Matt\’s Cuppa

My take on tea, technology, and our environment

Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 06/11/2007

Posted by telecommatt on June 11, 2007

wcco.com – Check Out Library Media Without Leaving Home

    The Ultimate Getting Things Done Index

    • A huge list of GTD resources including blogs, software, and interviews. Too much to go through all at once. This is one of those things that might sidetrack a serious GTDer into being nonproductive for an afternoon!
       – post by telecommatt

    A Guide to Cultivating Compassion in Your Life, With 7 Practices | zen habits

    • Note: Print this. Very well put together article on developing compassion.
       – post by telecommatt

    Reactee – – Cause a Reaction (shirts that text back)

    • Design a shirt, text the shirt, get a message. This is such a cool idea! Major kudos to the movers behind this one!
       – post by telecommatt

    Lost Labyrinth ~ The best Roguelike on the Net  Annotated

    • An RPG for those with short attention spans. For those not familiar with Rogue-like games, expect to devote a whole lunch break to getting comfortable. Once that’s done, prepare to be addicted!
       – post by telecommatt
    coffeebreak dungeon crawling game

      2 Responses to “Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 06/11/2007”

      1. Editors note: Reactee was kind enough to allow me a test drive of their service. I’ll be doing a feature on them in the near future.

      2. […] the MoMB website with a rather minimalist description: “Shirts that text you back.” I mentioned the Reactee website back in June and was super excited by what I saw. Now, after I’ve had a […]

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