Data Archive

  • How I organize my AwesomeNotes folders

    Tweet To recap, you can read about my love affair with AwesomeNotes for $3.99 in these posts. (Stupid name, great application) I am constantly trying to improve my organizational skills, which means I am always changing my folders, consolidating them, splitting them and trying out […]

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  • Picturing Social Order in a Shirt

    Picturing Social Order in a Shirt

    Tweet What a brilliant idea and design. Quite symbolic. In case you can’t read it: Higher managerial and professional occupations: 10.2% Lower managerial and professional occupation: 21.9% Intermediate occupations: 10.4% Small employers and own account workers: 7.3% Lower supervisory and technical occupations: 9.6% Semi routine […]

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  • Downsizing your music collection

    Tweet I don’t own CDs nor do I own cassettes. What I do own, are two hard drives full of music @ 200GB worth. That’s thousands upon thousands of songs, and hundreds of albums, for days and days of music. Credit I COULDN’T FIND WHAT […]

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  • Why people who love to dance are more likely to buy a Mac

    Why people who love to dance are more likely to buy a Mac

    Tweet Article: How Visa Predicts Divorce (which the company denies doing at all), talks about correlations and uncanny similarities between groups of people based on their spending habits and preferences. From the article: Canadian Tire`s findings: Cardholders who purchased carbon-monoxide detectors, premium birdseed, and felt […]

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  • Backing up your work: The reasoning & the process

    Backing up your work: The reasoning & the process

    Tweet For those of you who know me (either online or offline), you will probably hear at one point or another how much I LOVE external hard drives. Why I back up at all Why not, really? It’s like flossing. You KNOW you should do […]

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