What is Dropbox?
Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync, and, share files online. There’s no complicated interface to learn. Dropbox works seamlessly with your operating system and automatically makes sure your files are up-to-date. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Mobile app for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry.
How to register Dropbox
Sign up for Dropbox from THIS LINK and install the software on your computer when prompted. That will start you off with 2.25GB for free as opposed to the 2GB you would get from signing up normally, just for signing up from that link.
During the installation (after signing up from the link above) choose “I already have a Dropbox account” and enter the same information you entered during signup. Then, under “Select your Dropbox size” choose 2GB (free) and you will be credited the additional 0,25GB automatically immediately after installation!
Check out Dropbox Tour here
Get another 3GB of Free Dropbox Space
Right now, Dropbox is offering up to 3GB of free space to all users who test the new feature of automatic photo and video uploading. To take advantage of this great offer, all you have to do is download the latest beta version of the Dropbox desktop client for your operating system, and then use the auto-upload feature to upload pictures and movies to your Dropbox. For every 500 MB uploaded, Dropbox will grant you an additional 500 MB in storage space, up to 3GB!
One important note is that you don’t actually have to upload your photos and videos to Dropbox; All you have to do is make sure the files import to your desktop’s Dropbox folder. Once you hit 500 MB imported, you should receive a notification that your space has been increased. Get it here http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=57293&replies=15
Recently I found a game which quite interesting, with certain exercise you can actually improve memory and intelligence. This study published in PNAS. The exercise is called “Dual N-Back” and the game called “Brain Workshop“.
This games works for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Another puzzle for you to play with. Help this people cross the bridge.
Mirror 1 http://www.box.net/shared/w9n2isqw4k
Mirror 2 http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7840652/Puzzle/riverIQGame.zip
Please help the man in the boat to move the wolf, sheep and box of cabbage to the other side of the lake. Notice that: wolves eat sheep and sheep eat cabbages when no man around. Download: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7840652/Puzzle/Help%20The%20Man.zip
Please help the 3 cannibals and the 3 missionaries to move to the other side of the lake. Notice that: when there is on one side more cannibals than missionaries, they eat them. Download: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7840652/Puzzle/Missionaries.zip
Please help this family to cross to the other side of the bridge. Download: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7840652/Puzzle/Cross%20the%20Bridge.zip
Dr. Richard Duke at the University of Michigan used to begin each of his gaming/simulation courses with this exercise. While some students would solve the problem right away, others would struggle all semester. It had taken Dr. Duke well over a year himself, and he would always explain that the smarter you were, the longer it took to figure it out.
The game is quite simple. Only a basic understanding of math is required and an open and creative mind. The game can be used as an example of how different people look at the world differently, and how these different ways of looking can yield different answers. In “Petals Around the Rose” there is always one correct answer. The problem is how we define the problem.
There are less than 4000 people in the world who can escape this house.
There are 13 items hidden in this room in order to let you get out of this room.
If you found:
0-6 items, your IQ is very low, total idiot
6-8 items, Low IQ, u r an idiot
9-10 items, u r normal
11-12 items, your IQ is high, above the average.
13 items found and get out of the room, there are less than 4000 people in the world can do it.