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eProductivity V4
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Domino Server on Raspberry Pi
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Why should I invest in my people when they’ll leave anyway?
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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 2
Does your GTD toolkit have support for your cognitive artifacts?
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So much for starting a job productively (or sanely)
Wed, Jun 3rd 2015 6
IBMers sound off on ways to work, new and old
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Domino Server on Raspberry Pi
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Wed, Jan 7th 2015 7
GTD: How to prevent an overload of "due today"
Wed, Mar 11th 2015 6
Technology alone won’t fix how we work (and work together)
Mon, May 4th 2015 6
So much for starting a job productively (or sanely)
Wed, Jun 3rd 2015 6
A great way to work smarter: do one thing at a time
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A new way to work that’s over 10 years old
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IBMers sound off on ways to work, new and old
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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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Why should I invest in my people when they’ll leave anyway?
Mon, Aug 31st 2015 10:45p   Eric Mack
Coaching my clients new levels of workplace performance is my favorite thing about what I do. Sometimes it's hard, but hearing what they say afterward makes it all worth it: Clearly, I wasn't working as efficiently as I could have. Now, I'm creating greater results, with less effort I had no idea such basic shifts in the way that I think about my work and how I use my tools could have such a profound impact on my performance, and my life. Thank you! The last time my inbox was this empt
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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 3:33p   Eric Mack
I sometimes hear the question, "Why should I invest in the tools my people have? We're getting a shiny new tool in a year." To me, what they're really saying is: "Our people are using dull tools now, but that's ok, because in a year they're going to get another, shinier, set of tools, which may or may not be better." Here's a practical application: I was recently talking with a client about expanding eProductivity usage at his company. He wasn't sure he wanted to, because, he said,
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Does your GTD toolkit have support for your cognitive artifacts?
Mon, Jun 15th 2015 8:15p   Eric Mack
Recently, a coaching client asked me for some recommendations for paper-based resources that would help him implement "Getting Things Done." I coach executives and professionals who use a variety of systems and tools. No matter how elaborate your systems, I find it's always helpful to have at least a few physical tools: solid reminders of ideas and tasks can be extremely helpful. Plus, the physical act of writing can help your memory and creative thinking. In light of this, I recommen




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