Welcome to this week’s edition of Reagan’s Roundup!
Here are some links to fuel your journey toward being a more productive Christian.
- On the Podcast: RPS #51 — Paper vs. Digital: The Great Productivity Tool Debate
Now, for what’s happening on the web:
“The note-taking tools market is projected to reach $1.35B by 2026. The good thing is: there is a note-taking app for everyone. The not-so-great thing: with a new note-taking app popping up every single week, it can be hard to decide which one is the best for your use case.”
“[I]t is not only important to examine if your faith is genuine but, also to examine if your faith is growing. In this article, I want to share 5 marks of spiritual maturity so you can have a better understanding of where you are spiritually.”
This is a handy little app for iOS that lets you scan highlights from physical books, does some OCR to strip the text out, and stores it as on your device. This would be great for anyone looking to remember more of what they read.
H/t to Mark Blackburn for the suggestion.
“A few days ago, as I pondered yet another online battle (which, thankfully, did not involve me), I began to wonder: If Solomon’s fool had been tasked with creating a social media platform, could he have done better than Twitter? Would it even be possible to create a social network that more deeply embeds the particular temptations of the fool?”
“But when it comes to our personal productivity, measurement has always been incredibly challenging. Knowledge work especially is extremely inconsistent from person to person, or even from one project to another. Every measure of quality in work output is so subjective, that the only meaningful evaluations tend to be performance reviews based on the opinions of the people we work with.”
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