From the monthly archives:

May 2009

Cool tools: SUPER productivity

by Tim M on May 22, 2009

I’m really, really bad at focusing, except when I really, really, need to. And at that point I get VERY focused. It gets gnarly.

When you’re working full time, have a kick-arse girlfriend, are running a sustainable snowboarding company, and getting a new site/venture off the ground, as well as running photos, snowboarding, surfing, travelling and playing with your family, as well as smashing out bike races – it can get hard to focus once you add email and a heap of Google Reader things to read.

So, I’m always on the lookout for things that will focus me, or make me much more productive.

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Earth: there are too many people

by Tim M on May 21, 2009

The world is heading for an ecological credit crunch as human demands on the world’s natural capital reach nearly a third more than earth can sustain.

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Rad people: Jeremy Jones

by Tim M on May 19, 2009

Here’s why I love Jeremy Jones. You don’t need to be a snowboarder to see the amazingness of this guy and what he does.

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Climate change deniers: stop arguing!

by Tim M on May 14, 2009

I’m pretty sick of straw men arguments designed to delay, deny and obfuscate.

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Temperature stability: kinda important

by Tim M on May 14, 2009

Temperature stability: kinda important (see image below) – nuff, said.

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Australian Coal Association “climate change is here”.

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Oilmap: interesting!

by Tim M on May 14, 2009

I found this map from the Rocky Mountain Institute very, very interesting.

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Warming denialism: officially stupid

by Tim M on May 14, 2009

News just to hand. Global warming denialists have been officially decreed f$cking stupid. By me.

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Cool tool (gmail+CSS coding)

by Tim M on May 14, 2009

One of my obsessive obsessions is cool tools that actually help my productivity or make my overly cluttered life, less so.

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Steve Chu: is rad

by Tim M on May 13, 2009

Had awesome is Steve Chu?!

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