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The rings are massive with plenty of, yes, bling. The Miami Heat were presented their Championship rings prior to tipping off the season against the Boston Celtics. The Rings are 14-karat yellow gold and have 219 diamonds, totaling 10.8 carats each. It weighs over 114-grams, so heavy in fact, if you wear it, you would indeed walk with a limp. The Championship jewelry is designed by Minnesota-based design leader Jostens, with 115 year tradition of making championship jewelry and hardware.

The rings are massive with plenty of, yes, bling. The Miami Heat were presented their Championship rings prior to tipping off the season against the Boston Celtics. The Rings are 14-karat yellow gold and have 219 diamonds, totaling 10.8 carats each. It weighs over 114-grams, so heavy in fact, if you wear it, you would indeed walk with a limp. The Championship jewelry is designed by Minnesota-based design leader Jostens, with 115 year tradition of making championship jewelry and hardware.

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Study of the Day: Why Crowded Coffee Shops Actually Help Creative Thinking

The next time you’re stumped on a creative challenge, head to a bustling coffee shop, not the library. As the researchers write in their paper, “[I]nstead of burying oneself in a quiet room trying to figure out a solution, walking out of one’s comfort zone and getting into a relatively noisy environment may trigger the brain to think abstractly, and thus generate creative ideas.”
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Why we work out of coffee shops.


Why Crowded Coffee Shops Actually Help Creative Thinking, says recent study.

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theatlantic:

Study of the Day: Why Crowded Coffee Shops Actually Help Creative Thinking

The next time you’re stumped on a creative challenge, head to a bustling coffee shop, not the library. As the researchers write in their paper, “[I]nstead of burying oneself in a quiet room trying to figure out a solution, walking out of one’s comfort zone and getting into a relatively noisy environment may trigger the brain to think abstractly, and thus generate creative ideas.”

Read more. [Image: Global X/Flickr]

Why we work out of coffee shops.

Why Crowded Coffee Shops Actually Help Creative Thinking, says recent study.

(via thedailyfeed)

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