I can't decide if I would theoretically want to live in Eureka or work in Warehouse13. One deals with brilliant new inventions and tech, whereas the other is troves of untold mysterious objects from history. Dealing in either has the same risk of dying. Thoughts?
Wow, I would love to try one of these Bubble Tents (created by French designer Pierre-Stéphane Dumas) whenever I go camping! Imagine sleeping in complete darkness, avoiding all the pesky critters from outside, but still being able to stare at the night sky without any worries?
Thank you +Matthew Hall for reminding us of the value of pi day. The perfeccttt excuse to order some delicious fried dough and cheese! On that note, I'm off to buy pizza, pie, and any other circular things I see at the store.
It does give you perspective. It's a right handed world. I also believe that there is a Left-Right brain interaction, some things naturally come easier — although that distinction has been criticized lately as having been overblown by the Pop Science press.
366 because it's a leap year! So far I haven't missed a day. Started out 15 minutes each now sometimes 5 sometimes 30 or more. Approaching 90 days and learning and building skills a lot. It's all practice ... Thanks for asking!