In this episode, David and I tackled health tracking and how we can automate it to get all of the pluses with as few negatives as possible. From “smartifying” health devices, to building habits and accountability, it’s all covered.
Automators 41: Automated Health Tracking. Thanks to our sponsors for this week’s episode: Pingdom ExpressVPN, and Kensington.
Tim Stringer from LearnOmniFocus.com joined us on Automators to talk about his Mac, iOS, and web-based automation.
Automators 40: Automating with Tim Stringer. Thanks to our sponsors for this week’s episode: Clean My Mac X, Pingdom, and Kensington.
Scotty and I discussed our approaches to year-end reviews, reflecting on what has been and planning for what is to come. Some questions we ask ourselves: What did I do this year that was awesome? Why did that work so well? What do I want to do next year? What could I have improved?
Listen to Nested Folders 13: The Year End Review
On this week’s episode of Automators, David and I dove into the wonderful world of iBeacons! We explored our uses for these handy location triggers including taking them on the road with us. As well as this, we looked at which iBeacons really work for us, and what apps give you the most benefit.
Automators 39: Automating iBeacons.
Thanks to our sponsors for this week’s episode: ExpressVPN, Freshbooks and Kensington.
Is it a reference item or is it an action? In this week’s episode of Nested Folders Scotty and I discuss what we do with our reference material, and what we put into our task managers!
Listen to Nested Folders 12: Actions vs. Reference
On this week’s episode of Automators we got to tallk to Simon Leeb, creator of Pushcut. As well as diving into the origins of Pushcut, we also explored Simon’s home automation setup before wandering into the wonderful world of iBeacons!
Automators 38: Simon Leeb and Pushcut. Thanks to our sponsors for this week’s episode: PDFpen from Smile , Flatiron School and Freshbooks.
My Someday/Maybe list combination got pretty nerdy in this episode, but Scotty and I had a great discussion on the purpose of these lists too!
Listen to Nested Folders 11: Someday/Maybe/Never