Posts from ‘May, 2008’

some of interesting websites

1. A new-site for lazy-foodies (food lovers) who like home-food made by others.. Its no secret that a healthy meal is very important. Unfortunately, not all of us live with families and not all of us are great cooks or have time to cook. Eating out everyday may not be very healthy and economic, and […]

Sigmund Freud’s Priorities

Sigmund Freud’s Priorities Five things are happening in your house at the same time. In which sequence would you solve them? 1. The telephone is ringing!2. The baby is crying!3. Someone’s knocking or calling you from the front door!4. You hung the clothes out to dry and it is beginning to rain!5. You left the […]

How Can I End My Suffering?

How Can I End My Suffering? By Sri Anandagiriji Suffering is not in the situation, in the fact, but in the perception of the fact. There is a common belief in the world today that we can transform a situation by changing it. That is called situation content. We think by transforming the content that […]

Read At Work

This is wonderful, check out.. The insight: most people would rather read books than do work.The idea: disguised famous novels as Powerpoint presentations so you’re boss and co-workers are none the wiser. If you’re gasping with boredom but also have to be careful about who can see your screen, try Read At Work. The site […]

Social networks more powerful than thought?

clipped from www.msnbc.msn.com Facebook, MySpace and other Web sites have unleashed a potent new phenomenon of social networking in cyberspace. But at the same time, a growing body of evidence is suggesting that traditional social networks play a surprisingly powerful and underrecognized role in influencing how people behave. Taken together, these studies and others are […]

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