Getting Back to the GTD Basics e-book

Need a quick guide to get back into Getting Things Done (GTD)? Not sure where to start? I’ve collated my blog series on Getting Back into GTD and made it in to a e-guide.  Available as both a PDF and Kindle format, Getting Back to the GTD Basics is a short and easy to understand guide to help get your GTD system back into gear. You can get both version from the Store page or…
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Backup E-Guide Free For Subscribers

Backup can be a confusing thing at first. However once you understand the concepts and strategies that can be used to protect your system, things become much easier. It’s for this reason I have created a short eguide called “The Little Book of Backup” It's a very basic guide in explaining the history of backups as well as where we are today in terms of backup strategies you can do to protect your data. The…
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New Macbook – Quick Summary

Apple released a new Macbook today. It is the thinnest laptop that Apple has produced at thick and weighs 2 lbs. To compare the Macbook Air I am writing this on is 17MM thick and just under 3 lbs. The new screen is a 12 inch retina display which features a resolution of 2304 x 1440. This means you can watch movies in full HD (1080p). The keyboard has been redesigned with metal switches and a…
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Windows 10 new features

Early this week Microsoft gave us a further look of some new features in the next version of Windows known as Windows 10. Here are some brief highlights. Free Upgrade In a nod to Apples OSX upgrade policy, Microsoft will be making Windows 10 a free upgrade to users of Windows 7 and 8 in the first year. This is a very good move on Microsoft’s part as it gives users a compelling reason to…
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