Marc Andreessen’s Guide to Personal Productivity

In my earlier posts, I mentioned Marc Andreessen’s recently created blog. I think I don’t have to tell you that it is a great read. If you are curious to find out how thinks and what is a day like for a man his stature (dang… he’s only 35 years old! Turning 36 this year!) , then, read on.

Marc has accomplished so much (need I mention Netscape again??) in his young life and we can expect more from him in the years to come. Presently, he busies himself with his new company called NING, apart from the myriad other things he preoccupies himself with (his blogging, his VC concerns, etc.).

So, to the point of this post… if you are carrying a hellish schedule and are looking for ways to maximize the 8-hour or 10-hour or 12-hour or 18-hour (Hey! Get a Life!) work day, take a look at Marc Andreessen’s Guide to Personal Productivity.

Can’t keep a schedule? Then, don’t keep one! 🙂


One response to “Marc Andreessen’s Guide to Personal Productivity

  1. With respect to Marc’s productivity article, I really liked the 3 lists approach he advocates. I started out doing it in notepad, but that quickly because cumbersome. I wrote a small program to help keep track of it. It’s free to download and use forever. It runs on Windows. Here’s the link:

    If anyone has any suggestions, comments or ideas please don’t hesitate to email me.

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