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Microblog: Stephen Wolfram's infrastructure

I've come across interesting post from Stephen Wolfram Seeking the Productive Life: Some Details of My Personal Infrastructure. As the title says, it is about his infrastructure and habits around storing and organizing information.

He describes all kind of automation around data streams he is creating, from email to number of keys pressed on keyboard. I was impressed how he uses his company and Wolfram language to create structured API for the world around him.

I am also trying to organize my personal wikis and infrastructure and habits about creating and maintaining all kind of personal databases and this post was really inspirational.

Do you know any similar posts? I find fascinating to read about other people workflow, for example Warren Ellis has a series of newsletters about other people desk environments. Sadly, this newsletter is not public, but you can see what I mean in the second part of this blogpost: from the republic of newsletters.

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