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The book will contain an introduction, 8 sections and a conclusion. Each section will begin by describing an overarching principle of the lifehacker, and then segue into concrete applications of that guideline offering 103 useful life hacks for getting things done faster online and off.
Each individual software-related hack will be a detailed, step-by-step how-to for setting up and using the solution. All software-related hacks will employ freely-available applications with a focus on Windows users. Mac equivalents will be included. Wherever possible, free web applications and platform-agnostic software will be used. Most but not all hacks will be software-related. Non-software related hacks will be written in a helpful, suggestive, conversational tone and include suggestions for as many life circumstances as possible. Each hack will include detailed screenshots and sidebars with additional tips, case studies and quotes throughout. Sample:
Method 2: Block the time-wasting sites entirely:
Alternately, you can make it hard to visit time-sucking sites, which forces yourself to stop and think, “Do I really have time to do this right now?” Set your computer to block those URLs and make yourself unblock them each time you want to visit. One way to do this is to tell your computer that these sites live on your hard drive - which obviously they don’t - and get a “Server not found” error when your fingers impulsively type out that tempting URL. Here’s how:
Using Notepad or some other text editor, open the file named “hosts”, which is located in the following directory:
Add the following on its own line in the hosts file, using the sites that apply to you:
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Gina Trapani is an independent Web programmer and writer whose work has appeared inWired magazine, The New York Times, and Time magazine. She is the founding editor of Lifehacker.com, a software and productivity Weblog she updates several times daily. A Sun Microsystem–certified Java programmer, Gina builds Web sites and Firefox extensions.Dalla quarta di copertina:
If your hard drive is your outboard brain, you′re a lifehacker someone who loves to tweak your computer for optimum productivity to make it an ally instead of an adversary. Life hacks apply technology creatively, reprogramming your personal workflow to save time and effort. This book serves up 88 of them, outlined step by step and categorized by cost, platform, and level of geekiness. If you′re overwired, overwhelmed, or totally tangled in the very technology that is supposed to simplify your life, this book is for you.
A dozen ways to turbocharge your day
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At http://lifehackerbook.com you′ll find updates, links, references, and additional tips and tools for the hacks in the book.
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