I feel the same way, it’s an awesome ride for me too! Klassic MK will always have a special place in our hearts, right?
This mostly white workspace with black and natural accents is refreshingly light and minimalist—without being boring.
There's a lot of personality in the little choices: the accent pillow and striped rug, and even the black and white planter. Posted on Lush X Lofts, this office exemplifies the clean and simple aesthetic of Scandinavian design.
If you have a workspace of your own to show off, share them with us by adding it to our Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Flickr pool. Make sure any photos you include are at least 640x360. Keeping them to 16:9 helps, too! Include a little text about the stuff you used, how you came up with the design, and any other relevant details. If your clever organization and good design sense catches our eye, you might be the next featured workspace.
Happy hump day! Hope it’s full of smoosh smoosh.
Antoine Dodson had some big news for Daniel on last night’s Tosh.0.
Click here to watch the 2nd Annual Redemption Reunion Spectacular, also featuring X12 and Badfinger.
No one likes waiting on line, especially when it seems like everyone else's line is moving faster. If you have to choose a direction—left or right—you might have better luck going to the left, where lines tend to be shorter.
I read this tip on several forums and guidebooks to surviving notoriously long lines at theme parks, including this Woman's Day article. The theory is that left lines tend to be shorter because the majority of people are right-handed and tend to unconsciously choose things on the right. We do that when choosing movie theater seats and when shopping.
Of course, other factors will play into how fast a line moves and how many people are on it, including how many items each person has (in a checkout line) and superstition, but, all other things being equal, try going against the grain and veer left instead of right.
Photo by Random Retail.