Some financial advise leans towards being cheap, some towards frugal, and the rest is normally a little out there. Here’s a great article on the difference between cheap and frugal. I like to ere on the frugal side. http://www.mrmoneymustache.com/2012/10/24/frugal-vs-cheap/
Month: October 2012 (Page 1 of 2)
Most of us are experts at procrastination. But…. that can be detrimental at our day job. Here is a great article on how to learn something new. http://pocket.co/sdlyr
Stress it’s something that gets to everyone. Here’s a great article on how to deal with it, and even beat it. http://www.mrmoneymustache.com/2012/10/29/first-understand-then-destroy-stress/
Looking for a new phone to get on Black Friday sales? Engadget has a great article on the various Carriers with reviews to the current top phones.
Ever have the best of intentions to have a day of pure productivity, then sit down and relax and get nothing done?
Here’s a great article on how to set the stage properly so that you can have more productive days.
Dropbox is a wonderful tool for keeping a library of documents, photos, etc synced across multiple devices.
If you have a .EDU email address head on over and get an extra 3 gigs for free. Simply sign in or create a new account to get the space.
My current phone is the HTC Evo 3D. I’ve been running the Team D.I.R.T. AOKP JB ROM for several weeks and while a things have been a miss, such as the camera, overall I’ve been very pleased.
Check it out here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1831841
This past weekend we upgraded the Galaxy Tab to Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.1) on a preview build of CM10.
It’s been incredibly stable and the tablet’s performance is buttery smooth.
The Xoom also received the CM10 treatment. Performance wise it’s slightly better than stock, but the ease with which you can overclock the tablet is a great improvement.
Do you have a favorite Android Jelly Bean ROM?
White boards. Every office has them. Can they help?
Check out LifeHacker.com’s article on how they have helped.
Have you used them effectively?
Here’s a pretty good list of things to help your confidence levels and meet your personal goals.
Do you have a tip to add?