Click on our biographical scroll to read about St. Expeditus:
Note: I came across these links in the course of researching St. Expeditus for my AnachronTM. (I’ve always been the type who gets “lost” in a reference book while looking up something else.)
In the decade since I first created St. Expeditus, many, many new and excellent sites have appeared. These are just a few personal favorites. Hope you find them as interesting and informative as I did.
Updating this web site is not easy, and not my main occupation, so my apologies for any that are not up-to-date. And suggestions are always welcome! pb. (last updated: 04/19/12)
The image at left is of a classic St. Expeditus pose — foot on crow, pointing to a sundial. Click on it to see the engraving in more detail. (Courtesy of Lee Davis, member of the NAWCC, the world’s largest organization devoted to timekeeping and timepieces.)
TechSoup, “the technology place for nonprofits” offers comprehensive listings of places to find recycled computer hardware for your nonprofit organization. TechSoup also offers legal software and operating systems for nonprofits.
Recycles.Orgis a national exchange network hosting the Nonprofit Computer Recycling and Reuse Network and the Nonprofit Materials Exchange Network. Donation seekers can also post donation requests with them.
For Fun, Help, Inspiration (or just an excuse not to get back to work)
Procrastination Research Group Access to information and research related to procrastination. Originating from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, it is a compilation of information and research on procrastination from all over the world.
Demotivators: Unleash the power of mediocrity in your own office, home or dormitory with the Underachievers™ line of posters and other inspiring objects, including a procrastinators series.
Structured Procrastination All procrastinators put off things they have to do. Structured procrastination is the art of making this bad trait work for you.
The Problem of Procrastination Simple, succinct, sound advice on why we procrastinate and what to do about it.
Informative Article on Procrastination by the American Psychological Association.
In-depth advice on procrastination and how to get over it.
Procrastinators clubso far seems dedicated to providing ways to avoid getting back to work, under the guise of “news.” Will offer more as soon as they get around to it. (And the last update appears to be 2002.)