Quick Tips And Tricks

admin on September 19th, 2005

By Bob Walsh If you’re not already using Google’s new Desktop Search (Beta 2) released a couple of weeks ago as part of your Getting Things Done process, you are missing out on a seriously useful tool that costs nothing. With this latest version of Google Desktop (GD): * Most of the pain of using […]

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admin on September 14th, 2005

By Britt Parrott It’s all too easy to let your newsreader quickly fill with feeds from sites you find interesting, only to realize weeks later than you don’t have the time nor the interest to scan half of them. It only takes a couple days of being offline for thousands of unread posts to tell […]

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admin on September 12th, 2005

By Patrick Rhone We tech nerds like to think we are prepared for every possible contingency that could come up during the course of our day. One only has to look at the “What’s in you bag?” stream at Flickr to know I am not alone in this statement. Need a box opened or a […]

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admin on September 7th, 2005

We all experience moments of change in our lives. In can be a tragedy, like the folks in Louisiana coping with the effects of a major disaster, or it can be something good, like me getting married. Sometimes we force change and sometimes it’s forced upon us. Change comes in all shapes and sizes and […]

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admin on August 31st, 2005

Awhile back I wrote a post about how to get back on track after time off. One of the things I mentioned was getting back to your regular schedule as soon as possible. While I still think this is a good idea in general, there are times when you simply can’t do that. Like when […]

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admin on August 9th, 2005

Over the last year or so, when I attend conferences (or meetings, or anything I want to make sure I remember something) I leave my laptop either in it’s bag during sessions, or I don’t bring it at all. This has worked out great, and just how I thought it would. I get much more […]

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admin on August 5th, 2005

In my last post I asked my readers for tips to help me be more productive as an at home worker. They responded with a boatload of tips–thanks all! I also did quite a bit of online surfing and reading to see what I could turn up. I found some great stuff. So, I thought […]

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