Ken Wilson
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To do tags

Confession, I’m way into my to-do list. If you’re around me I’ll probably mention it (especially in a work context). Why? I’ve historically been a procrastinator. Keeping a zealous-like focus on...

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Password managers and why they matter

Using a password manager application offers several benefits. It can seem a little daunting, but the initial effort is worth it. Trust me on this one 😀 Security People frequently say "oh, I know I...

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OP-Z

We all need hobbies. Mine's music. I especially appreciate non-traditional and quirky instruments. Years ago, it lead me to a creative company called Teenage Engineering. They make some really fun...

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Apple Watch through the day

Knowing myself, it’s no surprise I really loved wearing an Apple Watch. I prefer a balance of consistency and options (in just about everything). I haven’t settled on a single watch face, so I...

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# Disciples

# Disciples |Name|Next Step|Last Encouraged| |---- |---- |---- | |John Hardy| | | |Andrew Sentell| | | |Mason Massey| | | |Alex Nestor| | | |Thomas Cottrell| | | |Gardner| go to Fuse| | |Rainey|...

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Home screen comparison (2013 to 2018)

Found this screenshot of my home screen from 2013 and I thought it would be fun to compare it to my screen from today to see what’s changed over 5 years. Though my 2018 screen has folders...

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A New Workflow

I’ve been rooted in the same basic information workflow for quite some time. While I like a refined, tried-and-true system, I get itchy for something new. My mainstay has been Evernote + Paper by...

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May 2018 home screen shakeup

I had some time today and decided to rearrange my homescreen again to maximize its effectiveness. Here’s where I landed: I used MakeOvr.com/m/ to create something that puts the right functions in...

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May 2018 home screen

The May 2018 home screen contains a few new apps and a lot of classic oldies that just keep getting the jump done. A few highlights:YNAB – Personal budget tool, right at my fingertips for logging...

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Home screen status – Fall 2017

This is the status of the home screen, just days before the release of iOS 11. Most apps are unchanged. I've landed on a solid toolkit to get things done and maximize productivity. I still like...

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