I consciously take my full hour or sometimes a little more, to balance the amount of time I sometimes work (I quantify my work time with hamster time tracker, so know how much time I have worked)
I very rarely eat at my desk, although many of my colleagues do it regularly. To be fair I have mentioned eating at the kitchen table (we have communal kitchen tables on each floor) but they always blame meetings or not enough time.
Take Back Your Lunch. In the best of worlds, that’s something we all ought to do every day. At the very least, I want to urge you to take back your lunch on Wednesday, and then on every Wednesday this summer, wherever you are. To find out where people will be gathering – or if you’d like to organize a Take Back Your Lunch Meetup in your city or town
Sounds good to me, reminds me of some of the early breakfast meetups there use to be in London.
pplkpr is an app that tracks, analyzes, and auto-manages your relationships. Using a smartwatch, pplkpr monitors your physical and emotional response to the people around you, and optimizes your social life accordingly.
Its a interesting project/art project. I don’t think it would work so well but I seen it all before in QSEU13 with Fabio who records every single person he talks to.
Well at least its not a complete system, it works with other wearable devices.
pplkpr has been extensively tested with the Mio wristband, but any Bluetooth LE (also called Bluetooth Smart or Bluetooth 4.0) device that transmits heart rate in real time will work. This includes the Polar H7 chest band and the Zephyr HxM.
if you forward your OkCupid and HowAboutWe emails to friends, they can click on the link and are automagically logged into either service as you. I was contacted by The Verge this morning, then I reached out to OKC, which decided not to comment. Good news is that HAW let’s you opt-out of the functionality. Wonder if OKC is going to add opt-out as well. Funny thing is this has been the case for years and it’s just now become A Thing.
I wonder if spammers/scammers knew about this all along and used it to their advantage?
Frankly this is common sense stuff, don’t forward your email to friends. Specially if there are custom/tracking links.
By which I mean – http://www.okcupid.com/l/.dhkihjkdjiw.78899tYZvbGRlcj0x.ddh7665usnjia6JR9Dgyuijknmjwki8uhwnnf==