What’s the agenda for today? The Google Script will send you a daily email digest of all the events that are scheduled for today. The email includes the event’s title and the start and end dates but you can extend it to include the event’s location, description and other details.
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A Mississippi law passed in 2012 restricted teachers from teaching condom use in sex ed classes. In response, educator and education reform advocate Sanford Johnson developed a simple (and pretty funny) workaround.
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As you will have read in various other places it is not productive to stay “in” Outlook and constantly respond to all the incoming e-mail.
It’s much better to go into your e-mail when it suits YOU – process your e-mail for a set period of time and then get back to some “real” work.
I had looked at various ways to implement this but it turns out that this is simple to implement using AutoHotkey (AHK).
Continue reading Productivity – Stay OUT of Outlook
As important as they are, routers and modems aren’t the prettiest things to look at. Keep them from cluttering up the view with their constantly blinking lights with a simple magazine storage box.
The photos above from Design O.C.D. pretty much say it all. It’s even easier to do than using a book cover to camouflage your router or hiding it in an old radio, and might provide a bit more airflow depending on the size of your router.
Equipment Organization | Design O.C.D.
from Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com