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mschechter
    Some thoughts on inbox overload (not the overload of an inbox, but the actual number of inboxes)… http://bettermess.com/avoiding-inbox-overload/
    willjhopkins
      @mschechter …sent to my Instapaper inbox…
      tullyhansen
        @mschechter Thinking about this very topic yesterday, I’m not sure there’s not an important distinction between the boxes you control completely and those that fill up without any intervention on your part. #justathought
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        mschechter
          @tullyhansen Depends on how you use them. It's a valuable thing for me not to have to consider IF this is something I plan to do. Never have that in certain apps and it's useful for me. Then again, I'm messed up :)
          mschechter
            @tullyhansen Decided to expand a bit on why I think the distinction between these matter: http://bettermess.com/if-vs-which/ Hope this adds a bit of context as to why it's useful for me.
            tullyhansen
              @mschechter I think we agree with one another! I totally missed the subhed in your original article (“Make Action Boxes”), and therefore was trying to articulate the very point your second article goes into. Inbox vs. Action box is a handy way to frame it.
              tullyhansen
                @mschechter Here’s my top-of-mind list, #fwiw: - INBOX - Twitter - App.net - Lore - Gdrive - Instagram - Facebook - Instacast - email - RSS - ACTION BOX - OmniFocus - Dropbox (esp. Camera Uploads) - Instapaper - Pinboard - Notesy - Mac HD
                tullyhansen
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                  tullyhansen
                    @mschechter Except, of course, that’s still a crazy-making (not to mention inexhaustive) list. :-/