I’m excited… more than a little… to share a paper I just read (and re-read.) It includes some required lessons for all app designers, but especially those in the productivity space. Published by the University College of London’s Interaction Centre, it’s entitled “Beyond Self-Tracking and Reminders – Designing Smartphone Apps […]
I recently published an infographic that summarizes my article comparing Listers vs. Schedulers. Let me know your thoughts about it privately, on Twitter.
I just released a new post on Medium about notifications, interruptions and notifications that will occupy the attention of 2Time Labs for the next several months. It’s a new concept called “The Notified Self” – the vision of a professional who is perfectly notified by the digital ecosystem formed by […]
I just gave an update on a project underway here at 2Time Labs called “Can Time Be Managed?” Check this link for a short post on my book’s website.
I continue to enjoy Quora – the question and answer website in which thought-leaders can interact with other users in a close, social network. It’s a great opportunity to bring the latest research, plus the ideas here at 2Time Labs, with a much wider audience. Here are some of the […]
Here’s a new way to discover the research data behind time management – especially the stuff that’s most recent. Simply follow my hashtag “#scienceoftimemanagement” on Twitter. (Sometimes it shows up without the hashtag – just “scienceoftimemanagement.”) It’s simple. I have two Twitter accounts – @2TimeLabs and @fwade. The first one […]
Time Grabbers are colleagues who have found novel ways to waste your time. In this column, I explore their ability to do so via meetings that either should never have been called, or are badly run. I suggest a few technologies that already exist plus a new one that I […]
If you have ever wandered around the Internet looking for a discussion of ideas related to time-based productivity, you may have foundered. Here are the best forums and chat-rooms I have found, all listed in one place. Enjoy!
One of the frequent complaints I hear about corporate life is the time wasted in two activities you cannot quite ignore without incurring a social cost: email and meetings. In this article, I suggest that there should be an email app that gives immediate feedback to a sender, and argue […]