I’ve always been a multi-tab girl (yes, I’m talking about internet browsers) but here’s what I’ve found: if I want to blog about something deep/complex, it’s actually better for me to do that in a separate window, as it means I can more easily stay focused on the task in hand and I’m less likely to get distracted by, for instance, seeing that my Facebook tab is showing “Facebook (1)” – alerting me to some earth-shattering notification such as “Joe Bloggs liked your photo” :).
I’ve Moved!Come on over to my new blog!
- Stop press: I’ve moved!
- If it’s not staring me in the face, I probably won’t get round to reading it
- Why I’m better at sprints than marathons – some thoughts about procrastination
- So that’s what the “more” button does!!!
- Google Plus
- Trying to help isn’t always helpful
- I was going to write something about staying focused but I got distracted
- Why I don’t think I can computerise my to do list
- Reasons why it’s easier to upset people online #37.4
- Sometimes it’s me…
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