Michael Koehler

Exploring the intersection of productivity, technology, and life.

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This blog is about the intersection of productivity, technology, and life.  Not so much each one, but about how they combine.  Of course, sometimes the topic will be just one of those, and life encompasses everything so there will be a few random topics along the way.

Productivity: I am a big fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done, but there are many ideas in this space and they overlap and contrast in fascinating ways.

Technology: I both work in corporate IT, and I am a consumer of technology. I am always looking for ways to use technology to make my life easier and less stressful.

Life: Let me try to narrow this down.  Being productive, and using technology are both great, but success is determined by how you live your life in balance with them.  Some times you need to turn the iPhone off.

I hope to post two or three times a week, but I plan to start with once a week. The purpose of this blog is to engage with you, so please comment.  I especially want to hear from you if you disagree with me, and can show me why.

 

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Written by mwkoehler

2011/03/26 at 9:22 pm

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  1. i can’t get RevuDo to work. I am running XP and after I select English i get an error that just shuts it down.

    i have never been able to get it up and running at all.

    Jeff

    2012/04/23 at 11:53 am

  2. Hi Michael, I would like to contact you in order to help this project.

    L Paul Baron

    2015/06/22 at 12:46 am

    • Sorry for the delayed reply. Did you have something in mind?

      mwkoehler

      2015/09/17 at 9:17 pm

      • Hey Michael, Thanks for reply, better late than never! I would (will?) have to somehow move out of Nozbe (which will be unfortunate) in the long run IF not have available something very similar to what you are doing (flexibility, backup, sort, filter, etc, only possible in data-table interfaces similar to what you have in RevuDo). So I would like to give some small but montly financial support and help to pay for new features like copy and paste records plus whatever I can do to help as volunteer. I’m a senior IT consulting with many years of experience. Could you please call me (USA (1) 202-9579900 anytime afternoon or night Eastern S.T.? or let me know your number and best time, so we can talk ASAP? Paul

        Sent from my iPad

        >

        LPB

        2015/09/17 at 11:20 pm


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