Anil Dash has an interesting post about the "true nature" of blog comments
Do you procrastinate because your crazy or because your lazy or both? Hara Marano tries to help you get out from under this nasty habit.
Those are the people who turn delay into a lifestyle, such an invasive, deeply ingrained habit that it undermines achievement and feels ineradicable. Joseph Ferrari, professor of psychology at DePaul University in Chicago, finds that procrastinators put off everything, at home, at work and in their social life, bringing on a great deal of anxiety and depression. The rest of us merely delay some tasks sometimes.
About.com’s Guide to Walking Wendy Bumgardner describes how she uses an exercise ball as her office chair.
The Doodlepost weblog shows you how to turn your old CRT monitor – you know, the one that’s so deep it took up the whole desk – into a trash can.
It is important to note that the acid free nature of an ink is not nearly as important as the paper. When writing anything of any importance, one should always write it on acid-free pH neutral paper. While ink will change and possibly degrade over time if highly acidic, the paper will crisp and yellow within ten to fifty years if it is highly acidic. One can see these results in old newspapers or paperback novels.
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