I cannot send you this letter in the usual way. But I can write it in my usual style. And you know we creatives have to create, particularly in response to emotional content — and many of us have to create publicly. Themes of our Discontinuities communications are still at work.
Photo taken 2018-08-02 in Vancouver.
Continue reading Dear Jocelyn,
I recently presented at a humanist meeting on The Status Game by Will Storr. Before the meeting, I shared some notes with the group. Now, I’m sharing them with you: What’s Right and What’s Missing in The Status Game by Will Storr?
Today on Twitter I was asked for a reading list on cognitive productivity:
Here’s a quick answer in four parts.
Continue reading A Reading List for “Cognitive Productivity”?
Via Mastodon, I discovered the following article, which I found quite inspirational. If you too work on multiple knowledge-intense projects across several disciplines, I think you will agree.
Continue reading Do You Work on Multiple Knowledge-Intense Projects? Here’s Some Inspiration
I’ve finally made substantial updates to the draft Manifesto for an Integrative Design-oriented Approach to Understanding Humans as Autonomous Agents, which I first published in 2019.
Aims of the manifesto
The manifesto describes a way to deeply understanding ourselves, each other and possible artificial general intelligence. While the manifesto is mainly aimed at ambitious researchers and developers, it is also important for anyone pursuing such understanding. It should lead, for instance, to books, articles and software for the general knowledge-oriented public.
Continue reading Updates to the Manifesto for an IDO Approach to Understanding Ourselves as Autonomous Agents
In 2016, I published mySelfQuantifier — a time-tracking system that uses a spreadsheet, Timing app and TextExpander. I included videos about this system in Cognitive Productivity with macOS: 7 Principles for Getting Smarter with Knowledge. Since then, I’ve made some major improvements to it that I’d like to share here.
Continue reading Staying on Track: Updates to mySelfQuantifier, Timing and Hook
I’m delighted to announce that I will be giving a keynote presentation to the 5th Workshop on Human Factors in Hypertext – #HUMAN22 on June 28, 2022. The title of my talk will be “Hypertext Applications of Integrative Design-Oriented Cognitive Science: A Framework for Cognitive Productivity“.
Continue reading Keynote to Human’22 Workshop June 28
I was delighted to present the Hook productivity software for macOS at Tinderbox Meetup #22 earlier today. There was a great turn-out of bright people who are very keen about digital knowledge work — very much aligned with the CogZest slogan, to “Thrive in the sea of knowledge“!
Continue reading Talking about Hook with Tinderbox Users