beeminding your pocket queue

This just came up on twitter and I think some of you who are actually
beeminding your Pocket queues have a better way to do this. Can you
remind us what that is? Something about sending Beeminder a +1 when
you add something and -1 when you read something?

Related: http://beeminder.uservoice.com/forums/3011-general/suggestions/4154357-integrate-with-pocket
(note the IFTTT link there as well)


http://dreev.es – search://"Daniel Reeves"
Goal tracking + Commitment contracts == http://beeminder.com

When I beemind things like this, it’s usually not the absolute length
of the queue which I mind, but the maximum age of any one item. If
something has been sitting in my queue for more than a week, it needs
to be read, or discarded. (I do similar things with my RTM inbox,
when I actually have that software running…)

On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 9:08 PM, Daniel Reeves dreeves@beeminder.com wrote:

This just came up on twitter and I think some of you who are actually
beeminding your Pocket queues have a better way to do this. Can you
remind us what that is? Something about sending Beeminder a +1 when
you add something and -1 when you read something?

Related: http://beeminder.uservoice.com/forums/3011-general/suggestions/4154357-integrate-with-pocket
(note the IFTTT link there as well)


http://dreev.es – search://"Daniel Reeves"
Goal tracking + Commitment contracts == http://beeminder.com


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I agree that the staleness of posts matters most to me, but I would take as
simple an integration as just the count of items. I just added to my use
case (the tweet that prompted this thread) here on uservoice:

-Adam

On Thursday, July 18, 2013 12:16:05 AM UTC-4, Paul Fenwick wrote:

When I beemind things like this, it’s usually not the absolute length
of the queue which I mind, but the maximum age of any one item. If
something has been sitting in my queue for more than a week, it needs
to be read, or discarded. (I do similar things with my RTM inbox,
when I actually have that software running…)

On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 9:08 PM, Daniel Reeves <dre...@beeminder.com<javascript:>>
wrote:

This just came up on twitter and I think some of you who are actually
beeminding your Pocket queues have a better way to do this. Can you
remind us what that is? Something about sending Beeminder a +1 when
you add something and -1 when you read something?

Related:
http://beeminder.uservoice.com/forums/3011-general/suggestions/4154357-integrate-with-pocket
(note the IFTTT link there as well)


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Goal tracking + Commitment contracts == http://beeminder.com


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Ahh, I did not realise that I could use ifttt pocketbee recipes to do both
a +1 and -1, I was just doing a -1. , I have just set that up to send both
a +1 and a -1 to the bot depending on whether an item was added or read and
will see how it works.

Tom.

On Thursday, 18 July 2013 05:08:56 UTC+1, Daniel Reeves wrote:

This just came up on twitter and I think some of you who are actually
beeminding your Pocket queues have a better way to do this. Can you
remind us what that is? Something about sending Beeminder a +1 when
you add something and -1 when you read something?