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Cooper Whitescarver
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Just posted my thoughts on today's Live Apple Event over on my site. What did you think?
Cooper Whitescarver 09 Sep 2014 on Technology. Apple Event Summary & Thoughts. I (sort of) watched the Apple Event today and thought I'd do a short writeup of what I thought and saw. There wasn't anything surprising from today's event. We all knew the iPhone would be refreshed and that Apple ...
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Phones light up with the latest meaningless event, the latest email, photo, tweet, and more. Do you need to see that alert right now? It’s easy to lose focus. But what happens when we do? What does it do to our work and our life?

• We can't operate at our full potential.
• Projects take longer than they should.
• Meaningful interactions with friends and family get interrupted.
• You aren't experiencing the life going on around you as you could.

Improve Your Productivity with these Seven Tips
http://flyinthecoop.com/improve-your-productivity-with-these-seven-tips/
Cooper Whitescarver 13 Aug 2014 on Focus | productivity | tips | self improvement. Improve Your Productivity with these Seven Tips. Fire. Have you ever started newspaper on fire with a magnifying glass? If you're familiar with this, you've figured out that it requires you focus the sunlight onto ...
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Is it odd that I didn't even read this article, but noticed that there is Ketchup on the table and no one even used it? http://www.theonion.com/articles/tom-and-julies-reasons-for-entering-couples-therap,21086/?utm_source=recentnews
CARMEL, CA—Approximately 45 minutes into a dinner party at their beachfront home Friday, Tom and Julie Raskin's six guests listened on in total silence as their hosts launched into an extended exp...
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What sacrilege...ketchup is too good to waste.

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I don't understand the Stream. It isn't showing posts by time (newest at top). They seem random. Issue or intentional?
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No clue. Does seem rather chaotic.

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Your time is valuable. It is the most valuable resource you have as it is non-renewable. Do you have enough time in the day to do everything you want to? Probably not. 

You’re not alone.

Read more:
http://flyinthecoop.com/spreading-yourself-too-thin-hobbies/
Cooper Whitescarver 20 Aug 2014 on Productivity | Tips. Spreading Yourself Too Thin: Hobbies. Intro. Your time is valuable. It is the most valuable resource you have as it is non-renewable. Do you have enough time in the day to do everything you want to? Probably not.
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Not a good outlook. What if all devs banded together and didn't support any version of IE until they were more responsible and followed standards? That'd be awesome.

http://paulirish.com/2011/browser-market-pollution-iex-is-the-new-ie6/
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What an extremely non-traditional business model. I'm interested to see how this evolves as time goes on. Foundation 08 (Quick Update w/Philip Rosedale)
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I feel if Americans were more open to being fair and sharing money than this (and the restaurant they mentioned) could be very successful. When Americans are asked to name their price I feel....they think it should be free.
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Poor-Fair is even too high of a rating but there isn't an option any lower. The mechanic at a local repair shop that was actually honest with me was furious with Firestone when he heard about this: I have no idea how other Firestone locations operate but this one is awful. Took my car in for an oil change this afternoon and they told me I needed $1,650 worth of repairs done as soon as possible. I thought something was fishy so took it to a local shop for another opinion. Turns out only two of the many from the list Firestone provided actually needed to get done and only cost me $300. I will always avoid this location and tell EVERYONE to do the same.
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