To get started on a major project you’re postponing, start with this piece of cake idea.
Rather than spend time speeding things up for the sake of doing more, take time to think about whether or not what you are doing is worth you doing it at all.
Finishing immediate, mundane tasks can improve your ability to tackle tougher, important things.
A brilliant discovery: The “hands” of Lego figures are just the right size to clip various types of wires into.
When you find the ways to change something you’d like to change just aren’t working, here’s some advice: “Flip it around.”
InfiniteUSB provides a way to create an open chain of USB ports: How? Each plug also is a port.
Best known for a wide array of accessories and peripherals for mobile devices, Griffin Technology is releasing a variety of products to organize cables and cords for a car, home and office workspace.
A simple to follow method that will save you time and hassle every day.
Small Business Year-end Tip: Get rid of stuff you don’t need! (And how to determine what that stuff is.)
The first two hours after waking up are the brain’s two most productive hours. Don’t waste them on simple tasks
Evernote’s redesign of it web browser extension, Web Clipper, is an overhaul that takes something good, and makes it even better.
Except for duct tape, the big binder paper clips could be the most versatile tool in your office. Here are just a few things you can do with them.
An easy-to-manage method of separating online personal accounts from business accounts (and settings, preferences, passwords, bookmarks, etc.) is to simply use two web browsers.
Twitter lists can help you see the tweets you don’t want to miss and avoid the ones clogging up your default Twitter timeline.
On the anniversary of the Wright Brothers being granted a patent for their flying machine.
With some Bluetooth devices, here’s the next best thing to an airline-friendly laptop.
Advice for avoiding online scams that try to make you think they originate with Google.
On the 133rd anniversary of his birth, plain-spoken wisdom from Harry S. Truman.