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Home - Software reviews, downloads, news, free trials, freeware and full commercial software - Downloadcrew 101 Things in 1001 days UPDATE: I have a new 101 Things to do in 1001 days list… keeping the tradition alive. {And still trying to finish a lot of things left from my original 101 list.} A while back I heard about this of “101 things to do in 1001 days” list. I was intrigued because the “lifelist” (aka bucket list) wasn’t going so well for me. I didn’t have a deadline, I didn’t really see myself finishing some of the things. And with the priorities changing, so did the list. Start date: June 3, 2010 End date: March 1, 2013 Things involving money… Write a book (#NaNoWriMo – 50,000 words in 30 days. Things involving food/drink… Things involving others… Kiss in the rainJoin a book clubPay for the meal of someone behind me @ drive thruGo on a picnicHost a dinner partyAsk a random guy on a dateSend anonymous flowers to someonePut together a “girls night in” for my friends (my B-day party – 09.30.2011)Have a board game night with my familyGive a 100% tip Things involving adventure… Things involving travel…

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FeedDemon - Free Windows RSS Reader 101 Things in 1001 Days | Coffee Helps Some of you will remember my 101 Things to do in 1001 Days challenge, which I started way back at the start of 2009 in Estonia, and ended a few days before my 30th birthday last year. For those of you who don’t, the idea is that you come up with 101 things you want to do in the next 1001 days, and aim to check them all off your list. The goals must be specific, not vague – things that you can confidently check off the list as having completed. (For example – instead of “get fit”, find measurable ways of achieving that, like “go to the gym 3 times a week for 3 months”, or “go to an exercise class”.) Well, it’s time to do it again. I completed 84 of my original 101 challenges. I’m excited to be setting out on this challenge again, because it did amazing things for me last time. So, here we go! Travel, travel, travel. Take better care of myself. Keep learning, improving my general knowledge, and exercising my brain. Try new things. Enjoy life. Write more. Do things that scare me. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

On ne dit pas… mais on dit… 40 Sites You Might Actually Use There are plenty of lists out there that do a good job of telling you the best applications for whatever occasion you could come up with. I decided to avoid a list of what is “best” and instead put together a list of sites that I actually use. You can probably find better alternatives for most of these categories, but all the applications I’ve listed here I fire up at least once a week. News and Bookmarking 1. Runner Up: – Still a must visit for anyone looking for a website or two to break up the monotony. 2. Runner Up: YCombinator – A well executed news site in it’s own right. 3. Runner Up: Digg – Oh Digg, if only you weren’t so frustrating. Conversation 4. Runner Up: Plurk – It’s a much “cuter” version of Twitter with an innovative timeline interface. 5. Runner Up: Social Thing! 6. Runner Up: Tweetscan – Tweetscan used to be my favorite Twitter search engine, but the API caps have really hurt it. Multimedia 7. 8. 9. 10. Runner Up: 72 Photos – A new entrant into the market.

6 Ways To Discover Your Authentic Work By Ruchira Agrawal Some of you may be familiar with the term 'authentic work', others perhaps reading this for the first time and wondering what it really means. The term 'authenticity' according to Wikipedia means - "the degree to which one is true to one's own personality, spirit, or character", despite "external forces, pressures, and influences". And when you apply it to your work, it obviously means engaging in work that is closest to who you are as a person and what you're naturally gifted and talented in. Some people seem to know early on in life what exactly they want to do when they grow up. Unfortunately most either aren't fortunate enough to have a clear dream or even if they do, over time due to external influences and factors (parents, teachers, what pays well, prestige and so on) forget or choose to let go of it. Fortunately, we get second chances; how they arrive, in what shape or form, it doesn't matter. An authentic career is about being you .

Ultimate Boot CD - Overview Bucket List Creation Websites & Apps With so many list creation sites out there it can be difficult to choose which one to use. You’ll want to consider where your friends are gathering to share their lists. Aside from that, here are some thoughts about 19 sites and 19 apps and what they have to offer. Almost all are free and generally require registering an account to use. Some link with popular social media sites so you can share with your existing networks. I have also found an app to help you better accomplish your concert-going bucket list. (Note: this list is updated periodically. Bucket List Creation Sites 43 Things. The Bucket List Companion. Bucketlistly. Bucket List Match. Bucquistador. Challenge List Creator. Day Zero. Go Mighty. My Life List™. PopClogs. Share Buckets. Trip Bucket. Wakeup List. Bucket List Smartphone Apps 111 Things Lite by Tommy Kammerer (ios App). adream by Ray Tan (ios App). Before I die by Jimbl (Android App). $.99.

Alt Codes - How to make those Smiley Faces For those who would like to know how to do the copyright symbol © or the Registered Trademark symbol ® or other things like funny faces etc. For all of these you press the ALT key and while the ALT key is pressed down you put in the numbers from your NUMBER PAD on your keyboard- (it won't work using the numbers at the top of the keyboard) make sure your NUM LOCK is ON. There are all different kinds of codes, from those drivers use in a truckers report forum to Alt codes like those found here. Of course when truckers report in on a truckers report forum their codes are very different from those found below, they don't comment on copyright codes but rather codes of the road...even still codes are extremely important in various occupations. Below you'll find a comprehensive list to help you learn more about Alt Codes. ¤ - Alt 15 ¶ - Alt 20 § - Alt 21 | - Alt 124 Ç - Alt 128 ü - Alt 129 é - Alt 130 ƒ - Alt 131 ä - Alt 132 à - Alt 133 ¶ - Alt 276 § - Alt 277 ! Here's Some Others B's: 0223:ß

Why Open Source Misses the Point of Free Software by Richard Stallman When we call software “free,” we mean that it respects the users' essential freedoms: the freedom to run it, to study and change it, and to redistribute copies with or without changes. This is a matter of freedom, not price, so think of “free speech,” not “free beer.” These freedoms are vitally important. They are essential, not just for the individual users' sake, but for society as a whole because they promote social solidarity—that is, sharing and cooperation. They become even more important as our culture and life activities are increasingly digitized. Tens of millions of people around the world now use free software; the public schools of some regions of India and Spain now teach all students to use the free GNU/Linux operating system. The free software movement has campaigned for computer users' freedom since 1983. Not all of the users and developers of free software agreed with the goals of the free software movement. “Free software.” Fear of Freedom Conclusion