The e-cloth is a cleaning cloth that cleans virtually any surface without any cleaning fluids. The cloth has 1.6M threads/inch as opposed to most microfiber cloths, which have between 90K-200K and standard cloths, which have 25K-75K. The high density traps.
Yes, it has come to this: “Digital Detoxes”–offline stays for those of us bottoming out on information overload. While we’ve looked at tools for combating the attention span crisis in the past, for many of us, the temptation to go online.
A recent article in the NY Times called “The Cult of Disappearing Design” reported on a growing movement toward invisible home furnishings. The “all-invisible aesthetic,” according to the article, “aims for a higher-minded goal: creating unified spaces that flow from.
This video from Fair Companies takes an extensive tour of Richard and Rachel’s school bus home. Unlike René Agredano and Jim Nelson’s mobile living we looked at yesterday, this project is decidedly DIY; most evidenced by the decapitated VW Vanagon that makes.
A thoughtful handwritten card is great, but most paper we deal with is just annoying, clogging filing drawers and neural pathways alike. Justin Klosky from OCD Experience gives tips how you can convert your paper clutter and create digital organization that will.
We tend to focus a lot on durable good clutter, but increasingly digital clutter is the nuisance du jour. While you might not need to get a storage unit to house it, it’s still a pain. It hogs RAM slowing.
How often have you checked your inbox or the web only to realize it totally short-circuited an important task you were engaged in? How often have incoming calls, texts and/or emails undermined your level of presence with the people you.
For many of us, our fiercest opponent in the battle to reclaim our attention span is email. It’s the first thing we check in the morning and the last at night. It sidetracks us throughout our day, thwarting our intentions to complete.
Assuming you took our suggestions for digitizing your old photos, the question becomes what do you do with them? Digital photos easily scarf up multiple gigs of storage while remaining indefinitely un-viewed and un-printed. Few of us have trouble taking digital.
Just as excessive consumer goods can make our lives more cluttered and complicated, excessive stimulation can make our minds restive and unsettled. And few things deliver excessive stimulation like online media, computers and mobile devices. We text while we pop through.