China’s Baidu’s move to capture the self-driving car market, Alphabet’s move to use data to discover ways to stop people getting sick, plus our picks for to-do management.
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To do management: After listening to Tom’s method, our methods are similar. I use google calendar with my gmail. I have email sent to my gmail for upcoming events to do. So, I use google calendar and gmail as my to do list. If I have something in my gmail I have to call, email or follow up with something. I never delete the event from my calendar (that is my historical record – Scott was talking about) instead I just delete the email reminder. You still get the satisfaction but keep the historical record. I also (like Tom) like the ease of being able to adjust things on the fly. I often have need to go back into my calendar and see what I did or where I was (I travel and work overseas) on a certain date.