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Soul Shelter

By Tim Clark and Mark Cunningham

pax wardrobe workstation

blaine finds a neat solution for his workstation. nothing is hacked, really, but it's a nice repurposing of the pax wardrobe.

Reasons to Get a Tattoo (and Reasons Not To)

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The 18 Most Valuable Parts to Success

Written on 5/05/2008 by Nicholas Powiull, writer and owner of Conscious Flex.

Warren Buffett on Market Fluctuations: Investors Gain When the Market Falls

Berkshire Hathaway held its annual shareholders meeting over the weekend.

Is JetBlue using twitter to spy on its customers…or blow their minds?

So, I’m hanging out with William Shatner at the Jet Blue terminal on Friday…

A No Impact Mother's Day note

The folks at 1SKy, whose mission is to focus the power of millions of Americans on the goal of federal action to reduce global warming, is coordinating a spec

The Virtuous Life: Cleanliness

This a 10th post in a series about the Benjamin Franklin’s 13 virtues.

A Guide to Razor Sharp Focus

I’ve written a guest post on 16 ways to keep razor sharp focus at Zen Habits.

16 Ways to Keep A Razor- Sharp Focus at Work

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Glen Stansberry of LifeDev (feed).

The GRS Garden Project: April Update

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” — Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

Reader Success Story: To Wii or Not to Wii?

I received another great e-mail yesterday describing a reader victory. Joshua has been wanting to buy a Nintendo Wii, even though he knows it’s not the best use of his time or money.

This Saturday: a happiness quotation from Marguerite Yourcenar.

“Everything turns out to be valuable that one does for one’s self without thought of profit.” --Marguerite Yourcenar

Prepping for Warren Buffett: The Art of the Elevator Pitch (Videos)

The Oracle of Omaha, the world’s richest man. (Photo: Stephanie Kuykenal/Bloomberg News/Landov)

Whatever’s Clever: How to Take Screenshots Like a Pro

This week’s roundup is about screenshots, screenshots, and screenshots: