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August 04, 2010


Guess I need to bike over to the Barnes and Noble then.

Hey Aurelie! Glad you like Clocky! We enjoyed Switch, too. You should also check out Tocky, Clocky's high-tech sibling. http://nandahome.com/products/tocky/index.php?color=orange

Thanks for the praise!
Nanda Home

Thanks for the info, Nanda! I love the idea of Clocky. It's just brilliant. Tocky seems great too.

The Heath brothers have an article in the July/August issue of Experience Life magazine, which provides a great introduction to their book. A sidebar lists the following counter-intuitive findings of their research.
Surprise 1: What looks like resistance is often lack of clarity.
Surprise 2: What looks like laziness is often exhaustion.
Surprise 3: What looks like a people problem is often a situation problem.
More at http://www.experiencelifemag.com/issues/july-august-2010/whole-life/switch.html

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