News in Preview 2021: What’s to Come in Productivity and Technology in 2021?

News in Preview 2021: What’s to Come in Productivity and Technology Next Year?

News in Preview 2021: What’s to Come in Productivity and Technology Next Year?

On this week’s show, we close out the current year with a news in preview 2021 discussion. What’s to come in productivity and technology next year? Listen to the episode to learn what we and our panelists think.

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In this Cast | News in Preview 2021

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Art Gelwicks, a productivity and collaboration consultant, blogger at, and host of the Being Productive podcast as well as ProductivityCast podcast.

Frank Buck, EdD

Dr. Frank Buck makes organization easy so you can increase productivity, decrease stress, and enjoy life. Global Gurus has ranked Dr. Buck as #1 in the world in the “Time Management” category for 2019 and 2020. From band director to principal to central office administrator and now to productivity coach and speaker, welcome to Anything But Idle, Frank.

Headlines & Show Notes

Resources we mention, including links to them, will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

Stories of the Week

New Tools of the Week

Augusto and I come across many personal productivity tools and services each week. In this segment, New Tools of the Week, we each bring you a tool we think you might like.

New Tool 1 (Ray)

OthersideAI | AI-Powered Email Assistant

New Tool 2 (Augusto)

Uno Task

New Tool 3 (Art)


Bundled Notes

New Tool 4 (Frank)

PhotoScan by Google

Raw Text Transcript | DRAFT

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