Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community! 10 Awesome Websites to Waste Your Time On It’s Monday afternoon, which inevitably means at some point, you’re going to want to take your 15-minute break and goof around on the Internet. Thankfully, we’ve made that task much easier. Here’s our collection of cool, interesting, fun and addictive websites to help you waste time online. Cool Places Virtual Sistine Chapel Explore one of the greatest works of religious art ever created with this virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel. Google’s Tour of the Holy Land Map This Google map of the Holy Land features landmarks and descriptions of famous locations mentioned throughout the Bible. Old-School Video Games VirtualNES Relive the magic of old Nintendo games right from your Internet browser. Classic PC Games The folks at the Internet Archive digital museum have made it possible to revisit your middle school computer lab by putting classic PC games like The Oregon Trail and Prince of Persia online. Interesting Stuff Optical Illusions If you thought that the black and blue (or is it white and gold?)
LE DEMOTIVATIONAL POSTER, ICONE DE L’INDUSTRIE AMERICAINE DU LOL Pris dans sa globalité, le web français est un peu gros chat que sa maitresse aurait trop gavé de viandes en sauce. Il a du mal à bouger son gros cul, il est très prévisible et n’est franchement pas très marrant. L’inverse d’un LOLcat quoi. Moi je vous dis ça comme ça mais dans le fond j’en ai un peu rien à foutre que les gens soient sinistres. A l’origine du monde, il y avait le Motivational Poster, une affiche de quasi-propagande qui trônait crânement dans les bureaux ou les écoles et dont le propos était de pousser les gens à s’améliorer ou au moins à repenser certains de leurs comportements ou de leurs acquis. Le concept, d’une simplicité enfantine, respecte malgré tout quelques codes inamovibles: un cadre noir, une image, un titre en majuscule et un sarcasme en minuscule directement inspiré de l’image. 1 – Les Demotivational Posters « Mauvais Esprit »: 2 – Les Demotivational Posters « Hédonistes »: Kiffeurs en tout genre et petits malins. La catégorie spéciale des animaux.
Geocaching 101 Welcome to the geocaching community! If you still have questions after reviewing this information, we recommend that you search our Help Center or ask a question in the geocaching Forums. The Game Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. At its simplest level, geocaching requires these 8 steps: Register for a free Basic Membership. There are many other levels to the game. If you take something from the geocache (or "cache"), leave something of equal or greater value. The only necessities are a GPS device or a GPS-enabled mobile phone so that you can navigate to the cache, and a Geocaching.com Membership. Geocaches can be found all over the world. Yes. It's a very cool story, actually. Getting Started Cache Type: Traditional Difficulty Rating: 1 Cache Size: Regular or Large You should also check to see that other geocachers have recently logged finds on the cache page (also called the cache listing). Inputting Coordinates by Hand Finding Geocaches
Why Procrastinators Procrastinate PDF: We made a fancy PDF of this post for printing and offline viewing. Buy it here. (Or see a preview.) pro-cras-ti-na-tion |prəˌkrastəˈnāSHən, prō-| noun the action of delaying or postponing something: your first tip is to avoid procrastination. Who would have thought that after decades of struggle with procrastination, the dictionary, of all places, would hold the solution. Avoid procrastination. While we’re here, let’s make sure obese people avoid overeating, depressed people avoid apathy, and someone please tell beached whales that they should avoid being out of the ocean. No, “avoid procrastination” is only good advice for fake procrastinators—those people that are like, “I totally go on Facebook a few times every day at work—I’m such a procrastinator!” The thing that neither the dictionary nor fake procrastinators understand is that for a real procrastinator, procrastination isn’t optional—it’s something they don’t know how to not do. Pretty normal, right? Notice anything different?
Getting Started with Geocaching > Finding your First Geocache Step 1 – Research Your outdoor geocaching adventure starts indoors with preparation and online research. Search Geocaching.com for a geocache that will meet your immediate goals and interests. Are you looking for an adventure for the entire family? Perhaps an afternoon in a dog-friendly park? Make sure that you review the cache attributes since these icons serve as a helpful resource as you select your first geocache to find. As you select a geocache, keep in mind the following: Have you considered the difficulty and terrain ratings of the cache? Our experience has shown that preparation and research will vary for each cache. Step 2 – Safety Tips As with any outdoor activity, it is important to be prepared. Make sure to tell someone where you are going and when you intend to return. Step 3 – The Hunt Now you are ready to find your first geocache! As you leave your car or a well-marked trail, make sure to mark its location as a waypoint! Step 4 – The Actual Find Hurray! Ready to learn more?
