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  1. Nov 2021
  2. May 2021
    1. You can now search for tasks using task: similar to block:. There is also task-todo: and task-done: which will match only the tasks that are incomplete or complete, respectively. Use task:"" to match all tasks.

      This will be incredibly useful to create as a view.

    2. Task lists [x] can now contain any character to indicate a completed task, instead of just x. This value can be used by custom CSS to change the appearance of the check mark, and is also available for plugins to use.

      I'll need to create some custom CSS for these in the past as I've used:

        • [>] to indicate that an item was pushed forward
        • [?] to indicate something I'm not sure was done in retrospect (typically for a particular day)
      • others?
  3. Dec 2020
  4. Nov 2020
    1. wordepicture association judgment task

      Learner group underwent an extra task where they were asked to listen to a word and identify if a picture was the correct association with the word.

    2. xperimental condition

      (1) tone discrimination (2) onset discrimination (3) nonlinguistic pitch judgement and discrimination of low tone, 90 Hz vs high tone, and 100 Hz. Respectively, the conditions are T, O and P judgements.

  5. Aug 2020
  6. Apr 2020
  7. Dec 2019
    1. For example: I wanted a way to add recurring tasks to my list, so I wrote a simple bash script called goodmorning.sh. It uses the command prompt client to quickly add a bunch of tasks to my todo list of choice. I run this script first thing in the morning every workday, and I like it better than any built-in system I’ve found for recurring tasks, because it’s fully under my control.
  8. Oct 2018
  9. cconlinejournal.org cconlinejournal.org
    1. the activities the participants claimed they used a computer to complete during their average day.

      Interesting that most of these are passive activities--watching TV and buying items. Uploading photos might be the most complex tasks students have done.

  10. Jun 2014
    1. A fundamental task for public philosophy is to attend to the work the public is doing in developing its own self-conception.

      This strikes me as a very productive way of identifying an important aspect of public philosophy. On the one hand, it allows us to distinguish between philosophers who think more people should be listening to them and philosophers who think they should be listening to more people. On the other hand, it suggests and leaves open a number of questions that can be addressed in and through the work public philosophers are doing in developing their own self-conceptions.