Boomshine from MochiGames is a truly relaxing game – just click once amidst a flock of floating balls of light and watch them expand into colourful patterns to the theme of chilled-out piano music. The object? Get a prerequisite amount of balls to connect to the expanding orbs of light. Not always easy, but as befits a relaxing game, you have unlimited lives…
I liked the way this history of mankind is represented: in violence, clothing and sex. Lovely little drawings. I’ve always been a fan of the Romans myself :-/
This is SO cool – just type in the title of a song, the artist, a combination and you’ll get a list of options that you can immediately listen to it, rate it, etc. An online jukebox…
What was the first song you looked for? With me it was Summer Love from Justin, again a really cool song from him. I used to not really like him but he’s really grown into an innovative music maker. Or maybe I’m just turning poppy :-)
An overview of the most well-known internet virals out there – do you know them all? Found at NoDesktopHero.
Amazing moving image of a girl spinning round – she changes direction when you start using another side of your brain. Try it with more than one person – crazy how one person sees her change direction while for the other, she keeps going the same way… Can you make her change at will?
If you don’t believe it, here’s someone who added gray lines to the image so you can see the different directions.
What does it all mean? Some say that people who see the dancer moving clockwise (like me) are right brain dominant and tend to be more risk taking and imaginative.
|LEFT BRAIN FUNCTIONS
words and language
present and past
math and science
knows object name
|RIGHT BRAIN FUNCTIONS
“big picture” oriented
symbols and images
present and future
philosophy & religion
can “get it” (i.e. meaning)
knows object function