Category Archives: Psychology


Half Full Glass – Do You See Half Empty?

One of the oldest psychology test is to let the person see a cup with half filled.   Well, if you see half full then you are an optimist whereas if you see half empty, you are a pessimist.

I am an optimist and I think in times of hardships, optimists get through it better.

Do you see half empty?

Perhaps, you will need this half full glass that will make you think it’s always “full”.

This should be available here soon.

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Mind Hack – How to do More Stuff in Less Time!

Okay, here’s a fun mind hack for all of you working in a cubicle, home, or whereever.

It’s a mind exercise that can possibly help you do more stuff in less time.

Now let me begin by saying that I used to work from 6am to 12am in Korea when I used to work at Comfile. (That’s 6am until midnight, 18 hours of work)

I am very very familiar with working overtime at a cubicle, especially because I had the chance to work with fellow Korean people couple years ago, they work really freakin’ long hours.  (with no efficiency whatsoever though)

As a

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Throw Soccer Ball Alarm Clock!

Here’s a great way to wake up by throwing your alarm across the room to turn it off.  Get your stress out the moment you wake up with the Throw Soccer Ball Alarm Clock.

We know you’ve always wanted to throw that clock across the room…

These brilliant alarm clocks can only be turned off by bouncing them or throwing them – It’s the ultimate in morning anger management.

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Redneck Spoilers and Giant Spoilers

Check out some of these outrageous spoilers. Definitely they are probably just for cosmetic looks…

via ftlauderdalelimo

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Maker Faire 2007 – DIY – Use your Icebox as a Photography Studio!

Here’s a really simple cool way to use your icebox as a Photography Studio. Since I got one for fishing, I can use it for my photo shoots too! (except anything I put in the icebox WILL start to smell like the ocean)

I think this is their website.

You can check out more pictures from our flickr Maker Faire Day 1 and Maker Faire Day 2.

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BRAIN FREEZE at Maker Faire – Hey we are at Maker Faire with Phillip Torrone!

Yes, Phil was going around at the end of the show yesterday so we persuaded him to take a picture with us. This week is amazing. My brain is about to expload from having the opportunity to see so much cool stuff.

Also check out photos and videos from Make Faire at Make Blog!

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DIY Thumb Pianos!


Wow, check out some of these really cool DIY Thumb Pianos!

Sometimes an instrument you know can become something else altogether. Bob Collier has been constructing his own thumb pianos, adding amplification, effects, self-sampling features, and novel cases involving recycled camera bodies and faux fur. As Bob says, “Sometimes the crudest and roughest looking kalimbas can sound surprisingly good especially with the right context of fx and amplification.”

I find kalimbas beautiful and delicate to begin with.

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Getting better sleep today

I have been struck with the zzzzz sickness lately. I can get to sleep at night and feel like my whole world is falling into (or needs to) the zzzzz world. If I start working out more often, this should be better… (this flu is killing me!?!) Regardless, you can read about psychology today’s article on how to get a better night’s sleep when you can’t sleep.

The biggest sleep robber of all, however, is work—the puritan ethic gone haywire in an era of global

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