In the grand history of pranks, hiding in the closet is probably not the most innovative technique. Still, what this 4-year-old’s prank may lack in creativity, it more than makes up in sheer enthusiasm and adorableness.
Tag Archives: creativity
The Hidden Secrets of the Creative Mind
Picasso: The Fine Art of Theft
Education: Digging the Divergent
Talking About Tiger Moms
Russians create shrine to Michael Jackson
Hugh MacLeod: Ignore Everybody
The Downside of Friends: Facebook’s Hacking Problem
You get a quick message from a friend on Facebook, click on the link and absentmindedly log in to a website pretending to be Facebook. This is what happened last week, when scammers unleashed a new attack on Facebook, collecting users’ log-in information and passwords and pilfering victims’ “friends” lists to target the next dopes. Listen up, people: Although Facebook has a reputation for Internet security it identified the scam within hours, and the ripple effects only lasted for a couple days at 200 million members and counting, the size and popularity of the social-networking site has made it the object of increasing attention from hackers and spammers
Couple pulled over during high speed sex romp
An amorous motorist faces a fine and a driving ban after he was caught having sex with his girlfriend while speeding on a highway, Norwegian media reported Tuesday. New findings show that the streams of information provided by social networking sites are too fast for the brain’s “moral compass” to process and could harm young people’s emotional development. Before the brain can fully digest the anguish and suffering of a story, it is being bombarded by the next news bulletin or the latest Twitter update, according to a University of Southern California study
Scientists warn of Twitter dangers
Rapid-fire TV news bulletins or updates on Twitter or Facebook could numb our sense of morality and make us indifferent to human suffering, scientists say. New findings show that the streams of information provided by social networking sites are too fast for the brain’s “moral compass” to process and could harm young people’s emotional development.