Monday by the Numbers

December 3, 2007

American Rhetoric’s Top 100 Speeches – Would there be any doubt that “I Have a Dream” is number 1? Of course it is, and as it turns out, you can listen to it and many others from this site. JFK … Continued

Graphically Organize with Graphic Organizers

November 27, 2007

Graphic.org has all you need to know about building and maintaining a graphic organizer for any project, plan, or goal. Even if you don’t currently use graphic organizers, you might want to check out this site to see if there … Continued

Stop Ducking Me: Schedule Meetings with TimeToMeet

November 9, 2007

Getting teachers to agree on a meeting time is tougher than getting people to agree on pizza toppings. Everyone’s schedules are filled to overflowing. How can you find a time that works for everybody? TimeToMeet offers an easy solution. You … Continued

NaNoWriMo – Get Your Fingertips Ready!

October 29, 2007

Last year, I participated in NaNoWriMo for the first time. Alas, a constant editor, I did not meet my goal and didn’t come close to reaching the finish line. For the uninitiated, NaNoWriMo is also known as National Novel Writing … Continued

Get Organized for Cheap with PocketMod

October 29, 2007

I never go anywhere without paper and a pen. Those little Moleskine notebooks work great—they’re durable, and you can keep a lot of info in there. They also cost $10-12, and feel a little bulky in your pocket. If you’re … Continued

Develop Good Habits Before You Need Them

October 22, 2007

We’ve all got our own ways of doing things. But does “Hey, it works for me!” really mean “I’ve got bad habits that I’m too old to fix”? Everybody has bad habits. Often, they originated when we were young, when … Continued