John’s post on Hypercritical: Fill Your TV points out that most people don’t know to check the most basic settings on their advanced flat screen televisions. We had ours set up for us by some professionals, so they did all of this stuff, and at the time I thought some of it was overkill, but I am not regretting it at all at this point. Totally worth doing while you are home and hopefully a little bored, over the holidays.
I’ve been using Chrome as my primary browser for quite a while. One of my favorite advantages of Chrome is the ability to change your default tab. I’ve used quite a few different ones, but for the last week, I have been using Momentum after reading a Lifehacker post, and liking the screenshot. I think I am going to stick with it.
I like it because I like the visual appeal of the photography that they choose, the simple access to weather, and a quick persistent todo list that it offers. (I use a paper to do list for my primary.) The idea of the main focus, which is a question is asks you each day, makes you contemplate that for a few moments each morning.