25 Ways to Build Stronger Friendships | Life Optimizer: "Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive."
Sunday, August 31, 2008
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Windows Mobile: The Best Free Apps for Your Windows Mobile Device: "Despite the flurry of attention surrounding the iPhone and other new mobile phone platforms, Windows Mobile still has a widespread distribution and capacity for customization. Approaching its ninth birthday, Windows Mobile has a large selection of old and new software that helps enhance the user experience and make getting things done (and sometimes goofing off) all the easier. If you're rockin' a Windows Mobile handheld, check out our favorite programs, add-ons, and tweaks for getting the most out of your Windows Mobile device."
Posted by Rocky Fu at 10:50 AM
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Reclaim Your Time: 20 Great Ways to Find More Free Time | Zen Habits: "Are there a hundred different things you wish you could do with your life someday — anything from exercising to meditation or yoga to writing that novel you always wished you could write to reading more to relaxing and watching the sunrise?"
Posted by Rocky Fu at 11:49 AM
Poynter Online - SuperVision: "Ten Things Great Bosses Know
There are all kinds of bosses. Some of them are great. I hope you're one of them, or the person you work for is. Here's my take on the art of being a great boss, including links to help you learn even more."
Posted by Rocky Fu at 9:03 AM
Monday, August 18, 2008
pptPlex is a plug-in that explores an alternate method for presenting a PowerPoint slide deck. Using pptPlex, you can present your slides as a tour through a zoomable canvas instead of a series of linear slides.
Saturday, August 16, 2008
10 Movies Sold on a Sex Scene | SpoutBlog: "Everyone knows that sex sells. And hundreds, if not thousands, of films have been marketed with sex. But here I've selected ten interesting cases of how a sex scene -- or many -- affected their respective film's ability to attract an audience."
Posted by Rocky Fu at 3:24 PM
Friday, August 15, 2008
note2email.com: "Note2email is a web application designed to send quick text notes to any email address in the world."
Posted by Rocky Fu at 10:54 AM
PsyBlog: 10 Practical Uses For Psychological Research in Everyday Life: "Well, here on PsyBlog we've got the scientific evidence. So here's my top 10 list of what you can learn practically from the psychological research discussed here recently."
Posted by Rocky Fu at 10:41 AM
Thursday, August 14, 2008
A Condom Ringtone for Mobile Phones courtesy BBC & Gates Foundation: "The BBC World Service, in an effort to prevent transmission of HIV in India, has created a free ringtone for your mobile phone that chants like 'condom, condom…'"
Posted by Rocky Fu at 9:40 PM
Adeona is the first Open Source system for tracking the location of your lost or stolen laptop that does not rely on a proprietary, central service. This means that you can install Adeona on your laptop and go — there's no need to rely on a single third party. What's more, Adeona addresses a critical privacy goal different from existing commercial offerings. It is privacy-preserving. This means that no one besides the owner (or an agent of the owner's choosing) can use Adeona to track a laptop. Unlike other systems, users of Adeona can rest assured that no one can abuse the system in order to track where they use their laptop.
Adeona: A Free, Open Source System for Helping Track and Recover Lost and Stolen Laptops
Posted by Rocky Fu at 3:47 PM
Divers shower in between each dive to keep their muscles warm after getting out of the pool. The temperature of the pool water and the air are usually different (the pool is usually around 80 degrees, with the air temperature between 68 and 72 degrees). This difference can cause muscle tightness. To combat this, divers warm up in either the showers or a hot tub.The mystery of the showering divers - Fourth-Place Medal - Olympics - Yahoo! Sports
Posted by Rocky Fu at 3:38 PM
1. Skip the venti latte
You might be tempted to suck down the biggest coffee ever when you’re tired, but if you need lasting energy, sip a little at a time throughout your day. Harvard research found that small, frequent doses of caffeine helped people stay awake for 28 hours."
More energy on less sleep! - Healthy Living on Shine: "Shut-eye is the ultimate energizer, if you can get enough of it. For the 99.9 percent of us who can't; we have five instant uppers.