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-But I love what he says in &quot;Getting Things Done&quot;, and you&apos;ll find some overlap, but my book is shorter and funner.
+But I love what he says in &quot;Getting Things Done&quot;, and you&apos;ll find some overlap, but my book is shorter and more fun.
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-I find that no matter how good your email reader is, it&apos;s not a good time management tool like a PDA or a PAA can be. And I should probably explain those acronyms. Everybody knows what a PDA is it&apos;s a Personal Digital Assistant, like a Palm Pilot or Zauros. A PAA is the paper equivalent - it&apos;s your Paper Analog Assistant. Both have benefits and both have cons. The book is technology agnostic. You can do the cycle with a PDA or PAA. And you know, a PAA is your traditional day-timer or filer-fax that you see non-geeks use.
+I find that no matter how good your email reader is, it&apos;s not a good time management tool like a PDA or a PAA can be. And I should probably explain those acronyms. Everybody knows what a PDA is it&apos;s a Personal Digital Assistant, like a Palm Pilot or Zauros. A PAA is the paper equivalent - it&apos;s your Paper Analogue Assistant. Both have benefits and both have cons. The book is technology agnostic. You can do the cycle with a PDA or PAA. And you know, a PAA is your traditional day-timer or filer-fax that you see non-geeks use.
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-<b>Josh</b>: that was one thing that I found interesting. I mean: you&apos;re a system adminstrator, you&apos;re neck-deep in technology all the time, and yet you do lean towards the analog system of recording your time management. Why is that, you know?
+<b>Josh</b>: that was one thing that I found interesting. I mean: you&apos;re a system administrator, you&apos;re neck-deep in technology all the time, and yet you do lean towards the analogue system of recording your time management. Why is that, you know?
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-<b>TL</b>: it&apos;s the first question I always get from people. I am a very geeky person; I&apos;m early adoptor on most technologies; I was the first person in the neighbourhood to own a tivo, and yet instead of a Palm Pilot, I use a leather-bound date book. The reason for that is that I started using that before PDAs have been invented, and I think I just got in the habit.
+<b>TL</b>: it&apos;s the first question I always get from people. I am a very geeky person; I&apos;m early adopter on most technologies; I was the first person in the neighbourhood to own a tivo, and yet instead of a Palm Pilot, I use a leather-bound date book. The reason for that is that I started using that before PDAs have been invented, and I think I just got in the habit.
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-Or if you&apos;re not the person that deals with the VPN and people are constantly asking VPN questions, you can put up a sign that says &quot;Who do I talk to about VPNs? Sally. Network Issues? Bob. UNIX issues? Nea.&quot; So you eliminate the interrupts that people finding out who to interrupt. And obviously this kind-of-thing should be on a web-page someplace, and, if possible, people&apos;s browsers&apos; should default to have a start page that is the IT teams &quot;How to get help&quot; web-page.
+Or if you&apos;re not the person that deals with the VPN and people are constantly asking VPN questions, you can put up a sign that says &quot;Who do I talk to about VPNs? Sally. Network Issues? Bob. UNIX issues? Nea.&quot; So you eliminate the interrupts that people finding out who to interrupt. And obviously this kind-of-thing should be on a web-page some place, and, if possible, people&apos;s browsers&apos; should default to have a start page that is the IT teams &quot;How to get help&quot; web-page.
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-So E-mail can be similar. I try to not read an E-mail message, unless I know I have time to deal with it right then and there. Oh and to keep my E-mail locks clean, I realise that the strategy has to include the end of all these techniques has to end with the E-mail being deleted or filed away someplace or archived.
+So E-mail can be similar. I try to not read an E-mail message, unless I know I have time to deal with it right then and there. Oh and to keep my E-mail locks clean, I realise that the strategy has to include the end of all these techniques has to end with the E-mail being deleted or filed away some place or archived.
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-<b>TL</b>: oh, no - I haven&apos;t always been that way. In fact, I don&apos;t think I&apos;m that way, today. I&apos;m only methodical in specific areas, where I&apos;ve identified problems. I like to think anytime I find myself apologising for forgetting something or screwing something up, I think &quot;This can be an area of improvement.&quot; So - is there a habit I can develop, or a routine I can develop?
+<b>TL</b>: oh, no - I haven&apos;t always been that way. In fact, I don&apos;t think I&apos;m that way, today. I&apos;m only methodical in specific areas, where I&apos;ve identified problems. I like to think any time I find myself apologising for forgetting something or screwing something up, I think &quot;This can be an area of improvement.&quot; So - is there a habit I can develop, or a routine I can develop?
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 <p>
-Is some purely laborous work not good for everybody?
+Is some purely laborious work not good for everybody?
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+<a href="http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp">HTML Colour
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                     <desc>
 <p>
 This book is not available in book stores, but I believe it may be ordered by
-mail order by requesting a catalog
+mail order by requesting a catalogue
 <a href="http://www.neo-tech.com/">from the Neo-Tech site</a>. It is also
 available online as <a href="http://www.neo-tech.com/neotech/advantages/">the
 Neo-Tech Advantages</a> and the
 
                             <p>
                                 The middle part of the book which is its
-                                lion’s share is a catalog of various
+                                lion’s share is a catalogue of various
                                 refactorings. These are things like extracting
                                 a method, creating a superclass, eliminating
                                 inheritance, or creating one. The author
                                 explains there each refactoring, when to do
                                 it, the steps for performing it most safely,
                                 and then usually gives an example of how to do
-                                it. I found the catalog a bit tedious to read,
+                                it. I found the catalogue a bit tedious to read,
                                 but interesting nonetheless. It taught me some
                                 new techniques that I was not previously aware
                                 of.
 
