorough analysis about the ultimate self-organisation system.

As you already know, the ultimate self-organisation system doesn’t exist, and any quest to search for it is doomed by definition. 544 more words


Of notepad and actions log

Yesterday, I decided that I would change the way I was managing my workload at work. I was using wunderlist until now, an app designed to manage to-do lists a bit in the GTD mode. 548 more words

Lil' Thought

Experiences of Self Organised Learning...

I’ve written before about Self Organised Learning Environments (SOLEs), and the opening of SOLE Central at Newcastle University. I have problems with the research, as I do with all the research that I read, but overall I think it’s an interesting concept. 967 more words