Worst Connectivity Ever2 minutes read | 229 words by Ruben Berenguel
Hi readers! (woah… 235 already! I’m so glad you’re here with me!)
This week I’m in Warsaw for a workshop (as I already commented in last post when I talked about the poster I am presenting).
I was expecting to use idle hours between talks and afternoons to write posts and post a little… But my internet connection is inexistent. This post is coming from an open wifi connection, which gets connected and disconnected at random, and when at its peak, just makes 3Kb/s.
It reminds me of my times with phone dial connection… When I had to use the command line browser lynx to navigate when I was downloading Debian CD images.
In fact, I’ve been tweeting using lynx to open mobile.twitter.com…
So, don’t expect any more posts this week (unless some miracle happens and I get a decent connection), but next week will be awesome because although I can’t post, I still can write and you can bet I am doing it.
In the meantime, feel free to read something from the archives or wander through the randomised links below posts!
Keeping Up With Reading Research Papers
Overwhelmed With Projects? Declare Task Bankruptcy
Book Review: The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield (highly recommended book)
Procrastinating? Find the Next Step Up
Time boxing: you will work like never before
Winning Against Your Reading List