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Three Web 2.0 Apps I am Waiting for

Normally I am not someone who waits around for web apps to launch, or even follow them. I really learned my lesson from Scrybe. In the middle of September I realized that I needed a new productivity system. When I saw scrybe, I decided to put off making my system until I got an invitation. It took me until mid-november to give up on Scrybe, and put the work into creating my new system with Toodledo. My second disapointment...

Meme: My Killer GTD Setup

A couple days ago,  I read this meme over at GTD Experiences, and I felt inclined to respond. What can I say? I like talking about my GTD setup! I think I have a fairly simple system compared to a lot of other bloggers with more customized and complicated (and probably more effective for them) systems. Here are the main three parts of my GTDing. Inbox/Item Collection I try to centralize it, but I always end up with multiple...

Meme: Who is in my feed list?

I have just been “challenged” at Lorelle on WordPress to post about who is in my feed list. I probably wouldn’t have written this a month ago, because my feed list was nothing to be proud of. I had over 120 individual subscriptions, many of them to large posting sites such as Digg, Reddit, and Del.icio.us, which posted upwards of 70 items a day each. Since then, I have drastically reduced my feed intake,...

10 Tips for Responsible WoW Gaming

You may have heard of the massively multiplayer online game “World of Warcraft” or WoW for short. WoW is basically an online world where players can choose a character, and adventure through the world, fighting monsters and completing quests. It has a similar game style to other RPGs, but it is vastly more complicated and intricate. The game-play possibilities are so endless that if you don’t have strong will power,...

Storage Hack: How to Fold Chip Bags so they don’t ...

Don’t you hate it when you want to fold away a bag of chips for later, but it keeps coming undone? If you want to seal in the freshness, you usually have to use a piece of scotch tape, or an elastic. Here is a cool video showing a hack you can apply to any chip bag that is big enough. It is kind of complicated, and personally if I was in my kitchen I would just reach for an elastic, but if you are traveling or don’t...