Michael Hyatt writes a very useful post: Taming Your E-Mail Inbox – based on suggestions in a book by David Allen – “Getting Things Done”.
The most unproductive thing you can do when it comes to e-mail is to read the same messages over and over again. This has the effect of doubling, tripling, or even quadrupling your workload. Instead, you should read each message once, then decide what to do with it. Read-decide. Read-decide. This is the pattern of effective e-mail processing. The goal is to end up with an empty inbox daily or, at the very least, every couple of days.
Actually the one thing I haven’t done with it yet is connect it to my computer (how unusual for me !!).
The piano is great … I’m really enjoying it. It’s even better now that I’m in a house and not stuck in a block of units – the piano sounds so much better when you can turn the volume up a bit !!!!!! That being said, it sounds really great through headphones too – one of the benefits of a digital piano over a traditional one.
I don’t really have any issues with it at all – it does everything I wanted it to, it sounds great, it feels great, it looks great.
I’ll have to hook it up to the computer and see what I else I can do with it.
I was looking for hp107e reviews and there arn’t too many. How’s your piano now you’ve had it for a while? Any niggles or disappointments? Have you connected it to your computer and what were the results – was it tricky?