10 do's and don'ts to make him remember you That sweetie caught your eye, and now you’re straight smitten. But how do you make sure that you’re on his mind as much as he is on yours? Here’s how to leave him daydreaming about you for days on end. DO smile. Studies have shown that flashing your pearly whites is infectious. The more you smile, the more you’re likely to leave him with a warm ‘n’ fuzzy memory of you. TOP 50 QUESTIONS ABOUT AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES Frequently Asked Questions Native Americans The Department of the Interior has a solemn responsibility to uphold the federal government’s unique government-to-government relationship with federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, as provided for by the Constitution of the United States, U.S. treaties and court decisions, presidential executive orders and federal policies and administrative actions. We recognize that a legacy of injustice and broken promises shapes the history of the federal government’s relationship with the American Indian and Alaska Native people. We are therefore working to turn the page on the federal government’s pattern of neglect of this community and, instead, build a strategy for empowerment that helps the tribal nations forge futures of their own choosing. SOURCE www.doi.gov | PDF
Can You Believe This is a Single Photograph? Jun 21, 2013 That’s four separate images spliced into one right? It’s obviously photoshopped, and a poor one at that! I can’t fault you for thinking that. Especially if you just glanced. But a closer inspection reveals that this is indeed a meticulously crafted photograph (singular) by Italian photographer Bela Borsodi . The Hardest Logic Puzzle Ever The Hardest Logic Puzzle Ever is a logic puzzle invented by American philosopher and logician George Boolos and published in The Harvard Review of Philosophy in 1996. A translation in Italian was published earlier in the newspaper La Repubblica, under the title L'indovinello più difficile del mondo. The puzzle is inspired by Raymond Smullyan.
Penny Countertop Last September we finished our butcher block countertops, but we didn’t do our bar area. I mentioned in that post that I was open to suggestions and got the great idea to cover it in pennies and epoxy. Well, EIGHT months later it is finally finished! I started in December when I got the supplies for Christmas… then it was one of my No Spend February goals…then it was one of my projects for the contest over at Every Creative Endeavor….then we finally finished it in April and I put off blogging about it because I didn’t want to write the post.
3D organ holograms bring out-of-body experience for surgeons An Israeli firm has developed 3D holographic imaging technology that allows doctors to see a patient's anatomy "floating" in mid-air during real time medical procedures. The company says successful trials of its system demonstrate that science fiction has become science fact. To properly illustrate ts three dimensional, holographic technology, Realview Imaging has produced a video demonstrating what it says an observer would see in an operating theatre. The company says the technology gives surgeons an unprecedented look at their patient's anatomy as they're operating.
5 Fab & Fun Bottlecap Craft Ideas I simply adore bottlecaps. I’m not one to drink a lot of bottled beverages, so I don’t have a unique stash of interesting caps myself. I have always dreamed of having a little collection though! I can’t think of any better way to display a collection than turning it into a craft! It makes for an instant showpiece!
Cheapest Places to Live in the World Are you thinking about moving overseas, or are you looking for a cheap vacation? Here are a couple of very cheap cities that are still safe, and are actually worth seeing. Budapest, Hungary Average flight cost: $800Average city center apartment: $200-400/monthHotel: $20-50 a night Your CD drive or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs Your CD or DVD drive is not seen in File Explorer (called Windows Explorer in Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows), and the device is marked with a yellow exclamation point in Device Manager. Additionally, after you open the device's Properties dialog box, one of the following errors is listed in the Device status area:Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged. (Code 19) The device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device.
Control desktop clutter with the Homework Desk For the last two months, I’ve challenged myself with the goal of walking every day. I’ve been spending more time with my treadmill and, as a result, I’ve also been doing quite a bit more reading on my iPad while I walk. I’m thrilled that I now have scheduled reading time and that I actually find interesting articles that help make the time pass relatively quickly. During one of my walking and reading sessions, I came across a blog post that asked if having a messy desk is such a terrible thing.
Pacific Light: Macro Footage of Ink, Oil and Soap Shot by Ruslan Khasanov Russian graphic designer Ruslan Khasanov who is probably best known for his experiments in liquid typography just released this experimental video where he plays with the interaction between ink, oil, and soap. Khasanov says he became inspired while cooking with a mixture of oil and soy sauce when he noticed the small black beads begin to form at the bottom of a container. He then began playing with a mixture of ink and soap to create this amazing mix of blue, white, yellow, and magenta. See everything in motion in the video above, and you can see some larger stills over on Behance.
The Balanced Rock Sculptures of Michael Grab Rely Solely on Gravity Land artist Michael Grab creates astonishing towers and orbs of balanced rocks using little more than patience and an astonishing sense of balance. Grab says the art of stone balancing has been practiced by various cultures around the world for centuries and that he personally finds the process of balancing to be therapeutic and meditative. Over the past few years of practicing rock balance, simple curiosity has evolved into therapeutic ritual, ultimately nurturing meditative presence, mental well-being, and artistry of design.
Not Your Average Drawing of a Rock: Colorful Riverbeds Drawn with Pencil by Ester Roi California artist Ester Roi (website currently down) works colored pencils to create drawings of imagined riverbeds that exhibit a superb understanding of the interaction between light, color and water. Roi uses a special drawing device called the Icarus Drawing Board that allows her to effectively create warm and cool “zones” underneath a wax-based medium. According to her website “the warm zone is used for mixing pigments, blending, burnishing and reworking. The cool zone is used for line drawing, layering, detailing and finishing touches.” Credit Card Processing Use the secrets that credit card processors don't want you to know to drastically lower your credit card processing fees Contents Preface Share the Wealth!