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Thanks, Lifehacker!

One of my all-time favorite sites, Lifehacker, recently asked to interview me about my GTD habits (well, the site isn’t sentient, it was actually editor Adam Pash who asked). I was completely flattered by the request. Many of the tools that I use in my life were brought to me through Lifehacker, the most useful portal for personal and computing productivity in the eight and a half planets. Thanks also get shoveled onto senior editor Kevin Purdy, who conducted a super-fun interview.

And now…

THE ARTICLE

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI (Spoiler-Free Review)

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI (Spoiler-Free Review)

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9 Actors Who Should Play Batman if Ben Affleck Leaves

9 Actors Who Should Play Batman if Ben Affleck Leaves

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New SHE-RA Series Coming From Netflix

New SHE-RA Series Coming From Netflix

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Comments

  1. lifehacker is one of the best websites i know

  2. Gino says:

    …without a doubt even 🙂

  3. Gino says:

    Lifehacker is without one of the best resources out there. Difficult to keep up with, they’re full of useful information to help keep us going – and ultimately make the world a better place 🙂

    Cool interview – sadly I fail on the “don’t Twitter while you’re driving” piece of advice. When will i learn!?

  4. MtL says:

    That was a pretty cool article and very well deserved. Very enlightening read especially about the “thread” that combines comics.

  5. Deltus says:

    BTW, reading my last comment, um… I didn’t mean it to sound quite so gay. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I’m just sayin’. 🙂

  6. Deltus says:

    I have to learn to do the “many smaller balls all at once” thing. I don’t have nearly enough creative or intellectual outlets.

  7. i agree with you about the planets.

  8. LisaG says:

    Hee hee! “eight and a half planets” Pluto will always be a planet in my heart.

    I’m really looking forward to your book. I’ve emerged from the corporate chrysalis into a small freelance butterfly and eat up your every word of advice. Will it be an e-book or a good old fashioned tree-killer so we bibliophiles can stand on line at B&N for autographed copies?

  9. Bill Moran says:

    Chris, it really was a great interview with you. I had found your site a few months ago, via digg I believe, and had forgotten to bookmark you. I really appreciate your theory on freelancing and taking on more than most people would ever try. I figure, if you have the ability, you should just go ahead and do it. Do things that are bigger than you thought you should try to begin with. And deal with the consequences when, or, more importantly, IF they ever come.

    Thanks for everything you do. You’re bookmarked now.

  10. That is a great article.