"WE ARE THE BORG. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE. WE WILL ADD YOUR BIOLOGICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL DISTINCTIVENESS TO OUR OWN."
And so it begins…
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"Monkey On Your Back is your to-do list for things that you want other people to do. Create a monkey for each task you want to delegate to someone else. We'll send that person email reminders about the task, and email you a reminder when the deadline for the task has expired."
I see this and I think, "hollandaise sauce". I'm a sick, sick puppy…
Over at PC World, Matt Peckham has a great overview of the winners and finalists at the 2007 and 2008 Independent Games Festival.
Reclaim Memory by Mastering Windows' Task Manager: "While a lot of programs claim to optimize memory use and pare down processes, Windows' built-in Task Manager can do the job just fine, given the right tools and know-how. Today you'll extend and empower Windows' Task Manager to speed up your system by cutting out unnecessary memory hogs."
60+ Killer Open Courseware Collections for Web Designers is a giant list of open courseware centered on computer graphics design and the Web.
I am quite certain that each of my brothers has said this about me at one time or another. And I can't blame them…
The Immaculate Heart College Art Department Rules can be applied to great effect by everyone, not just art students. A sampling:
4) Consider everything an experiment.
5) Be self-disciplined. This means finding someone wise or smart and choosing to follow them. To be disciplined is to follow in a good way. To be self-disciplined is to follow in a better way.
6) Nothing is a mistake. There is no win and no fail. There is only make.