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  • HeyScottyJ - No PKM necessary

    The concept of Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) is flawed in that it fails to recognize that there is more to knowledge management than simply collecting, storing, and organizing data. Rather, knowledge management is a process of transforming data into information and then into knowledge through the application of cognitive processes.

    While PKM tools can be helpful in collecting, organizing, and connecting the information you gather, it is up to you to do something with that information to turn it into knowledge.

  • Ultimate Calendar Hack, How to Negotiate. & More

    At the end of every weekday, I go through and color-code my calendar from the day that just finished. Green = Energy Creating Yellow = Neutral Red = Energy Draining. I don’t spend too much time thinking about which bucket each item fell into—I try to trust my gut.

    I like this idea of color coding the calendar to show what gives you energy vs. what drains your energy. It could be a great way to work on balancing things out. I’m not sure I’ll do it, but I’ll keep it in mind.

  • Your words are wasted

    Your words are wasted - Scott Hanselman’s Blog Written in 2012. “Every developer should have a blog.” Put yourself out there and make it findable. And still, you tweet giving all your life’s precious remaining keystrokes to a company and a service that doesn’t love or care about you - to a service … read more