Weekend Links: Ogle Planners, Drink Your Way to Health, and Dissect Your LifeNovember 2nd, 2007 · Be the first to comment
Interesting links from around the web to help you through your weekend Study Hacks withdrawal…
A Copious Cornucopia of Productivity-Themed Contraptions
- It’s You! Able to Leap Tall Projects in a Single Bounds | Web Worker Daily
Some advice on how to finally knock off those big projects that have been plaguing you. I’m more from the “suck it up and just get it done” school of thought, but some of these tips might prove to be that key lever you need to get the productivity boulder rolling.
- Thomas Edison versus Nikola Tesla: Who was more productive? | Lifehack.org
The team over at Lifehack.org argue over which inventor was more productive. Gets you thinking about the meaning of the word productive. Are you en route to becoming an Edison or a Tesla?
- My Graduate Student Planner | ProtoScholar
I can’t pass-up the occasional dose of productivity pr0n, especially when it concerns living life as a graduate student.
- Beer after sport ‘is good for the body’ | The Telegraph
Scientists discover that a beer after exercise actually helps you hydrate faster than water alone. And those extra calories? Replenishes what you lost. Frat guys rejoice! (hat tip: The Huffington Post).
- Get Free Stuff | Hack College
The guys (and gal) over at Hack College having a box full of schwag to give away, courtesy of the Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim programming. All you have to do is suggest a post for the site.
- How to Run Life as a Science Experiment | Scott Young
Scott has a great idea: What would happen if you tracked the important processes in your life with hardcore, quantitative metrics? I’m fascinated, and would love to see a case study of someone giving this a try. Anyone interested?