Monday, July 30, 2007

Hack your library life is a handy site which features some great tips on everything related to maximizing your time -- of course their about page states it best
The phrase describes any hacks, tips and tricks that get things done quickly by automating, increase productivity and organizing. This site is built around this theme. It is a frequently updated blog, which provides news and articles which able you to get things done in a faster pace.
I know everyone is busy and coordinating calendars to schedule meetings can be hectic -- but today LifeHack offers up a little time management calendar that everyone in the library (or on that committee or the reference desk or...) could utilize.
Trying to organize a day where everyone is available? A work meeting or drinks with your enormous entourage; it can be difficult to find that one day when we’re all free. In comes the Iteration List.

This is a very simple, bare-bones, text-based calendar that allows each person to edit in their free and not-free days. Forward this one through everyone’s emails and you’ll have that special day set in a few hours....

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