Posts Tagged “doing”

  • Web Excursions for November 17, 2014
  • Thinking in the shell

    My doing` project has been a great tool for me, and it's evolved into a fairly complete time tracking system of sorts. Using the `done`, `finish`, and `meanwhile` commands, you can include time intervals for your entries and see them with `--totals` in most `view` and `show variations. I'll need to do a whole post on that to explain it properly, but I wanted to mention something different today.…

  • doing 0.2.5

    Version 0.2.5 is a big update to my doing` project. It's so huge that I'm overwhelmed at the prospect of explaining it all. The project page is updated with all of the new commands and features, and you can run `doing help` or `doing help command] to get more information on flags, switches and arguments. You can also see a summary of all the new features in the [changelog.…

  • Logging Git commits with doing

    If you don't use git and you're not interested in command line logging, move along, nothing to see here. I promise this won't go on forever, unlike my PopClip obsession.…

  • doing gone wild

    I started my doing project late last week and it's turned into my "productive procrastination" project. It's a simple CLI that helps you keep track of what you're doing and provides a record of what you've done.…

  • A couple of followups to "doing"

    The doing` CLI that I announced yesterday has been more warmly received than I expected. I'll share expansions and updates to it as they happen. If you've already installed `doing` with `gem install doing`, you can update with the latest features using `gem update doing. Fresh installs will get them by default.…

  • Scatterbrains 3: a new tool for doing

    I made something that I worked really hard on, despite knowing few people besides myself would ever find a use for it. However, if you:…

  • Scatterbrains 2: The geekening

    If you read A solution for scatterbrains yesterday, but were left feeling like the solution just wasn't geeky enough... here's a Saturday morning post to help you out. You do actually need to read that for this to make any sense. Here, I'll link it again for you.…

  • A solution for scatterbrains

    As I've mentioned here before (see QuickQuestion), I'm a total mess when it comes to remembering what I was tinkering with late at night or early in the morning. By the time my lunch break rolls around and I want to hack a little more, I have to search through git logs and Spotlight's Recent Files just to figure out what I was working with and where I was at with it. Two days later, not a chance. Sometimes it even happens when I'm intent on completing a todo item and let something distract me…