Sunday, October 4, 2009

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

My work

Gunugu music album cover designed by me. Comments please..

Monday, September 7, 2009


IQ tests usually measure your verbal and mathematical skills. What we want to do here is measure your associative flexibility. There may be other possible answers than the ones given, but at least you can use this as a gauge to see how fluid your thinking skills are.

This test will give you some idea of your mental plasticity and, therefore, creativity.

INSTRUCTIONS: Each question below contains the initials of the words that will make it a correct phrase. Find the missing words.

FOR EXAMPLE: 7=D in a W.

ANSWER: 7= Days in a Week.

  • 26=L of the A

  • 7=W of the W

  • 1001=A N

  • 12= S of the Z

  • 54=C in the D[with the J]

  • 9=P in the SS

  • 88=P K

  • 13=S on the A F

  • 32= D F at which W F

  • 18= H on a G C

  • 90= D in a R A

  • 200= D for P G in M

  • 8=S on a S S

  • 3= B M [S H T R]

  • 4= Q in a G

  • 24= H in a D

  • 1= W on a U

  • 5= D in a Z C

  • 57= H V

  • 11= P on a F T

  • 1000= W that a P is W

  • 29=D in F in a L Y

  • 64= S on a C

  • 40= D. and N. of the G.F.



    "There is no instinct
    like that of the heart."

    Lord Byron

    What is emotional intelligence? Most of us perceive intelligence as a mental quality and emotions as a feeling quality. Only recently are we beginning to realize that true intelligence is a blending of the head and the heart. Being “smart” is not only a mental exercise, we also need to develop our ability to be “heart-smart.”

    Emotional IQ

    Daniel Goleman Ph.D., has written an excellent book called Emotional Intelligence. In it he emphasizes the need for people to assess and develop their emotional savvy as though it were a form of intelligence. He gives a pristine example of the heights of emotional brilliance. I was particularly impressed with this little analogy, because both teacher and student have a profound experience, one that will never be forgotten.

    * A belligerent Samurai once challenged a Zen master to explain the concept of Heaven and Hell. But the monk, replied with scorn saying “You’re nothing but a lout, I can’t waste my time with the likes of you.”
    His very honor attacked the Samurai flew into a rage and pulling his sword from it’s scabbard yelled, “I could kill you for your impertinence.”
    “That,” the monk calmly replied, “is Hell.”
    Startled at seeing the truth the master had pointed out about the fury that had him in its grip, the Samurai calmed down, sheathed his sword and bowed, thanking the monk for the insight.
    “And that,” the monk replied, “is Heaven.”

    This is a powerful little story. Not only did the monk instruct the Samurai and answer his question, he allowed him to emotionally experience his words. Emotional intelligence is true understanding of what is learned. Once learning is embedded in the heart, as well as the head, the lesson is converted to wisdom.

    Thursday, July 16, 2009

    Windows vista is not a rip off of Mac os x

    Here are a the examples that doesn't prove that vista is not a rip off of os x (doesn't , not)

    Monday, July 13, 2009

    For Online Gamers

    gamers, check this pic if u really think u can cheat VAC

    Monday, June 29, 2009

    Design Inspiration: Nike

    instant tutorial videos..