Personal Organization Web Watch | Technology & Social Media Resources | September 09

Every day I post useful links from top sources for happiness, productivity and personal organization to my Facebook Page.

Here’s a round-up of recent links on Technology & Social Media:

Personal Organization WebWatch Top 10 Tricks for Making Your Playlists Rock
Source: www.lifehacker.com

“If music is part of your everyday work routine, workout, or commute, stuffing your player full of tunes and hitting shuffle just won’t cut it. Scan these 10 tips for improving and expanding your music playlists.”

Personal Organization WebWatch 11 Brilliant Web Based Event & Meeting Planners
Source: www.dumblittleman.com

“Planning and organizing meetups and events is no longer the cumbersome task which required you to contact people individually and make sure they don’t miss the event. The web 2.0 era has spawned upon some cool and easy to use tools.”

Personal Organization WebWatch Don’t post that!’ — networking etiquette emerges
Source: www.physorg.com

“As Facebook and Twitter change the way we communicate,
the rules of etiquette surrounding these interactions is still evolving…”

Personal Organization WebWatch Back to School: 10 Terrific Web Apps for Teachers
Source: www.mashable.com

“Web apps are helping teachers to save time and focus less on administrative tasks and more on teaching students. Here are 10 terrific apps that make the grade.”

Personal Organization WebWatch Twistory Backs Up Your Tweets to a Calendar Feed
Source: www.LifeHacker.com

“Twistory is yet another free tool to back up online accounts, specifically Twitter posts. It goes beyond a simple data dump, though, by plotting your tweets in an easy-to-import iCal feed.”

Personal Organization WebWatch 6 Smart Gmail Tricks To Help You Get The Most Out Of It
Source: www.dumblittleman.com

“Dumb Little Man shares ideas to make the everyday person more productive in life. Expect to read tips on finance, saving money, business, and some DIY for the house.”

Personal Organization WebWatch

Reduce Monitor Scratches with Toothpaste
Source: www.lifehacker.com

“We already knew that toothpaste boasts all kinds of magical scratch-removal powers, so it’s no surprise that the handy paste can also be put to work improving scratched computer monitors.”

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Michele | Get Organized Gal

Michele is into writing, books, simplicity, love, TV, productivity, and staying thin in a world of chocolate.

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