Your wallpaper is a reflection of your mood.

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And it affects your productivity. Sensory response, through vision, can invoke a sense of emotion. Like seeing an advertisement at the subway as we wait for our train to come, those L.E.D’s are silently doing their job of communicating an idea, a concept into our brain’s subconscious. One that would later be recalled as a moment of deja vu; later when we do come into contact with the advertised product, not being able to recall exactly where and how we came to associate the image of happiness with dishwashing liquid. It’s these similar tactics, that we employ every day —…...

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Nabeel Tahir Nabeel is a research analyst and CEO of Honeycomb, a private investment consultation business, which is based out of both the U.A.E. and Pakistan. Previous he worked in the academic research field at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, where he completed his research doctorate in Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism.