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From: mjmurphy23 <mjmurph...@gmail.com>
To: "Lifehacker book 2.0" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: 2.0 Suggestions
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 16:44:49 -0000
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Very good point on the appendix and would love a Master List of sites
on the LH site for quick lookups relating to categories.
On Sep 10, 9:58 am, "peter.fitzger...@gmail.com"
> Perhaps an alternative to having useful websites and blogs in an
> appendix might be to point people to lifehacker.com or some
> alternative online list. Offline lists tend not to age gracefully
> which might limit the long-term usefulness of such an appendix.
> On Sep 10, 10:06 am, mjmurphy23 <mjmurph...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I agree that the sections should be more defined by categories such as
> > Business, Finances, Project Management, Personal, School (college),
> > Mac, Windows... Gmail and Firefox should have their own sections as
> > Lifehacker has offered so many great tips devoted to them, and they
> > are so popular among LH readers. I think the current 88 hacks will
> > need to be expanded and Lifehacker 2.0 should serve as the 'Bible' of
> > productivity and act as an all-purpose reference for ways to improve
> > life, finances, business...The problem could be size and expense. I
> > am thinking Lifehacker 2.0 could be one big Cheat Sheet divided into
> > definable categories and possibly list useful websites and blogs in
> > the appendix for quick reference to additional tips and tricks. They
> > say I'm a dreamer...