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7 Ways to Manage Email So It Doesnt Manage You | LinkedIn

An excellent article by Jeff Weiner at LinkedIn about managing email. Having done IT for several firms, I’ve seen it all. From people who simply can’t keep track, with Inboxes full of thousands of unread messages, to people who over process and over categorize, ending up with one category for each thread and spending 75% […]

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Quandl

I have recently discovered Quandl, which, per their website description: […] has indexed millions of time-series data from over 400 sources. All of Quandl’s datasets are open and free. You can download any Quandl dataset in any format that you want. You can also visualize, save, share, authenticate, validate, upload, index, merge and transform data. […]

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Encrypted messages to kids

Last time I changed job, it meant an increase in commute (from 5 minutes to an hour) which also meant I would not see my kids every morning. So I picked up the habit (since then lost mind you) of setting the table for their breakfast and leaving them a note, wishing them a good […]

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PageOnce Beta

PageOnce is the first Personal Internet Assistant web site. The site is currently in beta but they expect to be fully open for business soon. The site basically allows you to centralize access to a lot of other sites, making it a great birds eye view of your web tool. Accounts are categorized so you […]

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A Nozbe Seinfeldian Chain

A mentioned in the previous post, I am currently testing Nozbe. I was always a fan of the Seinfeldian Chain concept and there are neat applications online already but I was resistant to using yet another application or site everyday. I discovered I could basically use Nozbe for this purpose. All that it really missing […]

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Nozbe

Nozbe (this is an affiliate link) is a web-based project, task and notes management system completely based on the David Allen’s Getting Things Done approach. I heard about this web-based system a while ago and the reviews were very good but I opted against it at the time. At the moment, I am using the […]

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My Journal

In response to a post from Craig at swing-trade-stocks.com, yes I try to keep a journal. Or should I say I keep all the information that should belong in a journal. But I have yet to find the perfect solution to all my needs. Here is an overview of my needs: Keep watch-lists, with charts […]

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A Jing Test

This is a test of Jing (a project of TechSmith). I always find it a lot of work to snapshot and annotate the charts and upload them somewhere to be posted in a blog or a journal later. I think I would journal a lot more if I could do it faster. I am testing […]

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Ugly introduces Wallstreak.com

Ugly, with this post, introduced Wallstreak.com this morning. Wallstreak is live interaction between traders a la Twitters. I love it.

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Review of TradingMarkets.com

I just recently ended a trial of TradingMarkets.com, one of the numerous sources of information on the Internet for stock, options and futures traders of all level. Since I mainly focus on stocks at the moment, this review will do the same. TradingMarkets.com was founded in 1999 by Larry Connors and is headquartered in Los […]

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