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You're probably familiar with optical illusions (like the Penrose Triangle) . . . but what about auditory illusions? Sound Uncovered (free) is an educational iPad app that opens minds (and ears) to all the ways that sounds trick us.
Think you can talk and listen at the same time? Or identify the highest note in a series of chimes? Think again. Sound Uncovered shows how ears perceive sound differently than you may think, and puts the experience of a multisensory museum exhibit into the palm of your hand.
Experiment with auditory illusions and acoustic phenomena, or make your own recordings and test your hearing with this interactive app that teaches us all about the space between human ears.
The San Francisco Exploratorium, which reopens to the public in a new waterfront home on April 17, created the app to bring hands-on science into the home. If you're itching for more experimentation, give your visual sensors a run with Color Uncovered (free), which examines how we identify hues in everyday objects.
I've always had a problem spending gift cards because nothing ever seemed good enough to 'waste' them on but one day while stress shopping I realized that I could use my GCs and not spend money/feel guilty. With all the advertisements for pre-paid cards lately, I was wondering if this sounds like a good idea? With companies like AmEx offering them with little to no fees, I was thinking this would be an easy way to put a few $$ at a time and have the flexibility to spend it anywhere (or on anything) without the guilt of taking money from a savings account or charging it. Thoughts?
A director at my organisation has recommended me for a promotion and is organising a significant pay rise for me. I have been working very hard but it's still unexpected and very flattering. This sort of thing just doesn't happen (well at least not to me)! He's leaving the company at the end of the month and I want to tell him how appreciative I am that he recognised my potential. I only found out about his recommendations through my manager in my recent performance review though and the director hasn't brought it up with me. If anyone has any suggestions on the proper way to say thank you in this sort of situation I'd be very grateful. We work in an open plan office and no one other than my manager knows about the promotion yet so I'm finding it hard to figure out how I can bring this up with the director without everyone hearing that I'm going to be promoted.
I just realized that I am a "workplace borrower". I borrow pens, forks, coffee creamer, etc. with EVERY intention of replenishing, but always forget because I am an unorganized sales rep. I feel terrible as I count out all the things I have been "borrowing" and know my co-workers must hate me. How do I dig myself out of this hole?