Mar 22, 2010

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I'am a little teapot


I am a little teapot
Short & stouts
Here´s my handle
Here´s my spout
When I get all steamed up
I just shout
Tip me over & pour me out

I am a very special pot
It is true
Here is an example of what I can do
I can turn my handle into a spout
Tip me over & pour me out

I am a little teapot
Short & stouts
Here´s my handle
Here´s my spout
When I get all steamed up
I just shout
Tip me over & pour me out

I am a very special pot
It is true
Here is an example of what I can do
I can turn my handle into a spout
Tip me over & pour me out



Mar 3, 2010

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Doodle good for brain


What is Doodle?
Doodle is not an art it’s just a type of sketch. Doodling can be a remarkably effective at accessing your subconscious. It is generally seen as something everyone can do.

Do you know, Doodles, the drawings that are designed on, Google home page, are the creation of Google Webmaster Dennis Hwang.



We can also submit our doodle for Google. There are plenty of resources available in Google site.






Winner of Doodle 4 Google, 'My India'

This doodle was displayed on Google home page, google.co.in on November 14, 2009. Some more doodles images





You can see more images here.

Ok let see some interesting articles about Doodling.

NPR: National Public Radio says doodling is good for brain. Now we will see briefly what NPR says:
Four years ago at Davos, the famous world economic forum, then-Prime Minister Tony Blair appeared on a panel with Bill Gates, Bill Clinton and the rock star Bono. After the panel, a journalist wandering the stage came across some papers scattered near Blair's seat. The papers were covered in doodles: circles and triangles, boxes and arrows.

"Your standard meeting doodles," says David Greenberg, professor of journalism at Rutgers University.
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Physorg.com says

Research shows doodling can help memory recall

Doodling while listening can help with remembering details, rather than implying that the mind is wandering as is the common perception. According to a study published today in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology, subjects given a doodling task while listening to a dull phone message had a 29% improved recall compared to their non-doodling counterparts.
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Mar 2, 2010

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Alphabet's A to Z for kids

Here is an video for kids to learn alphabet's online with full of fun.