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Today we have two improbable virtual realities, each more mind-blowing than the last.
The first is Walden:The Videogame (probably not the actual title). This virtual simulation of Henry Thoreau’s book of the same name, wherein he lived in the woods to escape from too-busy society, has stirred up a predictably snarky/cranky reaction.
But I would play it. I also read books and go out of doors from time to time. They are not mutually exclusive, snark notwithstanding.
Roger Ebert, whose specially-developed artificial voice software is discussed in the SmartPlanet article, proposes an interesting variant on the Turing test – to create a synthesized voice capable of telling funny jokes.
An addendum to yesterday’s post – check out SimpleGTD. It’s a great way to organize your tasks, and works pretty well used in conjunction with KanbanFlow.
I discovered SimpleGTD in Zen to Done, a very useful e-book laying out a simple, doable system of managing tasks. It’s worth the 9.50, if you ask me. Which you kind of just did, implicitly, by reading this.
If you are a person who does things, this post might be of interest.
The reason I am writing this is because it is on my list of things to do today; or rather, I put this on my list of things to do today because I wanted to write it. I made my list over at KanbanFlow, a wonderfully simple web interface for the Personal Kanban method of organization.
Essentially, you break everything you have to do down into categories: Backlog (if you have one), To-Do, To-Do Today, In Progress, and Done. You define tasks and subtasks. You look at all these lists simultaneously and track your workflow.
The app also includes a Pomodoro timer, which times you at 25 minute intervals, then announces that you should take a 5 minute break. Every fourth pomodoro you take a 15 minute break.
Combined, these provide a powerful way to get stuff done without being stressed about it. Brought to you courtesy of Lifehacker.
Finally, some good stuff for Chrome users: Pearltrees and 20-cubed. The former lets you organize Web pages and sites in an intuitive and easy manner, and the latter is an annoying box that pops up every 20 minutes to remind you to look away from the screen for a bit. You’re welcome.
And on a completely unrelated note, here is a thing about words; especially the word “thing”, and why the way we’ve taken to saying “It’s a thing” is quite true to the spirit of the thing. The thing being the word “thing”. OK, I’ll stop.
I googled theta waves today, part of a developing interest in meditation, and came across Get High Now. Note: this does not constitute an endorsement of drug use, but rather a window into the myriad ways our brains can be coaxed into altered states by the application of targeted sensory stimuli. I’m preparing to establish a regular meditation practice, but in the interim, and probably beyond, I’m not averse to a little help from science – and programmers.
Budding photographers – and perhaps seasoned ones as well – will be interested to check out this virtual lighting studio, courtesy of Lifehacker. Between this and some of the more basic simulators out there, developing an eye for the finer points of photography is getting easier and easier. Or at least more accessible.
And for the highbrow chuckle enthusiast, The Economist“reports” on custom pet-printing technology. One day soon, you may be able to drop a few mil and get that vicious five-headed guard dog you want, in fiery red or ice blue.
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