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”What’s 43 Folders?”
43Folders.com is Merlin Mann’s website about finding the time and attention to do your best creative work.

Update: 43f Deals & Discounts

Just some quick reminders and news on a few current discounts and special deals available for 43f readers.

In somewhat related news, the Working and Living Life Smarter Conference announced last month is being rescheduled to a TBD date next year. Registrants have been notified and received refund info, but you should feel free to ask any questions to either the conference's organizer, Kay Ethier (sales at aboveandbeyondlearning daht com), or me. Will update when the new dates are announced -- I imagine that we'll have another discount to offer for 43f readers.

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[...] The system works when you are using your own to-do lists.   So it helps keep you organized.   But it doesn’t necessarily help keep your team co-ordinated, and it doesn’t necessarily help you to reuse work.   Wikis are great for solving that last problem.   However, as as Merlin points out, you can quickly get knocked off course looking through a Wiki.   I was just on his site, researching this article and ended up reading an article called Update: 43f Deals & Discounts, with a weird picture.    I clicked on the picture and ended up reading a Wikipedia article about 19th century miser called Hetty Green. [...]




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