Links for 22 February 2007

There are a lot of interesting links this week, more than what I usually get. Here they are:

  • Google Cheat Sheet by
    A few weeks ago I wrote about the importance of increasing your Google-fu. Now you have practical help on your way. This cheat sheet can transform you from a Google novice to Google ninja in only 2 pages.
  • Is It Worth Being Wise? by Paul Graham
    What is the difference between wisdom and intelligence? In this interesting essay, Paul Graham explains the different nature of wisdom and intelligence and digs deeper on how to get them.
  • 5 Simple Ways to Make the Most of Your Intelligence by John Wesley
    John gives you 5 practical tips to develop your intelligence. Among them are minimizing television watching, exercising, and reading challenging books.
  • Breaking through your goal barriers by Steven Aitchison
    You want to achieve your goals, right? Steven gives you a great tips for that: aim beyond what you want to achieve. He shares a story about this from his Tae Kwon Do lesson.
  • Specializing vs Generalizing by Scott H Young
    Is it better to be a specialist or a generalist? This is an important question, especially in this fast-changing world. Scott gives you a good insight using the “T” model he got from Ben Casnocha.
  • Getting Things Done Phenomenon by Jake Dahn
    In this article, Jake shares a list of 5 fresh tools to implement Getting Things Done. Of course, you should not pay too much attention to the tools until you forget to actually do your tasks. But this list is worth a look.

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  1. It looks like there are some great links in your post here. I like the 5 ways for making the most out of your intelligence. It also looks like the Google Cheatsheet could be very useful!

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