Archive: January 2016

House On The Rock The House on the Rock, in Iowa County, Wisconsin, has been described as creepy, bizarre, an evil Disneyland, and the tackiest place in America. This article from Roadtrippers and the accompanying photos give a glimpse of the whole experience of actually going there. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

The 6 Myths Of Creativity When you read this remember that these are the Myths. Article based on a research project based on 12,000 daily journal entries of 238 people working on creative projects in companies. No Picassos here, apparently, but still interesting information. Photo courtesy of Ian Schneider via Unsplash. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

How Your Brain Perceives Time (and How to Use It to Your Advantage) Learn how your brain perceives time, and how to use it to your advantage. A big plus for this piece is the links to other points of view and research references. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

40 Tips For A Better Life It seems to me that by now we (me) ought to know every tip possible for having a better, fulfilling, exuberant, joyous, wonderful, productive, healthy, wealthy, spiritual, wholistic, honorable, wise, loving, compassionate, kind, confident, fill-in-the-adjective, life, but still, I find myself to read the next 40 tips, or 12 […]

Vincent Kosuga and His Onions A groovy little story from Today I Found Out about onion futures. I didn’t even know there were onion futures. Vincent Kosuga, an entrepreneur who turned 5,000 acres of unwanted land into 5,000 acres of onions made a killing in trading onion futures and he wasn’t Mr. Straight Arrow when […]

How To Recognize An Artist’s Work For The Uncultured Man The uncultured man, or woman for that matter, might be artistically enlightened by this “artful” piece, but the sophisticated dude or dame, as you undoubtedly are, will get more than a few chuckles out of these descriptions of great artists’ work. Complete with examples of […]