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@ 2020-11-21 17:34 ` Texas Cyberthal
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From: Texas Cyberthal @ 2020-11-21 17:34 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Hi Quintus,

I recall with grim fondness arranging the Windows Start menu hierarchy
by mouse.  An inefficient experience I would never waste time on

Voit> All relevant studies show that for file retrieval on the local
computer system or local network, navigation is chosen over search in
the absolute majority of cases.


Back then, searching was a pain.  However, today I hold no ill will
towards desktop search, because Textmind handles the bulk retrieval
affordance for which search is ill-suited.

Hi McHugh,

Looks like you compressed the directory hierarchy into single letters
because you lacked Treefactor to iteratively batch refile stuff where
it goes, so you needed to reach destinations in one move.

I'm sure Vi keys could make my workflow even faster, but input speed
isn't my bottleneck anyway.

Nor is thought speed.  It's just a question of putting in the hours.

Cyborganize converts effort into intelligent action and publication,
as fast as my biology can deliver productive keyboard hours.

That wasn't true before I had Pubmind and 10 Bins working.  The whole
is greater than the parts.  I'll hit another limit once I start
feeling the absence of Dbmind, no doubt.

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