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Easy Homemade Granola January 26, 2009 | By Adam Roberts | 34 Comments Now that I’m a health guru you might suspect that I made granola last week because of my new fitness regimen. But you’d be wrong, very wrong indeed; I made granola last week because of the newest cookbook in my collection, a gorgeous cookbook that I bought for my friend Lisa’s 30th birthday and that I secretly wished I’d kept for myself. But then the publisher offered to send me a review copy and I was in heaven. Easy Homemade Granola
Mindfulness (psychology)

Mindfulness (psychology)

Mindfulness as a psychological concept is the focusing of attention and awareness, based on the concept of mindfulness in Buddhist meditation.[1] It has been popularised in the West by Jon Kabat-Zinn.[2] Despite its roots in Buddhism, mindfulness is often taught independently of religion.[3][4] Several definitions of mindfulness have been used in modern psychology. According to various prominent psychological definitions, Mindfulness refers to a psychological quality that involves bringing one’s complete attention to the present experience on a moment-to-moment basis,[7] or involves
The Microsoft interview is a job interview technique used by Microsoft to assess possible future Microsoft employees. It is significant because Microsoft's model was pioneering, and later picked up and developed by other companies including Amazon, Facebook, and Google[citation needed].[1] Innovation[edit] The Microsoft Interview was a pioneer in that it was about technical knowledge, problem solving and creativity as opposed to the goal and weaknesses interviews most companies used at the time. Initially based on Bill Gates' obsession with puzzles, many of the puzzles presented during interviews started off being Fermi problems, or sometimes logic problems, and have eventually transitioned over the years into questions relevant to programming:[2] Puzzles test competitive edge as well as intelligence. Like business or football, a logic puzzle divides the world into winners and losers. Microsoft interview Microsoft interview
How to Generate Random Colors Programmatically | Martin Ankerl Creating random colors is actually more difficult than it seems. The randomness itself is easy, but aesthetically pleasing randomness is more difficult. For a little project at work I needed to automatically generate multiple background colors with the following properties: How to Generate Random Colors Programmatically | Martin Ankerl
A tangible user interface (TUI) is a user interface in which a person interacts with digital information through the physical environment. The initial name was Graspable User Interface, which is no longer used. One of the pioneers in tangible user interfaces is Hiroshi Ishii, a professor in the MIT Media Laboratory who heads the Tangible Media Group. Tangible user interface Tangible user interface
PneumaticDisplays PneumaticDisplays Physical buttons have the unique ability to provide low-attention and vision-free interactions through their intuitive tactile clues. Unfortunately, the physicality of these interfaces makes them static, limiting the number and types of user interfaces they can support. On the other hand, touch screen technologies provide the ultimate interface flexibility, but offer no inherent tactile qualities.
So, here's a Vision Of The Future that's popular right now. It's a lot of this sort of thing. As it happens, designing Future Interfaces For The Future used to be my line of work.

A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design

A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design
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Geons[edit] The recognition-by-components theory suggests that there are less than 36 geons which are combined to create the objects we see in day to day life.[3] For example, when looking at a mug we break it down into two components – “cylinder” and “handle”. This too works for more complex objects, which in turn are made up of a larger amount of geons. Perceived geons are then compared with objects in our stored memory to identify what it is we are looking at. The theory proposes that when we view objects we look for two important components. Recognition by Components Theory Recognition by Components Theory
In the past week, two friends (Dean and Bill) independently told me they were amazed at how Google does spelling correction so well and quickly. Type in a search like [speling] and Google comes back in 0.1 seconds or so with Did you mean: spelling. (Yahoo and Microsoft are similar.) How to Write a Spelling Corrector

How to Write a Spelling Corrector

Every programming language has some kind of way of doing numbers and math. Do not worry: programmers lie frequently about being math geniuses when they really aren't. If they were math geniuses, they would be doing math, not writing ads and social network games to steal people's money. Exercise 3: Numbers And Math — Learn Python The Hard Way, 2nd Edition
Test Prep 100 SAT Words Beginning with "A" Find lists of SAT words organized by every letter of the alphabet here: A , B , C , D , E , F , G , H , I , J, K & L , M , N , O , P , Q , R , S , T , U , V , and W, X, Y & Z . abase, aberration, abhor, abject, abrasive, abstain, abstract, more... Learn 100 words - Learn Words - English Dictionary

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