I’ve got a little software idea based on something talked about in Laura Vanderkam‘s What the Most Successful People Do series – the idea of the List of 100 Dreams.
So I’ll put my list into a Google Drive spreadsheet. Then write some Apps Script which gets scheduled to run, say, on a Wednesday. When the script runs it reads through my list, picks about ten random items from my “dreams” and sends them to me by email.
When I get the email I’ll use that list as a prompt to pick my “anchor events” (as Ms. Vanderkam calls them) for the upcoming weekend.
I’m convinced that 7-Zip can do anything.
Apple now has iCloud, and that’s pretty awesome. I got jealous when I started setting it up for a few family members on their iPads, because I don’t use an Apple mobile device myself.
So I got to looking for some similar options for my much-loved Android phone.
I had remembered once before looking at a tool called AirSync from doubleTwist. At the time, I decided I didn’t want / need it. But now I believe it deserves a respected slot on my growing shelf of useful technology tools.
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