I’ve moved the site over to Github pages, it’s early days but I’m really enjoying being able to manage the whole site as a plain text repo.
I was playing around with Terraform and GCP the other day to run up a couple of different environments. It niggled me that I needed to hack around to get my instances working with Puppet, sure it was only a provisioning script, but it still lacked elegance.
There was a kink in my workflow for OmniFocus for quite a while, I could never find the right way to handle items I’ve delegated to or need feedback from others on. There are dozens of different workflows that I’ve seen out on the interwebs but none of them fitted right.
I was stunned to find that the OmniGroup mentioned my project layout post on the new Inside OmniFocus Collected page. OmniGroup have always been great at building a community around their products, it’s great to see them pulling together some tricks and tips into a portal like this.
Could it be? Yes, it is, another OmniFocus workflow post.
We’ve been having a lot of discussions about Omnifocus at the Sydney GTD Meet-Up over the last few weeks. One of the common questions is around how to lay out the projects view.
I’ve never really found a place in my physical life for a tickler file in my Getting Things Done workflow, they seem like a great idea but I have no real world paper to manage.
I really love writing in a decent mono-spaced, non-serif, font. From hacking in the vim to writing Markdown in nvAlt, having a nice font seems to make things just a little more motivating.
I’ve been trying for about a year now to switch over to pure text files for all of my documents. I love the simplicity, the portability and the longevity of text files. Not being locked into proprietary formats and being able to chose which application I want to use to write my documents, all lofty and noble goals. I’ve taught myself Markdown and love writing everything I can in it.