October 21, 2010

October 21st Stream

Filed under: Lifestream — tsladmin @ 11:00 pm
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@stray I’m only on chapter 3 but I like it so far. I can give you a better sense later. [shifted]
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@geoshore that’s very strange for me to hear since I don’t write in/for library journal! is my name on something? [shifted]
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@geoshore s’alright. thank you 🙂 #humbled [shifted]
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awesome google logo today – go check it out [shifted]
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srsly wtf RT @wawoodworth: (MUST READ NOW, imo) PA sets out restrictions on library e-book lending | theBookseller.com http://ow.ly/2X5fE [shifted]
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OH: "pushing our midwinter meeting back from 7:30 am to 8:00 am is what I want to be remembered for as chair" [shifted]
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The Premium Version
The full version of focus is basically a self-taught course on focus, from a wide range of experts.
It contains:
1. All 27 chapters of the free ebook
Along with a crapload of extra material …
2. How-to videos
Going into more depth on focus-related topics:
* How to Single-task
* Beating the Fears of Disconnecting
* How to Find Stillness & Disconnect
* Focus & Health, Part 1: eating healthy and getting active
* Focus & Health, Part 2: sleep and stress
3. Audio interviews with experts
* Author Seth Godin
* GTD creator David Allen
* productivity coach Dave Navarro
4. Bonus chapters from Leo
* creativity and practicing deep focus
* finding stillness and reflection
* how to start changes on a broader level
5. Bonus chapters from other writers
* overcome the fears that stop you from focusing, by Gail Brenner
* how to create a minimalist workspace to find focus, by Everett Bogue
* how to take a digital sabbatical, by Gwen Bell
* life lessons from tea rituals, by Jesse Jacobs
* two ways to focus on the stuff that matters, by Michael Bungay Stanier
6. Bonus PDF guides
* How to create new habits
* Quick-start decluttering guide
* Focused email guide
This full version comes at a fairly low price
considering all that’s offered: $34.95.

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@ochslibrarian I’m not sure, but let me dig into this further. more soon. [shifted]
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In a sobering reminder that online social media is changing the way many companies do business in unforeseen ways, a federal court recently shot down an employer’s trade secret claim based largely upon the availability of information via the internet. In Sasqua Group, Inc. v. Courtney, a magistrate judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York held that although an employer’s customer list may have been a trade secret years ago, "the exponential proliferation of information made available through full-blown use of the Internet [presents] a different story." The district court subsequently adopted and approved the magistrate’s lengthy and detailed opinion.

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