I usually share websites of the day that aim to improve your digital lifestyle by making it simpler and more fun and efficient, but sometimes I have to give props to companies that are doing things right.
Sprint has created a diverting viral marketing site called Waitless that promises to help you "fast forward through life" with a selection of time saving tips submitted by readers. They call them "Sprintcuts," and range from instant shirt removal (who doesn't need that every once in a while?), speed tying your shoes and turbo parking, which offers a time rebate of nine days.
You can also waste quality office hours on the site calculating the time you spend on menial tasks, commuting or doing all those things you seem to be squandering your life away on. In my case, my 12-hour a day online addiction works out to about 39 years and one month of my life spent online. It's a depressing realization that I'm going to have to balance out with increased walks in the park or time at the gym.
The site's main gimick of course is the fact that Sprint's unlimited calling starts at 7 pm instead of 9 pm, which saves you two hours of waiting time a day - or four years of waiting over a life time. Too bad they can't provide service to my iPhone, right?