I'm looking for a pair of shoes/boots that will effectively function in as many different environments as possible: walking, hiking, sun and rain, dressing up for more formal occasions. (I'm a traveler and I only have room for a single pair of shoes in my life.) Comfort is a huge priority; I want them to feel as cozy as house slippers. Waterproofing would be a welcome bonus but not essential. [more inside]
How can I get short comedy clips delivered to my inbox every day? [more inside]
I accidentally added a line of source for Utopic to sources.list. And later my system can't get into GUI. While trying to fix the problem I accidentally typed in command sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade. So tragedy happened: my system was upgraded to 14.10 utopic daily built! which I don't want! what's worse, becuase it was upgrading from 12.10 to 14.10, a lot of dependency can't resolve, and many services stopped working. The worst thing is, I still can't get into GUI. What should I do for this circurmstance? I'm a newbie in Linux/Unix. Thank you very much!!!
Hi all, would greatly appreciate if you would help me find songs that deal with the subject of dealing with the daily grind of life. Definitely in the 'quietly motivational' aisle, but not necessarily motivational at all. Similar tracks include 'Get Down Saturday Night' by Oliver Cheatham, 'Breezem Out' by Lil Ugly Mane and 'Money Won't Pay' by Bo en. Links to those tracks inside. [more inside]
Anyone know of a tech news source that's updated once a day and has an RSS feed? [more inside]
I'd like to begin a daily writing practice, to be hosted on a semi-public blog (that is, it's public but not promoted, and not for anyone but myself). [more inside]
My daily/everyday bag is a canvas haversack - about as large as a small messenger bag. I already know to carry things like breath strips and a small umbrella and a paperback around, but recently I've been looking to expand on the everyday items. For example: there was an awkward lull in conversation during a train ride. I happened to be carrying a pack of cards and taught everyone to play German Whist - wonderful ice breaker, great way to spend the trip. I'm looking for things like that, small, non-obvious essentials to put in your bag that can be used in many different situations.
I am looking to buy an 81 VW Rabbit diesel (turbo diesel, non-intercooled) as a daily driver. I have experience with gasoline engines, and routine maintenance, but diesels are new to me. [more inside]
Help me find the blog of a japanese artist which drew everyday objects using watercolors. Shoes, clothes, mugs, etc. I think he updated daily.
I have come to the conclusion that I am bad with money, and I need help. The question is, who can provide me with the help I need. I've researched various professions online and have a hard time telling who would best suit my needs: a bookkeeper, an accountant, a financial counselor, a daily money manager, someone else entirely?? More than one of these?? [more inside]
I have a specific site in mind, and I can't find it for the life of me. It's a consciously minimalist design, about 5 stories per day, summarized. The stories are all in a single column, on a single page, black text on a white background. Clean as clean can be. [more inside]
Doctor recently advised that I take flaxseed or fish oil for the Omega-3 goodness, and I can't seem to get into the habit. I do not have much a morning (or evening) "routine", which I guess is working against me. You guys are grown ups (and I feel like less of one since I can't figure this out!) - how do you remember to do it?
Looking for a non photography/non drawing daily or weekly project. [more inside]
Help me decide how to spend 5 to 30 minutes each day in 2013. [more inside]
what's the best way to send an automatic random reminder to myself every day? [more inside]
I'm looking for an online service that will let me easily send e-mails to a single person (a friend) of the form "99 days until x", "98 days until x", etc. [more inside]
Best sites for Quote of the day rss feeds... Any ideas? [more inside]
A few days ago the New York Times discontinued the New York Times Front Page podcast. Help me find a replacement. I'm looking for a short (5-10 minutes) podcast that gives a quick overview of the news of the day. [more inside]
Where can I find daily (historical) mutual fund prices?
