99% of us use Google Calendar in some way or fashion. But are we using it as productively as possible?

In this article, I share 8 Google Calendar Tips for Productivity for intermediate and advanced users of this amazing tool. There are so many gCal tips and little-known features suited for various scenarios that only a productivity nerd would be able to uncover and share, them all. …

We have to accept that and move on!

Since 2017, Bitcoin has conquered the global news, and not without a reason. Its price roared from a few dollars to 20.000$, back down to 7.000$ and now back up to about 50.000$. To some, this may feel normal, because “Bitcoin is the future of currency.”, but I think that everyone will agree that Bitcoin is not 5.000.000% more valuable than the USD. (Yep, that is five million percent)

That’s why it’s important to see how Bitcoin and blockchain currencies in general work, what are their inefficiencies, and lastly, why they are not the future of currencies.

How does…

And you can too

Have you ever had an idea that you thought could change the world? If you answered yes, you are probably a human being. Everyone has had a brilliant moment, where he thought: “This will change the world.”.

Before you invest hundreds, if not thousands of your own money into a product, you should find out if people want it. That is a process that can take a lot of time, effort, and money if not done correctly.

That’s why I decided to share with you the methods I used to test my startup idea within 2 weeks, and for absolutely…

The History of ReactJS.

Since its conception in 2011, React has taken the front-end development world by storm. It was really a revolution in the space. Throughout these 10 years, a lot has changed about React, causing it to grow exponentially. But what caused it to grow that fast? That’s why it’s important to study React’s history, to see what it did well and what it did wrong.

What exactly is React?

According to Wikipedia, React (also known as React.js or ReactJS) is an open-source, front end, JavaScript library for building user interfaces or UI components. It is maintained by Facebook and a community of individual developers and…

Hey, artificial intelligence seems to be all over today’s world. These fake, silicon brains have been replacing our ‘feeling brain’ slowly but surely. Taking on more and more tasks off of us. But, have you ever wondered about the limits of A.I. What it can and can’t do? That’s the point where I decided that I’m going to run an experiment. The purpose was to find how good modern machine learning really is. So, I decided to try to get an article written exclusively by a computer.

Photo by Amanda Dalbjörn on Unsplash

The Experiment

The first step was to research my options. One option was to try…

And you should too!

Hey. I’ve been using apps to boost my productivity for a while. For the past 3 years to be exact. This is the reason I’ve decided to share the ones that have broken into my daily routine and that will probably help you too. I know there are millions of apps that are supposed to increase your productivity and to be honest, I’ve tried a lot of them. After filtering if this app is useful enough, I have come to the 7 apps I cannot live without. I hope this saves you some time from researching everything!

7. Slack

Note: This article is written by AI.

If you want to improve your restlessness, get grounded and clear about what you are doing. Sometimes this is your problem and other times something is just pulling you back into the woodwork. Also try not to atmealwhen you sit down in front of the screen. This is one of the reasons you’re feeling dazed to death or unable to focus. There are tons of techniques to help you, but these methods always came first to me. The main reason the right choice is to not listen to your brain at all. If…

Hey, I’ve been analyzing medium writers, big and small, for the past week and I’ve noticed some ways that they use to get noticed on Medium and boost their views.

6. Reddit

If you look around you, everyone is always busy. Friends, Colleagues, You. Whenever you ask someone if they have some time to talk, even yourself, the answer is always the same, “Hopefully, next [insert unit of time]”. But is that always the case?

Photo by Andreas Strandman on Unsplash

Sometimes, we are not busy, we just want the illusion of productivity. The illusion that we are always doing something. We like being overwhelmed with meetings and long to-do lists because that’s what we think we are supposed to do. We feel good about it and we endorse it.

Unfortunately, for some, being busy is not an…

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