Is procrastination really that bad?
We can’t say, but we do know a lot of people are using a lot of time doing it.
With our new app, procrastination has suddenly become science (because we analyze stuff).
And, the really good news? You can suddenly become a scientist instead of being a procrastinator.
I really wanted to write a long review about this awesome application, but something came in the way. Bottomline, the app works really well and I am happy I purchased it.
When ProCraz is running, it will try and connect to our datahub. The app can detect wifi hotspots, LAN connections, satellites, badly passworded smartphones, etc.
ProCraz will collect irrelevant usage aka procrastination patterns, from all connected devices in the world. This happens without any interference at all.
All incoming data is analyzed and the most exciting and relevant info we keep for ourselves. The rest of the data is returned to our users.
ProCraZ Free Version
- Basic connection types
- Limited collection radius
- 20 new stories each day
- Limited save for later function
- Only text stories
- Some commercials
ProCraZ Science Version
- All connection types
- Worldwide collection radius
- Unlimited new stories each day
- Save and share your favorite stuff
- Several media types
- No commercials
- Content translated on the fly
- Custom profile and scorecard
Created by Benjamin J Hummel
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"The Time Club." 188 pages. YA fiction.
Somewhere west of Denver, behind the hogbacks of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, there is a high school of higher learning. Meeting after class in room 314—named affectionately after pi—are five students. Together, they, along with the Professor, are trying to figure out how to time travel.
The Professor, who may or may not have once worked for the CIA, has a mantra he keeps repeating, “Pay attention to the ordinary.” And with that, the six of them pore over the great works from the past, examining patterns and clues found in literature, artwork, and the discoveries of the great physicists. Before long, the combined prodigious brains of the Time Club working together are able to open up portals that allow them to travel from time to time and place to place.
One day, during one of their excursions, something goes wrong. Thinking all is lost—the Time Club stumble upon a painting by an obscure French painter that has secret clues to unlock in order to work their way out of a dire situation. They must work together in order to solve the mysteries of both time travel and of this strange painting in order to save themselves before they get locked forever in a prison of time!
Good day, and welcome to our site!
Painting for Life® was formed in 2004 by husband and wife team Benjamin Hummel and Cherish Flieder, as a way to showcase their artwork and make it easily accessible to their fans through products and prints. What makes Benjamin's story truly unique is that he lives with an aggressive auto-immune disorder, which leads to pain, hospitalizations, and physical struggles. Benjamin's goal is to demonstrate that even with our setbacks and disabilities, that we can still contribute to this world. To find out more, read "Our Story".
Be sure to check out Cherish's watercolor designs through her Something to Cherish® brand.
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