Andrew Maxwell

Maxwell Weekly 7: #50

May 21, 2017
  1. Linux (article): Ubuntu Desktop Team Discuss Their Plans for GNOME in Ubuntu 17.10
    • Ubuntu is finally leaving behind their unity desktop and moving to Gnome, learn how they plan to complete the move in the next 6 months.
  2. Productivity (article): Work More Effectively and Productively with the Eisenhower Matrix
    • Trying to figure out what should be next on your To-Do list by stack ranking is hard, using the Eisenhower matrix to help you decide.
  3. Cars (video): Autonomous Drifting using Machine Learning
    • Drifting is fun to watch, now imagine using machine learn for “the perfect drift”
  4. Productivity (article): How to Use Evernote as a Project Management Tool
    • Another interesting use case for Evernote. It always fascinates me how people take notes and use Evernote.
  5. Development (article): Git 2.13 has been released
    • Many people use Git everyday but very few know that it gets updates often which actually improves day to day development and issues. This release finally has a feature that I and many others have been wanting, “Conditional configuration”.
  6. Future (video): The future we’re building — and boring | Elon Musk
    • Elon Musk is a very refined gentleman and I enjoy watching him talk about the future and what he is doing to help get us there. All of his ideas are pretty grandiose.
  7. Productivity (code): Fast Chrome bookmark searcher for Alfred
    • Alfred is my second most used application, right after Evernote and I’ve been improving my workflows lately and stumbled across this one which allows me to search through my Chrome bookmarks from any window

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