Apart from giving the Workflow an API key to use, you should provide the zemfile keyword a Search Scope to just the folder containing your articles. To do that, open up the Workflow in Alfred Preferences, double-click the zemfile keyword and select your desired folder in the " Search Scope" tab in the slide down panel. I keep my articles in ~/ Dropbox/ Articles/ , for example.
As Brett mentions in his article, the terms returned by Zemanta are sometimes a little …
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Perfect Workflow in - A two-hour video course. 2
Collective Code Construction Contract - Lots of good patterns here for writing open source software, but the normative language turns me off.
SublimePrettyJson - A useful plugin if your job, like mine, includes prowling through dumps looking for clues.
Perfect Workflow in Sublime Text 2.
This is the best text editor for laying down the code in my opinion. I've been throughafter IDE and I've found Sublime Text 2 to be wonderful.
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Legit - " Workflow for ", some aliases for common git operations.
Testing with CoffeeScript - ebook.
Divshot - " for ". Drag and drop page design, then export to HTML/CSS. Taking signups.
Fix ActiveSupport Integration with Mocha - Not really all that significant, but how could I not link to my first commit in ages?
Parellize assets:precompile - Monkeypatch for …
Admittedly, I may just be using the wrong apps to get something out of Launch Center. Or my workflow may just not be appropriate for it to fit in. (As opposed to Clear , which I did manage to fit in.)
Also, I didn't really get the appeal of Launch Center's "scheduling" feature, which debuted in version 1.1 . It uses a " Notification Center"-based approach to push shortcuts you have defined and scheduled to your lock screen for easy access …
…service bus), ERP (enterprise resource planning), accounting, queueing, workflow, BPM (business process management), SDLC software (software development life cycle), ALM (application life cycle management), enterprise identity management, SSO (single sign on), or the other numerous systems. PaaS is beginning to and extending support around all of these things - however there is the battle. Where does one simplify these systems to implement? PaaS always simplifies and improves management …
…person isn't always true for everyone. Multitasking has to be taken on a case-by-case basis.
Stay Focused On Your Terms
While these are the ways we stay productive, which we hope you find useful, we know that they don't always work for everyone. Your workflow may be different from ours. Somedays you may have to multitask, other days it's not possible. In end, however, stay focused and it's in your hands to figure out how best to do that.
Yes,scales, but perhaps not quite in the way you expect.
Let's start at the beginning. First follow the foundational principles 
Start with what you do now
Agree to pursue incremental, evolutionary change
Initially, respect the current process, roles, responsibilities & job titles
then adopt the core practices
Visualize the Workflow 
Make Process Policies Explicit
Improve Collaboratively (using models/scientific method)
Keep Your Workflow by Capturing Pages Any Way You Need
Notable users always want more ways to capture screenshots and upload mockups. It makes total sense; interfaces fundamentally influence people's behaviour. Users naturally find it easy to include Notable in their workflow if we provide one click ways to get in to the app. Adding more ways to get things in the Notable was really a no-brainer; the challenge was in ensuring that it was done in a way our users would love.
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