Here is a link to some free guided meditations. Meditation may be a helpful distraction that aids in your efforts to eventually refocus on your thesis!
The BBC has brought the popular 1985 text game back to life. Based on Douglas Adams' radio play (later published in book form as a four-part triolgoy) this text game allows you to play the part of Arthur Dent. And die. A lot.
Grab your towels!
Misssing your weekly dose of NorthEastLynx from The Martlet? Creators Patrick Murry and Mike Parolini have you covered.
Tired of the puzzled looks you face when explaining your research? LolMyThesis allows you to sum up years of work in once sentence. Find out what you've actually been working on!
Just in time for Black Friday, check out this thrilling new game from Rajeev Basu!
Where form follows data.
Need we say more?
The lowest form of humour may be the highest form of procrastination?
"Beyond the Jargon" is a new radio show featuring Grad Student research. Hosted by Colleen and Mario.
And for crafty types … design your own fabric on spoonflower (just for fun, or you can order it printed on cotton!)
For cyclists like me, there is also bike hacks. <le sigh>.
Read the thesis whisperer … because really that is just skill development.
Make your own fireworks with a mouse click.
Produced by UVIC CSC Grad Student Alejandro Erickson, check out tomoku puzzles!
A group of women who are PhD students and young faculty write articles on academic life for women
Equal parts inspiring and frustrating, but always insightful.