The 10 most intriguing inventions of 2018 – MIT Technology Review

We are all about emerging technologies here at Tech Review—including those that might never make it past the “emerging” stage. Here are some of the more recondite inventions we have covered this year, many of them plumbed from the arXiv, the pre-publication academic paper database. via Pocket
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The Art of Bullet Journaling and the Improved To-Do List – The New York Times

As a tween, whenever my dad wanted me to do something for him, like deposit a check or write a letter or call customer service, he’d stop mid-instruction, give me a stern look and ask, “Are you writing this down?” Imagine a 12-year-old eye roll here. via Pocket
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19 Reasons You Did Not Achieve Any of Your Goals This Year

As we say goodbye to 2018, it’s time to survey our year’s accomplishments. If you are like many of us, you started the year with an unshakable commitment to your new year’s resolutions and ways to crush them. But looking back at the past year, you’re probably asking yourself what went wrong. via Pocket
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Going Dumb: My Year With a Flip Phone | WIRED

For eight months this year, I used a flip phone. For most of those eight months, I hated myself and everyone else. Frankly, I’m embarrassed to write about this semifailed experiment. via Pocket
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Google Pixel 3 tops best gadgets list of 2018 for investor Peter Pham

Tech investor Peter Pham talks to USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham about the coolest gadgets he bought in 2018. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. – Every day was Christmas at Peter Pham’s house in 2018.  via Pocket
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How to Write Email with Military Precision – Harvard Business Review – Pocket

In the military, a poorly formatted email may be the difference between mission accomplished and mission failure. During my active duty service, I learned how to structure emails to maximize a mission’s chances for success. via Pocket
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How to Be Thankful For Your Life by Changing Just One Word – James Clear – Pocket

As adults, we spend a lot of time talking about all of the things that we have to do. You have to wake up early for work. You have to make another sales call for your business. You have to work out today. You have to write an article. You have to make dinner for your family. via Pocket
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