Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

March 23, 2008 4

Matthew Cornell @ answers to your academic productivity questions

By in Interviews, Time management, Web 2.0, Writing

Tweet Hello everyone. Thanks very much for your great questions, and for having me here. Following are my answers, some thoughts on academic productivity, and some ideas from my consulting work with faculty. I hope you find them helpful. Contents Background of the problem Answers to your questions Additional academic productivity opportunities Background of the [...]

February 22, 2008 3

Use the new 2.0 superpowers: make a comment

By in Announcements, Interviews

Tweet The new 2.0 is being out for a month now. Yay! But it seems that most users (yes, users, not readers) didn’t really take advantage of the new features. The goal of 2.0 is to have more content for everybody. So what can you do to make 2.0 better? Simple. Start [...]

January 28, 2008 11’s interviews Matt Cornell: Submit your questions

By in Announcements, Blog, Interviews, Time management

Tweet We have talked about Matt Cornell before on our post “Matt’s idea blog on GTD and Faculty Productivity“. When I first found his blog, Matt mentioned that… [He] would work with three self-selected early faculty members, coach them in the method, and hopefully give the director enough information to decide if the results merited [...]

March 7, 2007 8

How do you submit seven papers in a month? interview with Dan Navarro

By in Cognitive science, Interviews, Resources, Teaching, Writing

Tweet Dan posted in his blog that he had managed to get seven papers out in the open literature in January. I had to interview him. How do you manage your daily workload? Dan Navarro: A lot more pragmatically than I used to. I put an hour or so aside each morning to cover the [...]

December 11, 2006 0

Is virtual networking effective?

By in Interviews, Jobs, Socializing

Tweet One other thing that hasn’t changed . . . There are still people who make the transition into a new job quickly and relatively painlessly, and other people with similar experience/credentials who go months or years without these same nibbles. I credit the difference to two things: 1) How the person felt about their [...]