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  1. Smarty Pins
    Maps and triva. 6 categories to dominate boredom. Go visit if you have 15 minutes to burn.
  2. Google Music Lab
    You may not be the next Rza. That's cool. Go kick the tires at Google Music lab. Drop a beat.
  3. A Google A Day
    Agoogleaday.com is addictive. Searching for correct answers is harder and more rewarding than it sounds. Improve your search skills with a new game from Google.
  4. Google Cultural Institute
    Stuck in office? Visit a museum and feel like you are out of office. Google collected images from collections around the world. Check out the different series for curated content. Worth a visit or two.
  1. Are you a Mason?
    Me- Nope. Why do you ask? Him- Cause you're smart and shit.
  2. How many Bemadryl pills come in a bottle?
    I respond by radio-I don't know why? They reply- cause this dude took them all and now he thinks hes Miss Butterworth.
  3. What's up Mr Z?
    Complete high 5. We walk in opposite directions through the courtyard. I notice instantly. I spin around asking, " why are your hands sticky?" He shrugs his shoulders and keeps walking.
  1. My daily doer. I keep notes abound in my Leuchtturm soft bound book.
    An index, numbered pages, graphed paper back pocket, and book mark makes recording in analog feel like an exercise in craftsmanship.
  2. Field Notes
    An honest memo book. I fill it up frequently. Weather proof and tear proof. Dot graph paper, with Futura paper.
  3. Space Pen
    Fisher Space Pen. The same one you wanted as a kid. Write upside down while snorkeling in the deep end of the pool, or while at work on a desk.
  4. 4 Minute Journal
    You've heard of the five minute journal. Which I like. This is the 4 minute journal. Which I love. Most important tasks, additional tasks, other tasks, meetings. Reflect at the end of the day. Complete the journal entry giving a head start on tomorrow's work. It's free.