5 most entertaining Flash Mobs

flash mob (or flashmob)is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression. Let us see some of the most interesting and entertaining flash mobs from around the globe..BTW they are in a random order 😛

1. On Nov.13 2010 unsuspecting shoppers got a big surprise while enjoying their lunch. Over 100 participants in this awesome Christmas Flash Mob

2.On August 4th, 2009, dozens of Bollywood dancers suddenly began to dance in the middle of Times Square to support Bollywood Hero, a 3 part mini-series on IFC

3.On 19 Dec, 30 everyday Kiwis melted into Britomart and Aoteo square in the form of Flash mob moving to the song ‘why this Kolaveri de?’ – With a large crowd of tourists watching on, the flash dance lasted around Five minutes – and then melted away again.

4.200 ordinary Mumbaikars (aged 4-60) come together one busy Sunday evening for pure joy. The historic CST station blares ‘Rang De Basanti’ on its speakers while surprised train commuters rush to see whats going on.

5.Birmingham Flash Mob’s Pillow Fight. Near the Bull Ring 12 February 2007

Spend a lot of time in front of a Screen – Use Flux.

F.lux is an app that will help you control the screen colours as per the timing of the day.

We know that night-time exposure to blue light keeps people up late. We believe that f.lux adjusts colors in a way that greatly reduces the stimulating effects of blue light at night.

To understand the effects of f.lux on sleep, we’ve spoken with some researchers, and we’ve read a whole lot of papers.

The science that explains why blue light keeps you up was begun many years ago in the study of bird migration, and it continued in humans with the discovery of a new photoreceptor in the eye, called Melanopsin. Many are familiar with the “rods and cones” that provide our visual capabilities, but it was only about 15 years ago that retinal ganglion cells containing melanopsin, which are sensitive to a narrow band of blue light in the 460-480nm range, were discovered, and their unique effect on sleep was investigated.

For more research visit – http://stereopsis.com/flux/research.html

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Book Exchange

Love Books? Why should not we exchange our books.Nah, not for full time. Exchange books, read it, Return it. Simple and Nice Idea. Let me know if you want to exchange books with me. Here is my catalog.

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Struggling to find my rythm

Another day without incomplete goals. I guess I have to take an alternative to accomplish my daily goals like to jog, blog and to learn a new thing everyday. Things get bit un-organized if you come to home at 5 in the morning. Tired and exhausted, with body demanding some sleep it feels burden to go for a jog. But I guess I have to consider this again.