Surprisingly, it’s not a question that Web Watch gets asked often, but the fact that we’ve been asked how to impersonate a unicorn at least once is reason enough to write about this phenomenal product that we have found over at Amazon:
Jirka Väätäinen is a Finnish design student at Bournemouth, and he wants to be very clear that his name is pronounced “Yirka”, not “Jerk-a”.
Web Watch has no reason to quibble with him on this, as he’s doing some phenomenal work on RE-IMAGINING DISNEY PRINCESSES as if they were real-life people.
Sure, we’ve seen some other examples of this with live models, but Jirka is taking a slightly different approach on this with his photo-realistic, manipulations that are designed to showcase what the Disney Princess would look like as an actual person.
Not a cartoon caricature, but really-for-real people.
The food is typically well-prepared, and who doesn’t enjoy being waited on by a young go-getter who is eager to please and provide the Ultimate Dining Experience?
Ok, well maybe not every restaurant you eat at ends up being the Ultimate Dining Experience, but go with us on the concept here.
Let’s look at this from another viewpoint – if you were going to work at a restaurant, would you rather work at a restaurant that provided the Ultimate Employee Experience, or one that treated all of their employees without care?
With all of today’s technologic gadgets and whizbang toys, parents everywhere often find themselves struggling to get their kids to expand their minds instead of simply sitting in front of a computer, mindlessly chatting with their friends on Club Penguin or Facebook.
And there’s nothing wrong with encouraging kids to read a little bit more once in a while.
It won’t hurt you. Heck, today’s kids really liked those Harry Potter books, and even some parents did too — even though Harry Potter really was a childrens book. Even JK Rowling admitted that.
So when the magazine SCHOLASTIC PARENT & CHILD decided to put together their own list of the 100 GREATEST BOOKS FOR KIDS, you knew that there would be some high-quality classics on here.
So parents – we have two questions for you:
How many of the following books have you read yourself?
How many of the following books do you know your kids have read?
Pop quiz: How many bras does the average woman own?
An even better question is how many women own bras that they’ve never even worn?
With women lamenting the high cost of bras (well, good ones, at least), one would think that women would be more careful about ensuring that their underwear money… excuse us, lingerie money… goes to good use.
The answer comes from an online retailer who surveyed women about their bra-buying and wearing habits.
You were able to zoom in from the size of a sheet of paper down to the size of a carbon atom. Along the way, you could see and compare the sizes of different germs when compared to common, everyday objects.
Yeah, not too shabby, and kinda cool.
But what if we wanted to take the same concept, and compare the sizes of pretty much everything in the entire universe to, well, the entire universe?
It’s that time of year again, where every sports fan worth their paper brackets start working their own version of BRACKETOLOGY in time for some HOOPS MADNESS.
So even though we still have a few weeks to go before the 2012 tournament contenders are announced, Web Watch thought we’d share with you some of the front-runners that you may want to pay attention to while we ramp up to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Yeah, you’re a word game competitor, and you’re always looking for an edge. Something to really carry your gameplay to the next level, because you’re sick and tired of losing out on that Triple Word Score because you couldn’t come up with a more creative way to use that “P” in your rack.
Web Watch has something for you. We can help you win.
All all you have to do is one simple thing…
So what is the ULTIMATE SECRET TO WINNING “WORDS WITH FRIENDS”, Scrabble, or any other popular word game?
Maybe you’re a workaholic and you don’t even realize it.
Sure, all of us tend to spend a lot of time either at work, thinking about work, or trying to do work at non-work times. Web Watch has told you numerous times in the past when we’ve taken conference calls while on vacation — that would certainly qualify as a definition of workaholic.
But did you know that there are different shades of workaholism? That’s right – there’s a heirarchy of workaholics.
Web Watch has always been told that the key to a good day and good health is a good balanced breakfast. After all, our body has just woken up from what is likely 9 hours from the last meal it received, and it needs nourishment to keep going until lunch.
Only a fool would completely skip breakfast, right? We gotta love our Cocoa Krispies and Count Chocula.