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Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better (edition 2011)

by Adam Pash (Author)

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Presents a variety of tips and techniques to simplify and enhance productivity, covering such topics as email, organizing data, streamlining common tasks, searching the Web, and managing multiple computers.
Title:Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better
Authors:Adam Pash (Author)
Info:Wiley (2011), Edition: 3, 504 pages
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Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better by Adam Pash

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By far the most useful of several productivity books I've purchased recently. I don't buy these books to join the author on their 'journey' or to hear about how they set up a multi-million-dollar business at university. I need practical, straightforward, clever advice aimed at an educated layman with a standard set of tools, and that's exactly what this volume offers. Divided up into eleven chapters, it focuses on computer shortcuts, software, tricks and hacks that can help you keep your inbox clear, fight distraction, and make yourself more productive on a day-to-day basis.

Solutions are given for both Windows and Macs, and for several different internet browsers including IE, Chrome, Firefox and Safari. The authors Pash and Trapani are virtually self-effacing: this is a manual, not a life philosophy, and it's the kind of thing you can dip into for bright ideas. I've only received it today and already I've implemented a couple of hacks. Whether they'll help to make me more efficient, who knows? - but there's a lot of down-to-earth, sensible stuff here and it also brings together several strategies from other books as well. All in all, it's a productivity bible.

So why only four stars? Well, this is the third edition, published in 2011. Many of the hacks are still applicable (LastPass and Evernote, for example), but some have been superseded or are no longer current (e.g. using Picasia to organise your photos). I hope the authors might bring out a fourth edition at some point, but I'll be keeping my eye on the Lifehacker website for more up-to-date tips. Really pleased with this. ( )
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