Monday, March 11, 2013

Constructive Distraction: HackCollege

Procrastination doesn't have to be a total waste of time. This post highlights websites to make your time avoiding writing research papers and reading textbooks productive.

Not sure this can still be considered a regular feature, but sometimes I come across something that's too good to pass up, so here I am bringing you another constructive distraction to procrastinate past the time.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.43148975,d.dmQ&biw=1407&bih=707&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&
Through my favorite technology site, Mashable, I stumbled across this gem, Hack College.

The site's tagline is "Work Smater. Not Harder." And it does just that. HC brings readers everything from tips on how to repurpose flash drives to America's happiest cities based on tweets.

It's a catch-all aimed at the college market. This site knows learning is no longer confined to lecture halls and scribbling notes in college-ruled notebooks. It's about consuming as much knowledge as you can from every source you can. Hack College wants to make sure you can make it in the "real world," or, at the very least, you have some common sense and current event awareness.

So, go browse the site. You won't be disappointed--there's something for everyone.

Until next time, kiddos...

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