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Can use straight away. Modest editing capability. Quick and easy.
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1. Whether you’re in high school, or college — matters not. It’s often hard to get ourselves to study. Set the timer for a good 30 minutes and study until it goes off. Just do it. It can help you get an A. You might even learn something new.
2. Have a big term paper coming up? Why not invest a chunk of time each day working on it so that you can finish without stress. Start the timer now.
3. Do you need to be out the door in 15 minutes, otherwise you’ll be late? Go ahead and start the timer. When it sounds… get a move on!
4. Do you have a pigsty like I do? Siphon off 20 minutes dedicated to cleaning. I’ll do it with you. Together we’ll make a real dent getting our places sparkling clean. It feels good!
5. Got a cup of tea brewing? Brew it to your specifications. Baking a pie? You’ll know when it’s ready.
6. Want to take a break from work? You could set the timer for an agreed amount of time and get back to work when you hear the sounding of the gongs.
... and more ideas.
This link recently saved by smange on February 22, 2010
This link recently saved by smange on February 02, 2010
Not just a useful hashtag, but a great example of how to run twitter chats. Chats were run by posting a blog post with a few pertinant questions and directing people to one-time hashtag on http://tweetchat.com/. Time was monitored and the questions were brought out one by one. The hashtag is followed below the post for posterity.
There's even an iPhone app!