October 03, 2020

Bullet Journal tips pt. 7 - Collections: a different approach

I love the concept of Collections, I use them a lot. Basically anything that could be grouped around a specific theme, project, verb, etc. ends up in a Collection. But there’s one thing I don’t like about them and that is that they’re mixed in your daily logs.

I want to keep an overview… my index becomes too messy when I have many page number entries for say April, because each April-page is followed by some Collection. I considered this a weak part of the Bullet Journal method.


September 13, 2020

Bullet Journal tips pt. 6 - My Weekly Log

Contrary to what Ryder Carroll describes in his book, I’m an big fan of a weekly dashboard. I keep track of several habits and activities on a weekly basis, and I want to have that easy overview of them.


August 30, 2020

Bullet Journal tips pt. 4 - Future Log and ICE page

I’m in my 3rd Bullet Journal notebook currently. Together the three Leuchtturm1917 books cover about 20 months at the time of writing. The first two cover about 7 months each. I think, partly due to Covid-19, the third journal will cover a few months more. This means that each one contains less than a year of my life. In comes the need of a proper Future Log.


August 28, 2020

Bullet Journal tips pt. 3 - When did I last...

I’ve been browsing Pinterest and Instagram on Bullet Journal tips and trics quite often. I’ve adopted some Collection ideas and started tracking some daily and weekly topics. One of the best ideas that I only started recently is a “When did I last…”.


August 25, 2020

Bullet Journal tips pt. 2 - Four tips

A small collection of 4 tips in this post that I found very handy when using my Bullet Journal.

A yearly calendar is very usefull. It takes quite some time to write it down in your Bullet Journal, but it pays off: if you don’t have your phone laying around, and want to look up some date in the future, you can fall back to your Bullet Journal.


February 12, 2020

NodeJS image processing with node-gd

Since a couple of years, I am the maintainer of the NodeJS library called node-gd, which are JavaScript bindings for NodeJS to the libgd graphics library. During the past years, many major changes have taken place in the code base of node-gd to keep it up to date with the pace of JavaScript evolution. In this article I will go deeper into the technical changes that I implemented in the past years. It is not an explanation of how node-gd works or what you can do with it. For that I would suggest to directly visit its documentation page

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