Every day we observe things that we scarcely notice. Our brains automatically attend to the important and ignore the incidental. From the rush of incoming stimuli, they filter out the repetitious and insubstantial, allowing only the “important” information to pass. But sometimes, even the most trivial details may turn out to be significant. Take this… Read More »
This is the name of a real company in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Use them at your own risk. Imagine this conversation going on at the company’s premises… Client: This is the wrong design! Art Director: Yes, it is. Client: But it IS the wrong design!! Art Director: So what’s the problem?
You may now Google the bride, but I bet you haven’t tried these other Google services. If they have all gone offline, you can always print and submit this query. Be patient though, it will probably take a while.
Movies are sometimes based on reality, but occasionally real life mirrors reel life. Check out the dancing penguin in the video below. Does it remind you of a particular character and scene in an animation? Related stuff: Unhappy feet
The global economy may be more unpredictable than recent climate changes, but one thing is for certain. If your organisation wants to track evolving consumer needs and steal market share from less-informed competitors, you’ve got to stay ahead of the innovation curve. Given the number of “innovations” out there, you may think this is a… Read More »
Tried to find God on Twitter and this is what came up. Sample tweets: Did you hear about the dyslexic person who tried to commit suicide? He threw himself behind a bus! Sry, had to share. Not very godly of me. Can’t argue w this email: “@God why have you forsaken us? why did you… Read More »