Bloody hell! I just wrote a blog post and WordPress lost it. Grrrr … The short resume was : – yes, I’m late (Feb) continuing my “Welcome to 2015” blog posts. – last year I got the functional programming bug. Haskell is pretty damned good, but I’ve fallen for Clojure because a) dynamic types, b) […]
I wonder if Google's Inbox App is moving into Mind Traffic Control territory? If so, that’s another nudge towards MTC having a fairly radical rethink this year.
I’m not going to be making predictions for 2014. Or promises that I may or may not keep. Or even resolutions. At least, not public ones : who knows what crazy trajectories my life will take this year? But I do have a couple of questions. These are the things occupying my mind at the […]
If you haven’t looked at Mind Traffic Control recently (and I know YOU haven’t, because I see the logs), then you may be surprised. Just saying … 🙂
A recent change in Mind Traffic Control introduced a bug preventing those who weren’t already logged in from logging in. This is now fixed.
I have a confession … I re-installed the Google App. Engine dev, environment on my machine. I popped open the Mind Traffic Control codebase and looked into it. I was a bit overwhelmed at the clunkiness of some of the code (I’ve become a more concise Python programmer since then) but I realised I could […]
I’m getting an error message on Mind Traffic Control : A server error occurred. Please contact the administrator. First time I’ve seen it is tonight, but if anyone else is seeing it and it persists, then please tell me in the comments. Update : OK, seemed to have fixed itself pretty quickly. Update 2 : […]
Nowdothis is awesome! (hat-tip @adrianh) Of course, if it becomes massively successful and famous I’ll be … kind of … you know … But I really do wish it well.
Worth reading “Where’s your data?“ Remember, your Mind Traffic Control data is easily exportable. Just go to : http://mindtrafficcontrol.appspot.com/exports (Via the “Export Data” menu item) and choose whether you want your data exported in CSV format (which you can import into Excel or EditGrid etc.) or OPML (which can be read in the OPML Editor […]
Bill Seitz : One Product Management rule Of The Day, that I try to impose, against resistance from most people, is Tasks that aren’t crucial don’t become more important with age. (Of course, if you have a paying client, “crucial” may be filtered via the Golden Rule.) Every task that takes more than 30min (even […]