sábado, 22 de maio de 2010


...of singining with a long fingered, brown furred marsupial.

Now that I think of it, it's probably influenced by the documentary of Sigur Rós I watched last night. At least the singing. the marsupial is still freaking me out though.

segunda-feira, 22 de março de 2010

quinta-feira, 11 de março de 2010

We can wish for more hours in a day, but we’re only going to get 24, so it’s up to us to decide how we want to spend them.

From: getrichslowly

Everyone has a different way of wasting away the hours, but I’ll identify some common ones. In the online world, there are countless time-sucking activities, such as:

  • Checking e-mail excessively (OCD!!)
  • Seeing what’s new on Twitter
  • Reading Facebook updates (devia apagar aquilo)
  • Reading blogs that don’t deliver much value
  • Browsing retail sites
  • Playing games
  • Watching funny YouTube videos
  • Clicking on random articles on StumbleUpon
  • Tagging and grouping your Flickr photos
  • Googling your ex

Time sucks aren’t only found on the internet, though. Offline, activities that can suck your time include:

  • Unimportant chores
  • Watching TV shows you don’t even like that much
  • Reading junk mail
  • Video games
  • Opening the refrigerator door and staring at the contents (tanta vez! :P)
  • Thinking about unimportant things, replaying conversations in your head, stressing out about future possibilities that may or may not ever happen
  • Organizing your iTunes files
  • Unproductive or negative conversations

terça-feira, 23 de fevereiro de 2010

19 (nineteen) is the natural number following 18 and preceding 20

19 is the 8th smallest prime number. The sequence continues 23, 29, 31, 37...

19 is the seventh Mersenne prime exponent.

19 is the aliquot sum of two odd discrete semiprimes, 65 and 77 and is the base of the 19-aliquot tree.

19 is a centered triangular number, centered hexagonal number and a Heegner number.

The largest normal magic hexagon contains 19 hexagons.