Monthly Archives: May 2009

Modern Renaissance Man

by Brett & Kate McKay Awhile back, we posted about the importance of striving to fulfill your complete potential by becoming a true Renaissance man. While we live in a world that encourages specialization, a man should seek to learn about as … Continue reading

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Protable Chrome Updates Speed (Oh Yea)

By The How-To Geek, 11:00 AM on Wed May 27 2009  Windows only: Fresh on the heels of the Google Chrome 2.0 release comes an unofficial portable version from German blogger Caschy—who put together the last portable version of Chrome. Like before, you can simply extract … Continue reading

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Are You Doing Business In The Cloud?

by Thursday Bram All of my email addresses are directed to my Gmail account. Most of the documents I need on a daily basis are on Google Docs. I’ve been slowly moving towards living in the cloud. In a way, this … Continue reading

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8 Tools to Find Someone Online

  by Thursday Bram Finding a way to contact someone has gotten a lot easier: just type their name into Google and follow a few links. For many people, you’ll quickly find a profile on Facebook, a blog or even an … Continue reading

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How to Separate your Data and Operating System

May 27th, 2009 at 9:28 am By Gina Trapani via smarterware.org Gina wrote: Last week I downloaded and installed the Windows 7 release candidate (free for anyone to use till June of next year) and the whole process was much easier because I’ve … Continue reading

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Mono-Task and Work More Effectively

from Dumb Little Man – Tips for Life by Ali A few years ago, “multi-tasking” was a big buzzword. When people wanted to sound busy, the common response was, "I am multi-tasking". However, trying to write emails, talk on the phone, finish that … Continue reading

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The Irony of Social Networking

Written by Lane Wallace for The Atlantic There were two back-to-back articles in yesterday's Science Times that provided … probably unintentionally … bookend perspectives on the pros and cons of social networking technology. In the first, anthropologist Pauline Wiessner discusses how strong social … Continue reading

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