Wondering where did all the time go? Maybe you are also trapped in the Bermuda triangle of productivity.
You are working on something important and don’t want your office colleagues / co-workers to interrupt you during that time. How do you achieve this?
Whether you are at the computer or using a smartphone, there are plenty of things happening around you simultaneously that can distract you from the task at hand. But that switch from one thing to another is not always random because some distractions are often more important than others.
Bumptop is a unique 3D desktop for Windows that lets you arrange items on your computer desktop just like the way you would organize stuff on your cluttered physical desk.
If you’ve feeling feeling overwhelmed with the sheer volume of email messages that hit your Inbox each day, try these four ideas and tips that should help reduce your overall email burden without interrupting your incoming flow of information.
Speed Launch is a new app launcher from the Office Labs team that lets you assign aliases to your favorite programs, web pages and local documents.
Managing the flood of email messages that most of us need to interact with on a daily basis is a growing challenge. This free PDF from David Allen will help you manage email overload better.
You can turn any USB Flash drive or an iPod into a personal computer with all your software programs, application settings and data. It is more secure and private that using a public terminal because no traces are left once you pop out the pen drive.
Deskload allows you to store your bookmarks online in a same way that you organize your desktop icons. Move and place your bookmarks, customize your desktop wallpaper and access your browser bookmarks from any computer.
When you access internet on a mobile phone, typing long addresses and keywords in Google is tedious. With Boopsie, finding web pages, latest news, street addresses, word meanings becomes simple.
The top time-wasting activities are making personal use of the Internet (including email), socializing with colleagues, conducting personal business, spacing out, running errands, making phone calls, applying for jobs, planning personal events, and arriving late or leaving early.
The answer is for companies to hire people with compatible values and trust them to make the right decisions about how to use e-mail. Individuals should have the option when to send a message, use the phone or talk to someone in person.