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Keeping it simple with cloud apps
This article is part of the MicroScope issue of August 2013
For every process that an IT system can automate, it creates at least five new jobs you have to carry out manually. Why? We spend times ten more time filtering through our email messages than we ever spent when all our thoughts had to be committed to paper. We spent much more time planning back then. These days, we message in haste, and administrate at leisure. All our spare time is eaten up deciding what to do with those pointless messages and contacts we want to add. I’ve got a new system now. If I can’t remember it, it wasn’t worth storing in the first place. Mind you, it’s not working too well. But I just need to fine tune my brain and it’s ability to store and retrieve information and to that end I’m working on some audio visual business cards that make everything more memorable. We only use a fraction of our brain’s capacity, and we’ve got this organic sustainable system for life, so why don’t we try and make more of it? After all, the human mind took billions of years to develop to its present state of evolution and it ...
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