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Sunday, January 14, 2007

[GAS] Monday Morning Links Serving: The Productivity Edition

Here are a few interesting articles I stumbled upon tonight that should help you all maximize your productivity for the coming week.

44 ways to Protect yourself from phishing

You don’t necessarily have to be tech-savvy to protect yourself from phishing attacks, it’s enough if you keep your wits about you, are a little aware that not all sites on the Internet are the genuine article, and follow one or a combination of the following 44 tips.

Top 10 ways to stop the spam invasion

Spam has become so insidious that every company has to consider the cost and means of reducing its impact. Sometimes it's as simple as implementing a basic spam filter and applying best practices-- i.e., following a few rules for recognizing and eliminating spam. On the other end of the spectrum are the most aggressive tactics, which involve turning the tables on spammers. This article provides ten tips to help eliminate spam email from your inbox.

20 Different Ways to Manage Your To Dos

How many ways are there to manage your task list? Almost as many as there are people with tasks to do. Here are 20 different ways of tracking your to dos, with examples of each.

The 7 deadly sins of résumé design

So you’ve labored with sweat and tears writing your résumé, and now you’re all set to turn it into a magnificently designed creation. Unfortunately, with the freedom of modern computers and fancy software, comes huge opportunities for abuse. When it comes to résumés, both non-designers and professional designers commit some almost unforgivable sins. Here are the 7 deadly sins of résumé design and how to repent:

52 Ways to Manage or Reduce your Stress Level

#24: Get enough sleep. Set your alarm for bedtime.

Turn your blog into a book Part 1 / Part 2

If you've got a book in you, a blog could be just the stepping stone you need toward your first deal. More than ever before, literary agents are paying attention to quality weblogs, and publishers are looking for someone with writing chops and a fresh take on a topic.

Now that you've gone through all of this, get back to work and start being productive! You're not getting paid to read blogs right? :)


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