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[Not Fun] But still an amazing story

Not actually funny, unless you consider a wild lion acting like a house cat funny.

An Amazing True Life Video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=adYbFQFXG0U

Needless to say I found this to be a serious WOW moment.

I thought it might be some kind of hoax but it was a bit more than I thought. The actual story, photos and footage is authentic and touches: Bill Travers, Virginia McKenna, Mick Jagger and George & Joy Adamson. (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25797678/)

Very amazing, definitely up there in the truth being stranger than fiction.

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First Sleep - Intermission - Second Sleep

I found this New York Times article (http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/18/magazine/18sleep-t.html?pagewanted=6&_r=1) so interesting as I myself tend to wake up at about midnight or 1 AM to lay and stare at the ceiling for about an hour 3 or 4 nights a week. Which I have notice my new 15 month old son is doing too...

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OK so I finally got a Wii

I ended up in a position where I could (well not really but lets pretend) afford to buy a Wii. So I did.

I got the Wii, 2 extra controllers, Wii Play (which comes with a controller too), 2 Nunchucks, 2 N64/NES controllers and a small stack of games (including Zelda TWP).

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How do you get to getting to fixing that you are not getting things done?

Reading "The Art of Getting Things Done" and thought I'd poke around for possible software that might be conducive to the style of life management discussed. I ran across this presentation (http://www.davidco.com/mindmanager/mm_replay.html) by David suggesting that MindManager from MindJet (http://www.mindjet.com/us/) was an excellent tool for safely recording all the little notes, projects and to-dos for later retrieval.

Dave also presents a 10 minute overview of his whole Getting Things Done philosophy. In other words there are many interesting points.

Leeland's picture

How do you get to getting to fixing that you are not getting things done?

Reading "The Art of Getting Things Done" and thought I'd poke around for possible software that might be conducive to the style of life management discussed. I ran across this presentation (http://www.davidco.com/mindmanager/mm_replay.html) by David suggesting that MindManager from MindJet (http://www.mindjet.com/us/) was an excellent tool for safely recording all the little notes, projects and to-dos for later retrieval.

Dave also presents a 10 minute overview of his whole Getting Things Done philosophy. In other words there are many interesting points.

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