Can we design for more time? Paid Members Public
Here’s a good question: > If digital technology saves time, how come so many of us feel rushed and harried? Technological utopians once dreamt of the post-industrial society as one of leisure. Instead, we are more like characters in Alice in Wonderland, running ever faster and faster to stand still.
Post 1st: First Post Paid Members Public
I’ve read again and again over the years, that reading your e-mail as the first task in your working day is the wrong thing to do [http://www.fastcompany.com/3000619/what-successful-people-do-first-hour-their-work-day] . You should dive into a few tasks, do something directly productive first, and then switch back to
Martin Varsavsky: how to be successfully lazy Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2012/06/Martin-Varsavsky.jpg] The founder [http://english.martinvarsavsky.net/] and CEO of Fon [http://corp.fon.com/us/] is coming out of the closet – as someone who doesn’t work that hard. He doesn’t think that entrepreneurs need to