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A Fun Productivity Tips Post Based on Alan Turing

08.05.2013
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Lifehacker published a post this week with productivity tips from the life of Alan Turing.  It's a nice post that draws on the fanboy-ism toward Turing from many computer scientists and programmers, but if you've already researched Turing, you're probably already familiar with a lot of the information in the article already.  The productivity tips are pretty broad as well.

Alan Turing's Best Productivity Tricks


Still, it's worth a skim for most people.  I was interested in the Enigma Code cracking documentary video clip that was embedded, but when I went to the YouTube page, a lot of commenters said that it wasn't very good at acknowledging the other parties that were crucial to cracking the code.