Recent bombardment of work left me tired and double visioned. Try as I might to concentrate, my attention started to drift, my eyelids felt increasingly heavy, and my fingers froze on keyboard. So to wake myself up, short of slapping myself in the face every few minutes, I resorted to listening to some of my favorite oldies while I read through thousands of pages of technical materials. If my head bobs, it’s definitely not because I’m sleeping in front of the computer. Here are my Top 5 Work Songs:
No. 1 on this list is Mayday’s “don’ts don’ts” (五月天-傷心的人別聽慢歌). Their catchy lyrics and fast beats improves motor reflexes, which in turn makes repetitive work less tedious.
Facial hair is not something Asian men are known for. Most of them look better clean shaven. Take Luhan for example. The director of Time Raiders probably lost his eyeglasses (or his mind?) when he decided that Luhan needed a mustache to look more mature. I can tell you it did not achieve its goal. Gasp!
But the upside is it inspired me to write about three Chinese actors who look 10x hotter with facial hair.
I never made a GIF and I desperately wanted to make one. So I googled for a way to do it and discovered that I already have the programs needed to create an animated GIF. How awesome is that! I’m so excited over it I decided to compile a little tutorial on creating animated GIF from video for other beginners like myself.
Good job, everyone! It only took an hour.
I don’t know what it is about these songs that makes me feel so heartbroken every time I listen to them. Even now, after hearing them gazillion times, I still get all chocked up. You know, the tingling tightness in your chest that is not caused by a heart burn.
Number one on my list is Terry Lin’s interpretation of “Fade Away” (林志炫 – 煙花易冷). Jay Chou may have wrote the song, but it takes a talent like Terry to give it life! Music starts at 0:18.
♪Some one told me you remained single.♪