Grand Re-Opening

June 4, 2007  |  No Comments

Summer is here and that means that all those disgusting insects are rejoicing, I hate them. Having that said, (I am way too creepy by the way…)

I am glad to announce that this blog is re-opening with lots of great content, tools, downloads and other freebies! Some happy dude

I’ve been busy the past two weeks but from now on I am free (at least for three entire months!), I now have lots of time to deliver: Read More

The Chinese Say…

May 25, 2007  |  General Tips, Self-Improvement  |  2 Comments

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step”. Education takes time and nobody likes to wait, especially when this “waiting” can go on for several years.

This leads us to the question; how do you make the time go faster? Get use to having a study habit, that way studying becomes an integrated part of your life…
Here are 3 pointers that might help you out on your journey: Read More

The Lazy Student – Part 2

May 23, 2007  |  Lazy Student Series  |  No Comments

I am really excited today, do you want to know why? Well… I am excited because today I discovered this free online Memorizable Table and I felt that I had to share it with you guys! I’ve tried it out, and so far it seems to be excellent in helping you to memorize information and prepare for exams.

Click here to visit the site, I hope you will enjoy it!

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Nobel Prize Winner Reveal 6 Words That Eliminate Writers Block!

May 19, 2007  |  Writing Tips  |  No Comments

I’ve written on writers block a lot lately but thats only because I think the matter needs attention. So what are the six words that eliminate writers block almost instantly? First of all, let me introduce the man who came up with this neat little formula…

His name is Rudyard Kipling, and he is regarded as one of the main innovators in the art of the short story. He wrote this powerful, yet concise poem describing the 6 amazing words: Read More

How To Study History

May 18, 2007  |  How to  |  No Comments

Dear fellow student, studying history is often perceived as boring… I have to disagree, it’s not just boring it is really boring if you don’t know how to tackle it! Here’s my take on the two elements you should always look at when studying history: Read More

The Computer Is Defeated By…

May 17, 2007  |  General Tips  |  1 Comment

The paper. 🙂 I am strongly convinced that the paper – as a medium – is several times more powerful in carrying your thoughts than a computer could ever wish to be. The problem with using computers is that you get distracted a lot, in fact, I am writing this post while watching a video at the same time (:oops:).

The ability to do several things begets procrastination which in turn makes you less productive. “How should I do it?” Read More

Don’t Think – Just Write!

May 15, 2007  |  Writing Tips  |  No Comments

What I am about to reveal to you is so chocking it could give your first grade English teacher a heart attack! 🙂 Here it goes: You should always forget about grammar when starting a novel/essay and just focus on writing. Write with passion, write with insight, write as if your life depended on it! Read More

How To Use Abbreviations

May 12, 2007  |  Writing Tips  |  No Comments

The word abbreviation comes from the Latin word brevis which means short. An abbreviation is basically when you make a long word shorter (instead of “Human immunodeficiency virus” we simply say “HIV” etc) so is there an efficient way to abbreviate words in general? Read More

The Lazy Student – First Issue

May 12, 2007  |  Lazy Student Series  |  2 Comments

Hello and welcome to the first issue of “The lazy Student”, today we are going to look into a neat little script that generates notes. Do you remember my article on cornell notes?

Well, the site that I am going to show you today features a script that can generate custom built note sheets! Go check it out and tell us all what you think 🙂

Here is the link: Custom Made Cornell Notes.

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I Have A Confession To Make…

May 11, 2007  |  No Comments

Respected reader, I am afraid I need to confess something to you… Hold your breath, here it comes: I am… Read More