I’ve discovered a great tool to manage my breathing_time project: Trello. It’s a free on-line tool for managing tasks. It’s really easy to work with and it has greatly cleared my head in 30 minutes. You just create a board for a project. Add a list (project part) and fill that list with tasks (cards). You can add parameters to every card/task such as due date, sub tasks in a list, comments and even upload files. So it’s great to generate an overview of all that has to be done. At the same time it can serve as sketchbook to quickly jot down ideas and later look into them in more detail.
I’ve downloaded EverNote to collect all the different materials and notes
for my numuseum house/hermitage.
I’ve just uploaded the first version of my book to Blurb. I’m pretty excited
about it and can’t wait to see the result. Blurb offers all kinds of online
tools for promotion. Just look at this cool browse widget!
Pete Hartwell shows how HP’s ultra sensitive accelerometer can be used to
detect heart disease by measuring the phase between a patients breath and