9 July 2010

The Creative Process by Virus Comix – a huge, scroll intensive comic commenting on the painful process of making stuff. #

[via:Jean Nygård]

8 February 2010

Prezi – non-linear, web-based presentation program

There’s an offline viewer available. Those who still need a PowerPoint-style linear presentations tool could try Sliderocket.

[via:Binero]

24 January 2010

Quix – quick commands for the web in a single, compatible bookmarklet

No browser extensions required.

[via:Merlin Mann]

13 January 2010

E-mail on space stations delivered in Outlook OST files

Jesus.

[via:Slashdot]

15 August 2009

Gmail now supports sending through custom SMTP servers

This is old news at this point, but I think it’s worth noting. Your job application will no longer have that “Sent on behalf of ‘[email protected]'” stench.

[via:Smarterware]

31 March 2009

Gizmodo’s “messy workplace” photo contest

These are just pathetic tries compared to my old room. I bought a laptop and stopped using the place for everything except sleeping after my desk got sedimented with junk.

[via:Charris]

3 January 2009

Jack Cheng's love-growth-cash triangle

Figuring out why you do Stuff: the love-growth-cash triangle

[via:43 Folders]

15 September 2008

Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School

“Brain Rules by [developmental molecular biologist] John J. Medina is a multimedia project explaining how the brain works. It includes a book, a feature-length documentary film, and a series of interactive tutorials.”

Non-suck Xmas gift or back to school demotivator. The book has a very polite and constructive way of saying that our society is insane and should be considered harmful.

[via:Brain Science Podcast]

8 September 2008

Procrastination flowchart

I have an older version backupped, too.

[via:Dvorak]

1 September 2008

Undistraction, idea for new browser tab default page

[via:Merlin]

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