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Mark:

I don’t reblog things that often but I read this today (Freshly Pressed by WordPress) and thought it was worth sharing.

Originally posted on BA Expat:

Changing or improving your life doesn’t have to be a long, frustrating, drawn-out process. I’m always in search of the smallest changes that yield the biggest returns, and below is my collection of quick tips that can make your life easier, more fulfilling, or just less of a pain in the ass.

Try one or two of these and tell me how great they worked.

Sleeping at the desk

Zack’s Not-So-Secret List of Simple Ways to Increase Happiness, Productivity, or General Awesomeness

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REBLOG – Broadband Has Turned Our Homes Into Glass Houses (via GigaOM)

I came across this really thought provoking posting by Stacey Higginbotham over on GigaOM.

Whilst I am not convinced I agree with “everything” she says, it certainly gets the old grey matter going.

What do you think?

Broadband Has Turned Our Homes Into Glass Houses We’re adding broadband connections to our televisions, our phones, our reading devices and our game consoles these days, to the point that we expect such connections in almost everything we own. But while connectivity is awesome 90 percent of the time, it’s also scary because it can turn what were once private habits such as reading a book or answering email into something social — in some cases, without us knowing. It also allows advertisers to … Read More

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REBLOG – 21 Realistic X-Rays and Skeletons of Fictional Characters (PICS)

Something fun for a warm and sunny Thursday afternoon.

Enjoy

21 Realistic X-Rays and Skeletons of  Fictional Characters (PICS) When creating a cartoon like Pokemon, The Simpsons or Looney Toons, it's probably safe to say that the artists don't think much about the cranial structure of Bugs Bunny or the internal mechanisms behind Bulbasaur's vine shooting when putting pen to paper. Luckily for us, there are plenty of artists out there with the talent and humor to put their knowledge of real-life anatomy to work in the world of fantasy. Below are 16 examples of real-life a … Read More

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