Ken Elf Mathieu Sternberg
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A simple program to show/hide priorities.
Documentation A couple of weeks ago, I read an article in the
Harvard Business Review entitled Two Lists You Should Look At Every Morning. The first is the usual priority list: everything you care about, that you want to spend your attention span on. The other, even more important list, is everything you will ignore: everything that distracts you, saps your time, that takes you away from your achievements. To make a list of everything you do that, ultimately, doesn't make you happy.
It was a solid idea, and I thought it would make a good variation on RightNow!, my last "priority manager" that keeps list of everything you care about. Like RightNow, Priority/Ignore uses your browser's localstore to store its data: nothing is stored here, or anywhere else, and every browser will have its own local store. If you use more than one browser, this may present a problem, but most people have one browser per device, and these lists shouldn't be that long.
This is mostly a tech demo for various JS tools. It is probably one of the cleanest framework for developing webapps I've ever written, and is likely to be the template I use for developing for the next year: Grunt, Mocha, Zombie, Coffee, Haml, Less.
There's an Easter Egg in the code. After installing, try typing in "Defeat the Empire" or "Master the Force" as priorities and see what happens.
Copyright (c) 2012 Elf M. Sternberg
Licensed under the CC-Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.
I chose this license because this is more like content than coding.
In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style.