The fruit power source made me wonder: Has anyone made a device that is powered by a growing plant? Plant-derived power could be much more robust than traditional solar cells. A solar cell fails if it gets dirty or broken, but a plant will just grow new leaves and branches.
A more comfortable solution is to get some good noise-cancelling headphones. I have used Bose QC15s for about 3 years and QC3s for several years before that. They are indispensable to me. Audio-Technica makes some less expensive models that block nearly as much noise but are less comfortable to wear. I also hear good things about noise-cancelling earbuds.
Before Trello, I used a simple text wiki named ZuluPad. Now I use five Trello lists:
2. Follow Up (contacted potential customers)
3. To Do (uncontacted potential customers, features, bug fixes, business tasks)
4. Done 2013-01-06~ (tasks completed this week, nice to look over at the beginning of each week)
5. Wishlist (everything that isn't a priority)
I use checklists to keep track of development tasks and testing. I write comments when I interact with a customer. Trello is awesome. I just wish it could make Google Calendar entries for cards that have due dates.
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