I know it and other similar sites might be good for some people (possibly even myself) but to be openminded with a door opening objective I saw it not recommended by someone I read talking about it on their own site, I noted at random BUT thats subjective to the individual I'm sure. And btw I am interested in how far advanced this concept gets and in fact on the personal site which has general features/random articles regarding information technology and informatin gathering I was beginning to appreciate how that might be possible (to advance this concept), so in like vein I've bookmarked (cannily) the mans site linked to about this, to another man's site who makes a career out of discovering how to fine tune social bookmarking and beyond... I will at a later date add this for everyone to get a taste of... <b>But first I think this thread should be tacked onto the other 43things thread, that is none too old still and can happily join up with yours I think orderandlaw. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=""></b>
i go on 43things from time to time just to check my things. my username is the same on here: honeyfugle. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="">
I used to be fairly active on 43things, but stopped. I really did enjoy it and it did help me focus on some things, but it also distracted me. I got too into praising other people's goals and wasn't really working on my goals as much as I needed to. I do think it's a great site, but I should use it in moderation. I'll get back on it someday, but I'm not sure when. I use the same username there that I use here.
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