Monday, February 12, 2007

New shoes

New shoes
New shoes,
originally uploaded by M. Johansson.

New shoes

New shoes
New shoes,
originally uploaded by M. Johansson.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Grodtävling

Grodtävling
Grodtävling,
originally uploaded by M. Johansson.
Grodtvling



 



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Grodtvling



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2006-06-13

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Thoughtlessness

Thoughtlessness
Thoughtlessness,
originally uploaded by M. Johansson.
Thoughtlessness



 



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Thoughtlessness



I was thinking about something else, and suddenly....



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2006-06-06

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Minna listening to apes

Minna listening to apes
Minna listening to apes,
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2006-06-04

Sunday, January 01, 2006

. Party Product (iv) .

. Party Product (iv) .
. Party Product (iv) .,
originally uploaded by 3amfromkyoto.
nice picture!

Monday, October 24, 2005

PleasureCards

Hah, my pleasurecards arrived today.

They are basically like business cards, but smaller, and more personal, with an online profile attached to them. See their web site for more detailed information. Not that there is much - they really need to work at explaining the concept better.

Insanely long shipping time (over two weeks) but they are very nice. They feel almost like they are made of plastic rather than paper, and are machine washable. They come in a plastic, not paper box, which is also very nice. I cannot wait to try them out on people!







Flickr

This is a test post from flickr, a fancy photo sharing thing.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Emotional importance vs. Logical importance

I had a discussion with my girlfriend (I adore her, even though she uses the lens flare filter) a while back, about the fact that we both are the kind of person that always tends to show up 5 to 10 minutes late to every meeting, and why we do it.

My general theory had (up to that point) been that, because of my positive attitude, I tend to underestimate the time required to do things. My dear lady friend had another theory, though – a more simple one, and one that was unfortunately less flattering on our characters. Simply that we don’t feel that it is important to get to places on time.

This is quite a problem. It’s often we forget that we are emotional, not logical creatures. I don’t FEEL that it’s important, therefore I don’t do it. I feel that I can get away with being 10 minutes late, therefore I try to accomplish things I feel are more important before going to the meeting or whatever. If there was a feeling of importance attached to being on time, I would be on time.

I had flown over 20 times before I missed my first flight – of course it was due to the fact that flying had become very ordinary and had less of an elevated sense of importance attached to it. I missed it, because I no longer had the nagging feeling that said “It’s important not to miss the flight, you should be there at least 30 minutes before the gate closes”. My logic had stayed intact, but my emotions about it had changed, which is what allowed me to miss the flight.

“Being on time” is not the only aspect of my life affected by this phenomena. Five other things that springs to mind are “Go to sleep early and get up early”, “Have good eating habits”, “save money” and “Exercise regularly”. We all *know* that these things are important – that’s good common sense - but we don’t actually always *feel* they are important.

Hmmmm. Expect more blog entries about this soon.