The article’s title is “100 Terrific Productivity Tools for the Bored or Unemployed”, but I think that is misleading at best. What I find here are 100 useful productivity tools, regardless of who you are. Granted, some are more useful to the unemployed than to those gainfully employed, such as the resume builder and job coach, and they aren’t all aimed at work productivity. Skype and WordPress are more often than not used in non-work settings, but they certainly could be used in work settings as well. (Maybe I should start a blog on the technical and public aspects of my work?)
But hair-splitting aside, here is a great list of 100 terrific productivity tools, regardless of who you are!