I need a better system for this. In an effect not to get sidetracked from whatever is currently on my plate, I will put sites that I want come back to in a folder. Unfortunately I don't have a specific schedule for getting to this list of links. So before this list becomes unmanageable, it's time to spit them out, again. It also is a excuse not to write a real post when what I had prepared just isn't quite right yet.
Make Money with Your Blog
- Payloadz - Which I thought at first was like Clickbank, but it turn's out it's more like E-junkie.
- The Landing Page Design Toolbox: 100 Tools, Tips and Resources - This one will take a week.
- One Way To Use Custom Fields - Using Wordpress custom fields.
- Tutorial - blueprintcss - Google Code - A CSS framework I may use for future free Wordpress themes.
- Yahoo! UI Library: Grids CSS - Another possible framework to use with themes.
- Writing Secure Wordpress Plugins - The reason why I finally purchased a theme for my other blog is so that I can get to some plugin ideas I have. Yes, they will help you make money.
- wordpress-plugin-framework - Google Code - A framework for writing Wordpress plugins. Notice a trend yet.
Blogging and Social
- 41 Blog Success Tips from 10 Years of Blogging You Can Learn Today - A Great Post
- BloggrZ - A sitehoppin clone for blogs.
- Buzzfeed - A source for traffic?
- Explode - A social network search engine
- Wikia - A open source social network
- IMPeers.com - The Social Network for Internet Marketers
Get Things Done
- Klok - Manage your time. I was looking for this when I had clients. Now it might just help me track down time leaks.
- How to Find the Right Work-Life Balance: 6 Steps
Well, it was quite a bit longer than expected. That was about half of what I had. I deleted the rest for the same reason that I keep all the notebooks that I write ideas in but rarely go back in time more than 10 days or so. Life goes on and the changes that come with it are much more striking than those noticed a few days ago.
Plus, theoretically, anything you have seen or read stays in your head somehow, coloring future research and ideas. The act of writing or of finding has done it's job. I have learned at least of the existence of more options and ways of doing things.
Now if only I could do the same with my email inbox every once and a while. Just delete the whole thing or maybe cause Thunderbird to crash by "accident". But I am actually getting better at estimating how much time it takes to do things and how much time I actually have to do them.