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The Mac OSX 2 Minute Guide To Doubling Your Income

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  2. Greg Swann February 23rd, 2011 9:51 am

    I have a Mac, and I’ve lived in the Unix world for 25 years, but I have no idea what it is you’re recommending, Chris. Could be I’m stupid. Could be you’re being opaque.

  3. Chris Johnson February 23rd, 2011 10:00 am

    We’re making Yahoo.Com, CNN.Com, etc, attempt to resolve locally.

    And that means they don’t resolve at all.

    Which means that you don’t see them.

    Which means that you’re better off.

    I took my rescue time file and looked at every newsy/sportsy site that I spent time on and ditched this.

  4. Thomas A B Johnson February 23rd, 2011 1:26 pm

    Couldn’t you just not click on those sites?

  5. Jim Whatley February 24th, 2011 5:33 am

    I’m still confused. Chris can you explain a little slower?

  6. Chris Johnson February 25th, 2011 12:22 pm


    Yeah, you can not click, but if time is the precious commodity, not having them available, and not having them around, and increasing the quality of your filter is a big help.

    I’ve done loads of little things to get better, and they all add up, from deleting bad programs.

    Getting rid of news/sports sites has had an instant impact. I have less time in front of the screen and it’s of higher quality.

  7. John Kalinowski February 25th, 2011 1:23 pm

    You Mac guys are weird…..

  8. Jim Klein February 26th, 2011 6:27 pm

    A lot is made here of the value of writing down goals…the tangible presence makes them more likely to be achieved, at least in theory.

    Is this not the reverse? “Out of sight, out of mind;” that sort of thing. Is that it, Chris? Just taking a guess, since on dialup there’s no video or fancy graphics for me.

    If that’s it, I’d say it makes more sense than the comments would indicate. Seems to me that anything that increases production, if production is a value, is a good thing. “I have less time in front of the screen and itโ€™s of higher quality.” It’s a winner then, and that’s that.

  9. Timothy February 28th, 2011 6:20 am

    I’m still confused here Chris.. sorry ๐Ÿ™‚