As I was going through task management apps, looking for something to provide a checklist of routine events, it occurred to me that task management is good, but does not necessarily get me any closer to achieving my goals. The tasks I’ve been organizing are chores, budgeting, and other events. To a degree, they might get me closer to my goals, but in a haphazard manner. I wanted something to be more directly organized toward my goals, so I have searched around for some tools to achieve this. Here’s what I’ve found so far: GoalScape What I like about this app is the visual interfaceRead More →

In 2010, WikiLeaks released a 2007 video from the gun camera of a U.S. attack helicopter, that depicted the killing of a dozen people and that November began releasing 250,000 classified diplomatic cables between the U.S. State Department and its embassies and consulates around the world. President Obama called Wikileaks a national threat. Politicians, including Obama pushed for the prosecution of Assange and any journalists or government insiders who had collaborated with WikiLeaks. After reading through my paper now before posting it here now, I think to myself about the impact WikiLeaks has had since then on journalism and on politicians. Here is my originalRead More →

This week I got an invitation to set up an interview for a job with an online tool called YouCanBook.me. The website asked for my name and email address and to confirm that I am not a robot. After I confirmed the appointment, I was presented with the options to add the appointment to Google Calendar or Microsoft Office Calendar. I really like this tool. It takes ‘phone tag’ out of the equation in setting up appointments, and it requires the applicant to follow through with setting up the appointment. In addition to setting up interviews, it can be used to set up appointments withRead More →