The Logitech MX Keys keyboard is awesome

by oneafrikan on February 11, 2021

Background: I’ve struggled with RSI from the tip of my middle finger to the back of my shoulders for a long time now, basically from 20 years of typing. One day on the trackpad and I can feel it coming (…)

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Just upgraded to Omnifocus 3…

by oneafrikan on February 4, 2021

I find myself back in a place where I can fully embrace Omnifocus as my GTD brain of choice, so last night I checked I could upgrade to 3 on my primary devices (the Mac I’m writing this on is (…)

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Decluttering…

by oneafrikan on February 4, 2021

Late last year, my wife and I decided to go through a process of decluttering our house. Everything that hasn’t been used in over a year is at risk of going. So far I’ve managed to get rid of c (…)

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A clusterf&%k of email

by oneafrikan on September 14, 2015

I’m working on figuring out an email solution which is sustainable across all my “identities” and which copes with the history & volume I have coming in. I had a solution in place, which worked well, but have decided that (…)

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It’s time to write again

by oneafrikan on September 4, 2015

One of the things I enjoy the most is writing. Over the last while I’ve de-prioritised this for various reasons, and after some reflection over whether to bin the whole idea and stick to infrequent posts on Medium, or do (…)

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On the variance between effort and reward when people are involved

by oneafrikan on November 10, 2014

I set aside 30 mins of writing time on Sunday after doing some Borough hunting in London. After looking through my list of writing ideas list I’m not really in the mood to write about anything other than how f&%king (…)

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Notes on Wartime vs Peacetime

by oneafrikan on October 26, 2014

I’m reading Ben Horowitz’s book, for the second time. The first time was before The Forge. For a long while I’ve been wrestling with this notion of the Wartime / Peacetime CEO. Looking back over the last 2.5 years, there (…)

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