- Unitasker Wednesday: The Bacon Platter
Mmmmmmmm, bacon. Bacon is so yummy it deserves to be showcased! Let the world know you are serving bacon, glorious bacon, for breakfast with the awesome Bacon Platter!
- The science of buying: Women are at the wheel
A She-Conomy article discusses Marti Barletta’s research in the book Marketing to Women and how when “men and women buy as partners, women control at least four out of five stages of the purchasing process.”
- Workspace of the Week: High-end modern study
Johannes Bosgra’s home study is a model of how to create an elegant and minimal high-end workspace.
- Self-imposed technical limitations in music production can hurt so good
Who says you can’t produce brilliant albums with a single microphone direct-to-tape?
- Cut the clutter
Knowing how to properly use a knife can save you time, money, and space.
- Downloading digital sheet music
While at her local Nordstrom’s Department Store, my friend spotted the piano player using a MusicPad Pro for his sheet music. It’s a digital device, much like a Kindle, that can hook to a special music stand or be carted around like a single piece of sheet music.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Extreme Bug Vacuum
If only there were clutter vacuums to suck up the absurd bug vacuum!
- Link week
My first link of the day is to a book review professional organizer Julie Bestry wrote about “Everything I Know About Perfectionism I Learned from My Breasts.” This book, written by the talented organizer Debbie Jordan Kravitz, has been on my to-read list for months but I haven’t yet reached it in the pile. Julie’s review of Debbie’s book, however, has convinced me to jump it ahead on my list. And, since it persuaded me to read the book, I thought it was a review you might wish to read as well.
- Alternative uses for colanders
Not only does knowing how to properly use your kitchen utensils save you time, space, and money, but knowing additional uses for your utensils can have the same effect.
- Streaming Netflix
While I’m waiting for the perfect Netflix player to come along Engadget is reporting that LG has a Blu-Ray player that will stream Netflix content.