How to Explain clockify vs toggl to a Five-Year-Old
I get that I’m going to say this again and once more after a lot of time, but the truth is that I think the word toggl is probably the most popular word in the world of the English language. People use it when they’re attempting to tell you how to do something.
The word toggl is actually a verb; it means, “to throw,” or “to cause to go.” It is used in the sentence, “He threw the ball into the basket.
Sometimes we just need to put things in perspective. When we throw something back, it seems to say that we know we might have done something wrong.
The thing is, most people don’t read the words toggling a word. They just do the reading and they make up their own mind.
I know you’re all thinking, you know, you know, you know, you know, you know, you know, you know, you know. But you’re wrong, because the truth is, your brain can’t figure out if you’ve done anything wrong or not. It just does. Because as we all know, it’s a very complex and confusing world.
One of the major ways we can help ourselves and others out is by noticing when we are wrong. Just because it doesn’t occur to you to do something, doesn’t mean that you are doing something wrong. And as with most things, the sooner you notice, the sooner you can fix yourself and anyone else who might be affected.
One of the most annoying things we have to deal with as software developers is that our code just doesn’t have the mental capacity to figure things out. The way I’ve always figured out is to make more things than it can handle. You can make code that can handle more things than can be handled in a reasonable amount of time, and that’s awesome. But you have to make it fast enough in order to get something out in a reasonable amount of time.
Your life and the life of a computer is a lot like that of a person who uses the internet for the longest time. When you’re using and working on a computer you can’t do tasks in one day without knowing the code in your head. It’s actually a great way to build a computer and have a good life.
I have to admit I dont like the idea of code that can handle more things than can be handled in a reasonable amount of time. Its not like I have to remember to take out the trash every day, but the amount of times I get to do a task in less than a second is a pretty good indicator of how much work I need to get done in a reasonable amount of time.
The problem is that we have to process one thing at a time. If we have to do 10 things at once, how can we handle all of the things we need to do in a reasonable amount of time? A computer can do more work in a second, but we cant just sit there and do nothing. There is no shortcut to the best way to do things, and the fact that we have to remember to do things makes the situation suck.