In case you haven’t heard, most of the contributors/members here at procrastinators.org spend a good chunk of time chatting on irc. Just call it our little support group.
Not all of us are online all the time, so we miss out on some of the webpages that others share. Matt suggested logging them and displaying the list on procrastinators.org. Thanks to the database driven nature of the site, a database table was the obvious target. And hence a project was born.
Assuming the page layout hasn’t changed, there should be a box to the right, but I’m getting ahead of myself.
After a few more days of procrastination because of work and a holiday, or something, Greg started on the display end of things. A few adjustments to the jackbot plugin and a couple days later, tada, you have the box on the right titled “What are we browsing today?”. Future plans include an archive page and possibly an RSS feed. But, why do today what you can put off until tommorrow?
This little project was so successful, maybe we should write a book about the Procrastination Method of Project Management, it would surely be more efficient than moving cheese or throwing fish.