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eProductivity V4
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Does your GTD toolkit have support for your cognitive artifacts?
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So much for starting a job productively (or sanely)
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IBMers sound off on ways to work, new and old
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I’ve heard we’re switching to Outlook/Verse/something else, so why should I invest in eProductivity until then?
Thu, Jun 18th 2015 11
Domino Server on Raspberry Pi
Sun, Oct 4th 2015 10
Why your late night emails are hurting your team (from Harvard Business Review)
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Will IBM Verse make you more productive than before?
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Why is so much being done and nothing being accomplished?
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The most useful view in IBM Lotus Notes that you’re not using
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So much for starting a job productively (or sanely)
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eProductivity V4
Wed, Feb 24th 2016 6
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eProductivity V4
Wed, Feb 24th 2016 2:02p   Eric Mack
After 10 years of development, eProductivity has proven to be a stable product; however, there's always room for improvement and the occasional fixes. :-) This release of eProductivity includes many new features to facilitate working with archives as well as various new productivity features. Here are a few highlights; for more details, see here. Productivity Features Added To speed up filing emails, the 'Send & File' and 'Move to Folder' menus now display the last three fol
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Domino Server on Raspberry Pi
Sun, Oct 4th 2015 2:50a   Eric Mack
I have a Domino server which I've kept on the shelf for the past 10 years because it runs a legacy application that I use occasionally. It's been running just fine -- nonstop -- for more than a decade. It doesn't need much processing power nor does it need much disk space. I've though about how I might preserve it and keep it running and I have considered using either a VM or a mini ATX server. Last year, Hackaday, one of my favorite hacking sites, had an article on how to load a limited




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