Showing posts from October 15, 2011

KISS - Keep it Simple Stupid! (The Complexity of Simplicity)

When I was in school I remember my mom telling me to clear up my table which was always cluttered. Arrange your books, toys etc. It would be easy to search. Very simple straight forward thinking!

Imagine the plight when you cannot find what you want – it is physically and mentally exhausting. Where is it? Where else can it be? It is not surprising that someone has theorised that that clutter is actually emotionally exhausting too. As humans are constantly scanning their environment, the more the clutter the more the physical and mental power needed to process.
In the present day world how I wish everyone followed mom’s thinking. It’s greed. What the &%*$?  Humans want more and more. Be it money, be it food, be it gadgets or be it anything. And this thought has percolated into all parts of life. From the simple water tap to the technologically superior television. I have had instances where we had TVs with 200 channels but we do not use more than 30. I look at the TV remote and w…