Showing posts tagged with "Declutter"

Dropbox as Online Backup

Jul 15, 2014

I recently scanned my MacBook Air’s hard drive to find out the number of free space. Well, I have about 80 GB free space left, but the number is dwindling down every day, largely because of my photos and videos setup. I keep an off-site backup in my external drive for those files, photos, and videos, however, they’re still occupying the main hard drive. Then I realize that Selective Sync in Dropbox could be the solution for this problem.

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Jun 30, 2014

Writers only need one sentence to tell a story. It shapes the story. It informs readers. It makes you think.

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How to Keep Your Mac Desktop Clean

May 08, 2014

My desk is a mess. I shouldn’t have shared this desk with my sister who only clean this desk once a week. You can’t tell people to clean their desk, but you can clean your virtual desktop.

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Reason to Hide Away Inactive Apps

Mar 17, 2014

Your screen is your working desk. Every pixels on the screen should support you to finish the main task on hand. They should never distract, complicate, or clutter.

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How I Organize Files in Dropbox

Mar 06, 2014

There is no perfect setup. Not mine, not yours. We organize folders in our own ways.

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Read Later Zero

Feb 24, 2014

The ease to save web pages for reading is made simple with services like Pocket or Instapaper. You’re no longer need to read the article on the spot. Just send them to the queue list for reading, later.

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Organize 1Password Accounts With Vaults

Jan 11, 2014 | Updated: Jul 06, 2021

After using 1Password for several years, all sensitive information is stored there. Yes, from the Windows Live account I’ve never signed in, my brother’s Facebook recovered password that I’ve saved just in case he forgets again, and the router password I’ve configured for my sister. It’s no longer just about my accounts.

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Remember Everything

Nov 27, 2013

We don’t have a chip implanted in our brain yet to remember everything — from the books we’ve read, the places we’ve visited, and the food we’ve eaten. The most practical method is to write them down. But do the people nowadays use their time to record their life events when they don’t even allow themselves to admire the dancing cloud in the sky?

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Back to Finder

Nov 14, 2013

Tabs is finally available in Finder. A simple and familiar feature we’ve grown accustomed can now be found in the wave of Mavericks.

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Creating Memorable TextExpander Abbreviations

Sep 28, 2013 | Updated: Oct 01, 2013

TextExpander has saved me a lot of time. Rather than copy pasting, or arranging the rich text format, I can turn them into snippets. You can assign variable and input field for each snippet to make it more useful.

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