This week-end (Saturday 2019-08-31 and Sunday 2019-09-01; 12-5pm) is the last opportunity to attend the Person/ne exhibition at Griffin Art Projects in North Vancouver, where Lam Wong is currently artist in residence. I found this exhibition of multiple artists works to be very thought-provoking.
Continue reading Person/ne Exhibition at Griffin Art Projects: Lam Wong Artist in Residence
Recently, I’ve been blogging mostly about my cognitive productivity R&D and Discontinuities: Love, Art, Mind. However, I’m also actively doing R&D on sleep onset, insomnolence and perturbance (“emotion”). My colleagues and I will present three posters at the World Sleep Congress which will be held in Vancouver in September. Continue reading We Will Present Three Research Posters at the World Sleep Congress in Vancouver, September 2019
A few years ago, I published the mySelfQuantifier time tracking system. This system is distinctive in that it is based on cognitive science. It involves a free spreadsheet and documentation. It is meant to be used in combination with time tracking software like Daniel Alm’s Timing app.
Now that we at CogSci Apps have published the Hook productivity app for macOS, it is possible for you to quickly reference and access specific documents on which you’ve been working.
Continue reading Track Your Knowledge Work Quickly and Precisely with Timing App and Hook
Earlier this month, the latest CogSci Apps invention, Hook productivity app for macOS, exited “public beta” and became an official release. It is now at version 1.1.1. You can read the announcement on the Hook productivity blog.
The response to Hook has been quite favorable. Early adopters recognize it as a very original and useful Mac app which has a simple but powerful user interface. For example, Cult of Mac wrote: Continue reading Hook Mac App Hit “Golden Master”—About Hook’s Past, Present and Future