I've had my Samsung Galaxy S2 for a few months now, and I can't believe that I've only started seriously using Evernote for idea-tracking this past week. I'd actually downloaded this App early on in my Galaxy S2's life, but after my phone died on me due to an unfortunate, let's just say, "water accident",... Continue Reading →
Learning to think like the experts is not easy to do. But what's even more difficult is learning to think like the experts while simultaneously making sure that you're not caught in the type of thinking that keep experts locked in their "idea-shell", where creativity falls prey to "how it should be done".
Saw this fantastic cartoon on humourlaughs.com (the site's gone now) about how a bartender uses his new-found knowledge on "logical thinking" to analyse one of his customers.
I just watched a video on The 99 Percent called Tony Schwartz: The Myths of the Overworked Creative, which talked about how important rest was to people (and to creatives especially). Though rest is something I know I should be getting more of, and something I consciously covet, it's not something I actually do very... Continue Reading →
Just updated the wedding blog with pictures taken at our taste testing done at Mandarin Oriental. In summary, the food was great, and we're more than happy with our choice!
Saw this video of [what I think is an iguana?] playing this game on a phone. My first thought was that it was going to ace the game. Didn't do exactly that, but nonetheless played pretty well 🙂
If you gave me a penny Every time I thought of you, You'd be a declared bankrupt; And I'd be well-to-do.
Foods that help defeat bad moods: just looking at the pictures helped to calm me. I've got to keep an stock of these foods on hand, just in case.
I've updated my wedding blog over at thehappiestday.blogspot.com with photos and a little commentary. Check it out.