Morning Practicing Gratitude I woke up really late, at 10. But since I wore socks and pajamas pants, leaving bed was not a problem. I had wanted to apply for a job between 7 and 8 in the morning, but since I had disrupted the schedule I had planned, I felt reluctant against doing anything! … Continue reading Managing Monday
Video Editing as Meditation This morning I woke up around 9, even though I had intended to wake up at 4! No official meditation or yoga, but I managed what I really had looked forward to; rendering the latest episode in my vegan and nonviolent Minecraft Survival series. And I got into a good flow … Continue reading Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words
We are often asked to use special characters. But this doesn't help us remember them! A neat solution to this dilemma is to replace letters with symbols having a visual similarity, and you will feel and recognize the proper word in the password when its written. Some simple letters to replace S with $, O … Continue reading Let’s Learn: How to Create Memorable Secure Passwords That Look Like Art!
I woke up between 7 and 9, had a nice time meditating while in bed, but fell asleep again. My father gently woke me up. Then I wrote a schedule for the day, influenced by this infogram I read the day before. It divides the day in categories; sleep, exercise, making ends meet, primary work, … Continue reading Scheduled for Success
I bought these at the Adis Gladis A+:), a mecca 🕋 for sustainable, vegan shopping. Chose to visit the offline store and was exalted! Friendly shop staff, explaines all the pros and cons of the products I was interested in and assisted me in making a great choice. I wanted something to last and invested … Continue reading Four Fancy Fings for Fabricaring Finger Food with Frozen Fingers!
Today I designed a unique architectural concept for future cities. Each unit has self sustainable energy but interconnected grids separate traffic and pedestrian levels It is scalable in size from family/single business to mammoth size (think larger than Burj Dubai) in access points from 1 to as many as needed It has space and optimal … Continue reading A new building concept
The most common keyboard layout, often referred to as QWERTY, comes from one of the early typewriter models, over 140 years ago. From being part of a tool only used in certain professions it is now something almost everyone uses daily. The QWERTY layout grew out of necessity and convenience during the early stages … Continue reading Reclaim your keyboard! (and your fingers)