May 13, 2007

Thanks to Jon Kendall for this ESP test, sent to me after he had viewed the The Colour Changing Card Trick. Its better if anything, largely because of the various suggested explanations.

Any more for the collection?

PS: I am also testing ECTO as a posting tool thanks to a suggestion from Shawn who has recently joined the company of those who use real computers. So far I am finding that it improves productivity, but with some irritations: you have to select a word to spell check it, if you load a picture too big for your site there is no error message, I can’t find the U-Tube link. None of these are major and I will probably buy it at the end of the trial. Any other experiences out there?

[posted with ecto]

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