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Tech Productivity

Issue #229  (Finish Your Projects) 07/03/23

Securely Share 2FA Tokens With Others, No Phone Needed — A browser-based 2FA authenticator for you and your team. Easy import from Google Authenticator, user management, read-only access, backups, and more. 2FA your team will love!

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It's a holiday weekend here in Canada where I live, and it's probably a bit of an extended holiday week/weekend for many of you who are in the US, seeing as July 4th falls on Tuesday this year.
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Therefore, nothing special for this week's intro, but there's still the same list of apps and articles below. Enjoy, and have a safe one!

Now on to this week's hand-picked productivity links!


Tools & Apps

The Drive — AI based tool to manage files efficiently, ask questions to files, and write new content based on the stored files.

focus.txt — A simple, text-based, and short-lived daily planner that allows you to use live variables for date, time, check, and quote (the latter of which will auto-insert an inspiring quotation).

Daito — Securely share 2FA tokens with others, no phone needed. A browser-based 2FA authenticator for you and your team. Easy import from Google Authenticator, user management, read-only access, backups, and more. 2FA your team will love!    sponsor  

Stack Overflow Teams — One tool to house everything your developers need to know, from code to vacation policies, all up-to-date and in one place.

Bookipi — An invoice generator for freelancers and small businesses across industries where you can create and send invoices to your customers from anywhere on a web or mobile app.

Dokably — A single app that blends docs, whiteboards, notes, tasks, and more, all in one place, so you can visualize ideas the way you like.

Cospace — A safe and private team collaboration tool to manage all your processes, files, and data, with analytics, communication tools, advanced project management, and more.

Articles & Resources

A Daytime Nap is Good for the Brain — Regularly finding time for a little snooze is good for our brain and helps keep it bigger for longer, according to University College London researchers.

Finish Your Projects — A Guide from The ReadME Project that looks at the difference between finishing projects and solving problems, the role of fear, and the benefits from getting to the end.

SaaS Weekly — Discover new ways to grow your B2B SaaS company. Join the 1,700+ SaaS operators and investors who are getting curated strategies every Friday.    sponsor  

Communication Differences on Diverse Teams — A brief look at four communication differences that consistently show up in diverse groups, with a specific focus on the geographic locations where these often occur.

Inside Look: Measuring Developer Productivity and Happiness at LinkedIn — The LinkedIn team developed a new internal product called the Developer Insights Hub (iHub) to help overcome problems in understanding the overall state of developer productivity on their team.

How to Become More Adaptable in Challenging Situations — To overcome the problem of falling into old habits in new situations, the authors recommend a strategy they call "Deliberate Calm" and how it can be implemented.

Use Layered Tasks to Make Multitasking Actually Work — 2014 article that puts forth a plan to help you actually make multitasking efficient.


Have a suggestion for a productivity-related tool, article, or other resource? Send me a direct message via X (@LouisLazaris) and I’ll consider including it in a future issue.

Stay productive!


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