Here I am again with a pile of clippings and thoughts to share. My intent was to make this a weekly affair but that has hasn't happened yet. I thought this would be a good one to start with:
- I was going to refer to an articlein the Globe and Mail on Procrastination, but I waited too long - the link no longer works. It was written by Dr. Timothy Pychyl of Carleton University, turns out he heads up their Procrastination Research Group. Who knew! Check them out here.
- If your PC is starting to fade and you can't afford a new one, there was a helpful article on the Citizen on sources for refurbished electronics. These could be things that were returned unused to a store, or back to a supplier after a lease is finished. They're checked over and tested before being resold, and come with warranties from30 days to 2 years. I checked out one of the stores The Trailing Edge, they have a wide selection online and even more in the store apparently. And they were helpful on the phone for a fan problem I had.