Which Twitter users post high-quality daily tweets? (one-liners, inspirational quotes, love/sex tips, that kind of thing) [more inside]
I'm trying to track down an old Daily Show clip that featured one of the anchors mocking news coverage of a teenager attempting to jump a car and failing. [more inside]
What is the best way to get informed on the top news stories once a day, besides reading a physical newspaper? [more inside]
I very much enjoy my daily word and poem sites. What other daily life-enriching, mind-expanding sites (or email lists or similar) exist? [more inside]
Recommend me some sort of daily checklist (with a 'notes' section) mobile app that can export data or sync with Outlook. The catch? I run Windows Mobile 6.5. [more inside]
If I liked "A Pattern Language" what online architectural resources would you recommend? [more inside]
What interesting 'X of the day' RSS feeds do you read? [more inside]
Need a good source for watching news online. Usually miss news on tv so would prefer to watch it when i can...Any suggestions? [more inside]
I need to write a lot to break this mental block that I have- but what should I write? [more inside]
What 365/daily project should I start today? [more inside]
How to establish a daily exercise routine? [more inside]
Couch to 5k - 5 times a week? [more inside]
Jumping on the Self-Tracking/Quantified Self bandwagon and looking for suggestions for variables apart from the usual kind (diet, exercise, sleep, time spent online etc.) to track on a daily basis. If you do this, could you share the parameters you like to monitor and record? (Or better yet, share a template for your spreadsheet?!) All suggestions, no matter however subjective, quirky or esoteric are welcome. I will be using the spreadsheet tool in Google Docs. Thanks!
How can I train myself to do [anything] every day? Help me to re-calibrate my routine-resistant brain. [more inside]
I admire the discipline of people who do an every-day project, like Noah Kalina and friends taking pictures of themselves. Jason Santamaria has a daily photo section on his site. Dean Allen posts daily pictures of his cool dog. Stormtroopers 365 was all the way fun. Cory Walker used to post a new drawing every day on his blog. What other similar blogs/projects do you know? [more inside]
[Money Filter] Help me pay off this loan wisely. [more inside]
I'm looking for "____ of the day/week/month" sites that are not the typical word or quotation of the day sites. Something that could really get me thinking. Please recommend your favorites.
What's the best pill tracking system for two married people over 70, one of whom is definitely getting forgetful? [more inside]
Help organising complex, daily changing list [more inside]
Recommend a daily high SPF sunscreen for sensitive skin? [more inside]
How does short selling stocks harm the underlying company? To my way of thinking, it shouldn't. [more inside]
How can I cut down the amount of time I spend reading daily blogs yet still find the stories I feel are interesting and keep everything streamlined and organized? [more inside]
What does a daily human productivity curve look like? [more inside]
How do you get away without going away? [more inside]
Is there a way to automate a daily post to a blogger blog with all my twitter posts of the last 24 hours? [more inside]
What is a good newsfeed for daily American news at a national level? [more inside]
Got tx to the Daily Show with John Stewart. What time should I show up? [more inside]
For those who have 4, 5, 6 or more meals a day, what do you call your meals? [more inside]
Specific Daily Show and/or Colbert Report episode recommendations (with air dates so I can find them)? [more inside]
I want to send to few people (myself included) few pages from a book of my choice, every working day, so we could for example, read complete "Catcher in a Rye" in a month or so. Does anyone know some online service that I could use for such purpose? I found only "Chapter-a-day" services, but I want to use book of my choice.
I run a bi weekly group for job hunters and career changers. I will likely be doing the first Thursday of the month at 7pm for the in person meetings then I'll be doing Skypecast meetings as well in between. I want a regular schedule but I want to get a guage on a lot of people's daily grind. I have asked my group but many are bad when it comes to my polls. Do you have kids? when are you done with their nightly routine? When do you eat dinner? Whatever... I'm thinking Sunday afternoon/evening or Tuesday evening at 7 for the skypecast (can I start it later because they don't need to leave the house?). In a nutshell, what would work for you? Or not work.. Sorry if this is really mundane but it helps me a lot. I run a lot of groups.
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