Latest blog posts
A list of free ambient noise generators that can help you to focus, get into the flow, and relax.
AppleScript and Alfred workflow to move Omnifocus tasks to random dates (just like in the the iOS version).
AppleScript and Alfred workflow to change the number of days shown in Calendar's week view.
Giving presentations is about engaging the audience and making connections. Here are my tips on how to design and deliver a great talk.
Simple Alfred workflow with an AppleScript that allows you to move task quickly to a point in time after your vacations or a deadline. You can easily adapt it without any programming skills whatsoever.
Music and sound in general can be powerful tools to improve your productivity. Here I share my tricks on how to use them to turn a day around, to focus, to relax and how to get into the flow.
It is easier to remember a couple of rules than hundreds of snippets.
I show you my power tips on how you can use nvALT in academia. The possibilities are limitless.
Tips and trick to deal with time zones. Great webpages, Alfred workflows and how to let Fantastical do the work.
Alfred 2 has, among so many other great features, the possibility to search directly in the web from the Alfred task window. Here is a list of great ways to use this search function and how to define your own customized searches.
A couple of quick and dirty tricks for proofreading including an Automator Service
Workflow to get your LaTeX-style equations onto your Keynote slides
Here I share a couple of tricks, TextExpander snippets, AppleScripts, and an Alfred 2 workflow that allow you to defer your tasks in Omnifocus quickly with the keyboard.
Here is a little AppleScript that you can use to prepare your laptop before starting a presentation (e.g., mute volume, switch off unnecessary programs, etc.). You can easily extent and adapt it.
There are a couple of core values that a crucial for being productive. One is honesty. Here are a number of reasons why.
Do you want to be more productive and have much less stress? Here I gave an introduction to Getting Things Done (by David Allen), which can make you remarkably productive with being much more relaxed at the same time.