Monday Morning Links Serving: The September 10th Edition

40 Free Windows Apps For You
Here’s a good list of forty free alternatives to common Windows applications.

10 Benefits of Power Napping, and How to Do It
College students and kindergartens love them. Now, there may be proof that catching a few zzz’s in the afternoon can be beneficial to your health.

Advice for Students: Taking Notes that Work
Whether you’re a high school junior or a college senior or a grad student or a mid-level professional or the Attorney General of the United States, the ability to take effective, meaningful notes is a crucial skill. Not only do good notes help us recall facts and ideas we may have forgotten, the act of writing things down helps many of us to remember them better in the first place.

Reduce Your IT Workload
A great way to prevent yourself from becoming overwhelmed by the avalanche of non-technical questions at work.

7 Reasons the 21st Century is Making You Miserable
Scientists call it the Naked Photo Test, and it works like this: say a photo turns up of you nakedly doing something that would shame you and your family for generations. Ask yourself how many people in your life you would trust with that photo. If you’re like the rest of us, you probably have at most two.