Posted on Sun 20 July 2014

Beemind your Papers

If you've seen my post on motivation hacking then you know that I'm using Beeminder to track a wide variety of things. I try everything I can to automate the tracking - import learning data directly from Duolingo, have a custom script poll WaniKani for my current level, track how long I practice piano by reading midi output over USB, integrating with Runkeeper to track how often I run, etc.

Now I've also found a good way to track the papers I read: Every paper I'm interested in I add to Mendeleycache. Then once I've actually read it I can add notes, and most importantly copy it to a special "Paper's I've Read" groupcache. All papers in that group show up in a RSS feed, which I can then track with a similar IFTTT recipe to what I use to track posts on this blog.

Happy tracking!

Category: misc

Tags: university, learning, rationality

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