This project has a goal to use the notion of contextual awareness to intentionally design the best integrated system for the job. Current applications are less useful since they are not aware of my ADHD and assume I do things the normal way; which is not the case. If data related to ADHD were incorporated into the system design I might actually wind up with a useful to-do list or time or money management software. To date nothing very useful exists. Some help a little more but a truly useful form has yet to be built.
First I'll point out why nothing today works, then examine the requirements to build something that can work.
Then I'll turn these into a technical specification list and a workflow diagram.
I'll conclude with an algorithm and workflow system design and use that to explain why this now will work several orders of magnitude in efficiency over what is available today and move into implementing the theory and having a tangible system up and running. I'll conclude the research, this project phase, by demonstrating the improvement directly. How this relates to accounting software is that I need it in every aspect of my daily life. I find it so uninteresting or tedious that I
cannot do it or use software. Therefore it must be automated to a zero effort on my part degree. We shall being with the reason I have no money until monday has much to do with not accounting for what I spent and having lost the receipts can't even return items. So this system will have to know when a transaction occurs, know what it is about, record it, and keep the receipts all without any effort on my part. This is not an impossible task by any means. Step one is having an autonomous system in team mode to determine when a transaction is made. More than a phone or laptop I tend to carry my guitar around. So the guitar will have to play a role in this determination. So let's try and find telltale signs that are expressed in guitar playing which indicate a transaction that needs to be recorded.
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