Friday, October 5, 2012

Power Napping with the Ostrich Pillow

There’s a pillow with a name that has been inspired by the way ostriches bury their heads in the sand. Ali Ganjavian dreamt up the Ostrich Pillow, a cross between a luxury pillow and a balaclava which wearers can rest their head and hands inside.

Ostrich pillow‘s unique design offers a micro environment in which to take a cosy and comfortable power nap at ease. Ostrich pillow has been designed to allow you to create a little private space within a public one, to relax and unwind. Its soothing soft interior shelters and isolates your head and hands (mind and body) for a short break, without needing to leave your desk, chair, bench or wherever you may be.

For those of us who need to catch forty winks, this cool product helps users power nap anywhere and everywhere!

On Wednesday, I made the long journey into the city Federal Hotel in Jalan Bukit Bintang to be precise to attend the ITC Bintang Toastmasters meeting. It was an enjoyable meeting because the Toastmaster-of-the-Evening, the Table Topics Master, the speakers and evaluators were all on a roll. In the "Sharing" session, I was even requested to repeat my "humorous" contest speech because the Vice President Education reckoned that it had speech value and that his members should seriously listen to it and they will learn something invaluable. Oh yeah, I also made the acquaintance of Chisato Tomimura, a Toastmaster from Indonesia's Magical Bali Toastmasters Club. Anyway, I "like" the meeting and it certainly merits a score of an 8 out of a 10. 

Liverpool dominated the first half of the Europa League game against Udinese yesterday and even snatched the lead thanks to a thumping header by Jonjo Shelvey (23). But the Italians came roaring back after the interval, with Antonio Di Natale scoring 32 seconds after the restart. Then an own goal by Sebastian Coates (70) and a low strike by Giovanni Pasquale (72) sealed the game for Udinese and Luis Suarez sublime free-kick in the 75th minute was nothing but a consolation.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said his players were “lazy” when he described his team’s 2-3 loss to Udinese.

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