Podcasts

Grover Podcasts is an excellent app for Windows 10

Over the last year, I’ve had a 45–60 minutes commute each morning. and evening. A perfect opportunity to catch up with podcasts.

Over the last year, these have been my favourite podcasts:

  • The Chernobyl Podcast
  • Edgelands
  • Death in Ice Valley
  • How to Invent a Country
  • 13 Minutes to the Moon
  • Dying for Sex

I expect you should be able to find them on your podcasting application of choice (mine is the free to use PocketCasts for Android).

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Stay at home

On a day when the Scottish Government has made it very clear that life should not feel normal right now, the street in which I live has felt the busiest I’ve ever seen it with people walking in and out of the cul-de-sac, driving in and out, drivers in loud cars heading to the local racetrack.

The Scottish first minister has said that the stricter new measures of social distancing and self-isolation that have been put in place prevent the spread of Covid-19 should not be considered optional.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)—working from home, week 1

This is the end of my first week working from home, thanks to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Before I share a few thoughts about this past week, this video above is one of the clearest I’ve seen about Coronavirus (Covid-19), how it works, how it passes itself on, and just how contagious it is. (Hat tip to Documentally for this.)

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Todoist sections are a game-changer in how I organise myself

Sections in Todoist help

For the last five or six years, I’ve been using a combination of Todoist and Trello to manage my various to do lists and projects but since Doist introduced Todoist Foundations last year, I’ve had to revise how I think about how I organise myself.

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