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Author: Khe Hy

I've got a confession. When I need to give the directions Right or Left, I use a shortcut. I inconspicuously create an "L" with my left hand, to ensure I've got it right. (Yes, it's the same trick I'm currently teaching my 6 year old.) Thankfully, the...

I'm not a watch guy, but when I think of Patek Phillipe, two things come to mind. First, there's Future on Racks Blue: "The Patek a two-tone/ I done went colorblind I'ma get my shine on, yeah" Then, there's the highfalutin ad copy, usually on the back of...

One's eyes are bigger than one's stomach. It's an old idiom from the good ol' days of the all-you-can-eat buffet. Remember those? I do daydream about the conference hotel where you could effortlessly combine a mini croissant, greasy hash browns, a bagel with fresh lox, and some...

Three is a magic number. There are three Hanson brothers. And three Jonas brothers. Three personalities anchor Freud's signature theory. (Id, Ego, Super Ego.) And writers have their own rule of three which "combines brevity and rhythm to create a pattern" that our brains find catchy, memorable and...

"It took me fifteen years to realize that I've been playing the wrong game," confessed my friend. I was surprised. Randy (as we'll call him) is always playing his cards right. He has the quintessential credentials: he was selected into his undergrad honor society, has a...

Note-taking and personal knowledge management are in the midst of a technological revolution. Gone are the days of flat Evernote text file, replaced by databases, interactive templates and Excel-like formulas. You know what else has gotten a facelift? The good old hyperlink is a relic...