Using the Analog context

Using the Analog context

(Joe Buhlig) #1

Here’s a question I received a few weeks ago, but I’m just now getting to posting here:

Analog is really important to me. That’s my time for thinking through difficult sections of articles or brainstorming new methods within my systems. It’s time for me to develop new topic ideas and sketch out a plan for the day/week/month/year.

Ultimately, the Analog context is for tasks that I complete with analog tools - pen/paper or a whiteboard. It can also be planning that I do with my wife. If it means I’m working on something intellectual and not physical but it’s away from the computer, this is where it goes.