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 +====== Transparency ======
 +
 +If I were to hire someone, the first thing I'd do is investigate the person online.  With that in mind, here's a little help for future employers and stalkers.
 +
 +====== Pictures ======
 +
 +There aren't a bazillion pictures of me online.  (But there are some that are about two clicks from here.)  But I think it's more interesting to see pictures of my physical space.  So, with no further ado, here are [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/dblume/tags/computer/|my workspaces]].  Slightly neat, slightly messy.  Spacious, with an emphasis on an ergonomic keyboard.  Make of it what you will.
 +
 +====== Productivity ======
 +
 +Happily, it looks like Google with their [[http://steve-yegge.blogspot.com/2006/09/good-agile-bad-agile_27.html|priority queues]] (search for "cue happy rat"), [[http://www.43folders.com/2004/09/introducing_the.html|43Folders]], and I are on the same page.  I've been using the same Getting Things Done-ish homepage for years (Its [[http://task.dlma.com/faq.php|FAQ]]).  It's a site I made to ensure I keep my eye on the ball.
 +
 +====== Attention to Detail ======
 +
 +My home-grown sites illustrate an obsessive attention-to-detail, of which I'm not proud, but there it is.  They're ugly, but they work exactly the way I want.
 +
 +  * [[http://rps.dlma.com/recent.xml|RSS feed]] at my Roshambo site.
 +  * Kids' ages at blog.  (Compare the ages in the sidebar at the [[http://my.dlma.com|home page]], vs. an [[http://my.dlma.com/2003/09/20/rules-and-the-toy/|individual entry's page]].)
 +  * RSS feeds at my Productivity site.  ([[http://task.dlma.com/david.xml|mine]])
 +  * em-based sidebar at this wiki.  (Change the font size at this wiki, and the sidebar adjusts its width accordingly.  That's not true with the [[http://wiki.jalakai.co.uk/dokuwiki/doku.php|original sidebar template]].)
 +
 +====== Trends ======
 +
 +I keep my entire digital life hosted remotely in a subversion repository.  It won't be long before Apple and Google (among others) are going to offer a similar service with a user-friendly facade.  Sun will have been right, with its "The network is the computer."
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