The Top 51 Time Wasters (Updated for 2015) Do you enjoy number games? If so, 2048 will quickly become your favorite time waster. I wasted nearly an hour of perfectly good time the first time I played 2048. Using only your keyboard's arrow keys, move the numbered tiles around together. 2048 can also be played via the web browser on your phone from this link. Note: 2048 is very similar to, but not associated with, the 1024 iTunes game and the very popular THREES, available for both Android and iTunes. How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself: A Timely Vintage Field Guide to Self-Reliant Play and Joyful Solitude by Maria Popova A celebration of makers and hackers from half a century before they were called makers and hackers. Legendary psychoanalyst Adam Phillips has written beautifully about why the capacity for boredom is essential for a full life and Susan Sontag contemplated the creative purpose of boredom. Perhaps we understand this intellectually, but we — now more than ever, it seems — have a profound civilizational anxiety about being alone. And the seed for it is increasingly planted in childhood — in an age when play is increasingly equated with screens and interfaces, being alone with a screen is not quite being alone at all, so the art of taking joy in one’s own company slips further and further out of reach. With a wink — perhaps inadvertent — to the existential value of philosophy, Smith writes: I understand some people get worried about kids who spend a lot of time all alone, by themselves. Indoor boomerang: 'Get a piece of very thin cardboard. There is also subtle, charming humor:
Top 100 Photos of the Year 2012 *Please note the photographs themselves were not necessarily taken in 2012, they just happened to be featured as a POTD this year. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking amongst the photos Enjoy! Photograph by Robert Elves on Flickr Photograph by Stephen Wilkes | Prints available Photograph by George Steinmetz Photograph by Andrew Choy Photograph by Jakub Polomski on 500px Photograph via The Natioanl Archives and Records Administration Photograph by Caleb Charland COPYRIGHT© 2012 RMS TITANIC, INC; Produced by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Photograph by Jason Pope Photograph by Dan Fisher Photograph by Scott Robertson Photograph by Berenice Abbott Photograph by NASA/GSFC/SDO Photograph by Liammm on Reddit Photograph by haqbar on Reddit Photograph by Marcus Peabody Photograph by The Lost Gardens of Heligan Photograph by sleepychinchilla on Flickr Photograph by Scott Hutcheson (SMHutch Photography on Flickr) Photograph by Mario Neumann (scuba.hamburg on Flickr)
Don't Stop Procrastinating. Just Procrastinate Better. by Robert Montenegro Procrastination is often unfairly regarded as productivity's evil twin, writes Donné Torr over at Hootsuite. Sure, procrastinators can be slow and unreliable, but there exists research to suggest not all people who put things off are unproductive. You can’t beat your Facebook addiction into submission – so schedule it into your work day, says Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit. Big Think's Maria Konnikova covered psychologist John Perry, who is notable for proposing a theory of Structured Procrastination: "Perry proposes the following strategy for the effective procrastinator. Perry features prominently in Torr's article for his ideas on how "effective dawdling" can lead to creativity and innovative solutions. The key takeaway here? Do I buy it? Read more at Hootsuite. Photo credit: Sergey Paranchuk / Shutterstock
The Worst Analogies Ever Written in a High School Essay They lived in a typical suburban neighborhood with picket fences that resembled Nancy Kerrigan's teeth. He spoke with the wisdom that can only come from experience, like a guy who went blind because he looked at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it and now goes around the country speaking at high schools about the dangers of looking at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it. She caught your eye like one of those pointy hook latches that used to dangle from screen doors and would fly up whenever you banged the door open again. The little boat gently drifted across the pond exactly the way a bowling ball wouldn't. McBride fell 12 stories, hitting the pavement like a Hefty Bag filled with vegetable soup. From the attic came an unearthly howl. Her hair glistened in the rain like nose hair after a sneeze. Her eyes were like two brown circles with big black dots in the center. He was as tall as a six-foot-three-inch tree.
My Top 100 Awesome Websites To Kill Time by Ryan Siegel | Sep 3, 2014 | Just For Fun | 5 Comments 32 Flares Twitter 12 Tweet Facebook 16 Google+ 2 Buffer 2 Filament.io Made with Flare More Info 32 Flares × Being productive is over-rated! After exerting so much energy compiling and promoting my last massive Expert Roundup post, I wanted to do something a bit less serious and have some fun. So I decided to compile this top 100 list of awesome websites to kill time. Most are great for a good laugh, with a few great resources for gaming and educational content thrown into the mix. ! ~Enjoy Please note: You can sort each column to organize the list alphabetically or by category.If you feel that I missed any other awesome websites, Please let me know! The EDT Top 100 Websites To Kill Time Help Me Build A Better List! With so many websites out there – I undoubtedly missed a few great ones. So what are your favorite websites to kill time online? Signing you up! Subscribe To EDT! We hate spam just as much as you