 <p>
 After speaking with the guy who bought me this book on email he gave another
-best practice that was absent (and not-practiced) from the book: sort your
+best practice that was absent (and not-practised) from the book: sort your
 pattern modifiers alphabetically (I.e: <tt>/egix</tt> instead of <tt>/gxie</tt>
 so they can later be searched for.
 </p>
 I heard of this book from several sources (including
 <a href="http://www.joelonsoftware.com/navLinks/fog0000000262.html">the
 Joel on Software Book Recommendations’ page</a>), and it was very much
-esteemed, so I decided to buy it. After fully reading it, I daresay that
+esteemed, so I decided to buy it. After fully reading it, I dare say that
 I found it relatively disappointing and unfulfilling, especially in
 consideration of the great expectations I had from it.
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 <p>
 This article was originally published on
 <a href="http://www.james-carr.org/">James Carr’s blog</a>. Since then,
-the blog has suffered a corruption, and now has a completley different theme.
+the blog has suffered a corruption, and now has a completely different theme.
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-<p>Today I turned on the TV and saw the latest on CNN, all this so called outcry against some Danish cartoons dipicting Mohammed, heated debate, “CNN has decided not to show the cartoons”, finger pointing at Iran and Syria for stirring up violence over the cartoons, blah blah blah. It’s rather interesting how overated a few cartoons can be.</p>
+<p>Today I turned on the TV and saw the latest on CNN, all this so called outcry against some Danish cartoons depicting Mohammed, heated debate, “CNN has decided not to show the cartoons”, finger pointing at Iran and Syria for stirring up violence over the cartoons, blah blah blah. It’s rather interesting how overrated a few cartoons can be.</p>
 
-<p>Well, I finally came across the actual cartoons in question <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanlarson/sets/72057594060428459/with/96501880/">here</a>, and I must say, after looking at them, it’s amazing how quite mundane they actually are. Some (such as the one above) are even a bit humorous, and only a couple are offensive. I’m a little curious how such mundane cartoons, especially when I have seen far worse and offensive portrayals of islam, as well as any other religion (it’s quite easy to find any kind of media or entertainment that portrays Christianity and Judaism in a disrespectful manner).<br /> <a id="more-29"></a><br /> So, being as critical as I am of the mainstream media, which is always pretty politically charged, I decided to do some research online. First I came across this excellent <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jyllands-Posten_Muhammad_cartoons_controversy">wikkipedia entry</a>, which really shed some light on the issue. Although the thing that really stood out to me was that the cartoons were original published in September. So why all the outrage now?</p>
+<p>Well, I finally came across the actual cartoons in question <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanlarson/sets/72057594060428459/with/96501880/">here</a>, and I must say, after looking at them, it’s amazing how quite mundane they actually are. Some (such as the one above) are even a bit humorous, and only a couple are offensive. I’m a little curious how such mundane cartoons, especially when I have seen far worse and offensive portrayals of islam, as well as any other religion (it’s quite easy to find any kind of media or entertainment that portrays Christianity and Judaism in a disrespectful manner).<br /> <a id="more-29"></a><br /> So, being as critical as I am of the mainstream media, which is always pretty politically charged, I decided to do some research online. First I came across this excellent <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jyllands-Posten_Muhammad_cartoons_controversy">Wikipedia entry</a>, which really shed some light on the issue. Although the thing that really stood out to me was that the cartoons were original published in September. So why all the outrage now?</p>
 
 <p>The <a href="http://www.dailykos.com/">Daily Kos</a> gave me some very good
-<a href="http://www.dailykos.com/story/2006/2/5/13149/60748">insight</a> into what the media really isn’t reporting. That alot of this has been stirred up by our good friends… the Saudis. </p>
+<a href="http://www.dailykos.com/story/2006/2/5/13149/60748">insight</a> into what the media really isn’t reporting. That a lot of this has been stirred up by our good friends… the Saudis. </p>
 
-<p>An interesting fact is revealed that, in early January and not covered much by the mainstream press, were several stampedes that occur uding Hajj in Saudia Arabia, which happens every year, with each year Saudi authorities promising to improve security. This year, there was another stampede, in which around 350 people died. I think the linked post says it best,</p>
+<p>An interesting fact is revealed that, in early January and not covered much by the mainstream press, were several stampedes that occur during Hajj in Saudi Arabia, which happens every year, with each year Saudi authorities promising to improve security. This year, there was another stampede, in which around 350 people died. I think the linked post says it best,</p>
 
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 <p> Even the most objective news stories were suddenly casting Saudi Arabia in a very bad light and they decided to do something about it.<br /> …<br /> Their plan was to go on a major offensive against the Danish cartoons. The 350 pilgrims were killed on January 12 and soon after, Saudi newspapers (which are all controlled by the state) began running up to 4 articles per day condemning the Danish cartoons. The Saudi government asked for a formal apology from Denmark. When that was not forthcoming, they began calling for world-wide protests. </p>

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 permission while leaving the rightful owner with one less copy of it. In
 ancient times, the texts that were made available to the public were freely
 distributable, and although sometimes people charged for making one copy
-(which was a long and laborous process), that copy was then also freely
-distributable. Copyrights emerged only at post-Reneissance when making copies
-of works became extremely cheap, and there was a need to protect the
+(which was a long process that required hard work), that copy was then also
+freely distributable. Copyrights emerged only at post-Renaissance when making
+copies of works became extremely cheap, and there was a need to protect the
 commercial interests of the authors.
 
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