Gathering Text from the WWW – Making it Short and Sweet

Wouldn’t it be perfect if we could highlight just the snippets of an article we wanted and then harvest them all in one go, ready to slot into a WorkFlowy outline? Less work.  Less fuss. I think WorkFlowy is more about doing and less about hoarding. So we’re going to look at how the brilliant … Continue reading Gathering Text from the WWW – Making it Short and Sweet

Any Background Color You Want for Individual WorkFlowy Lists: Tweaking “Painter For WorkFlowy” Chrome Extension

This is for those among us who squeeze a lot out of WorkFlowy in the Chrome browser. This is also for those who like a tad bit of (the “right”) color in their outlines… In my book, I gave an overview of these two browser extensions which are massively popular within the WorkFlowy community: Stylish: … Continue reading Any Background Color You Want for Individual WorkFlowy Lists: Tweaking “Painter For WorkFlowy” Chrome Extension

A Red Cross El Niño Disaster Response Plan – in WorkFlowy

I had a couple of email chats recently with Jere Greene who tells me, “In a disaster, I am generally assigned as a Government Liaison to an Emergency Operations Center, and having all this information accessible on my laptop computer is most valuable… I discovered WorkFlowy a couple of months ago and got hooked… I … Continue reading A Red Cross El Niño Disaster Response Plan – in WorkFlowy

Tony Horton’s Staying Motivated Checklist: Fitness and Productivity Intersect

Tony Horton, fitness instructor, best known for his groundbreaking P90X workout routines, recently put out a post on his blog entitled Staying Motivated. Fitness aside, Tony Horton’s no-nonsense straight talk is enough to get anyone pumped - about this thing called life. Today’s post takes us on a brief show and tell of where productivity, … Continue reading Tony Horton’s Staying Motivated Checklist: Fitness and Productivity Intersect