PTPL 016 : Finding the Fun In a Practical Productivity System
My top 10 Obsidian articles, deep vs. shallow work, and the joy of creating your own physical or digital planner
Welcome to the 16th in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey.
Each post is a 5-minute or less summary of what I’ve read, learned, and implemented since the last edition.
Today I’ll be talking about —
Fun productivity system elements that have no practical purpose
Dividing to-do lists into deep and shallow work
Creating your own planner, physical or digital
The RegEx I needed as a noob
My top 10 Obsidian articles (as of August 2022)
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“What exactly is the allure?” Thompson asks. “What’s so much fun about making utterly non-utilitarian software — code that exists not to solve a real-world pro…
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