Managing your activities
Most users on this site are probably obsessed with solving their cubes.. Although with school starting, a lot of us need to start solving problems as well.
When someone's addicted to an activity, it can be hard to manage your time successfully. I posted this thread...
I introduce myself- I'm Oscar, I'm 17 and I live in this awesome country (Poland ofc) where a speedcubing is on high level(I think). I solve Rubik's Cube from last summer holidays (July), but I'm interesting in speed solving from New Year (2013). So, my english sucks, I know :D I like...
At first glance, this doesn't seem like it has anything to do with cubing, but as you read further, you can see the link to cubing.
In a nutshell, this article says that by merely 'thinking' about an activity (such as...
Okay, to start off, I am a brand new cuber (1 maybe 2 months). I just got a V Cube 7 and i can't solve (I am TERRIBLE). So i just want some advise on wether or not i should look up how to solve it.
P.S. I already have a 3x3 and a 2x2
About a year ago, I used to juggle on the streets for money, and after a while I decided to solve a cube while doing it to get some extra spectators. After I lost two of my balls (You wouldn't want to hear that in any other context) and I got a real job, I kind of stopped doing it.
I race myself in a cube solve. The cube is a dayan guhong, and the solves itself kinda sucked, because i mess up in front of a camera. The effect I used was pretty simple, I just got the two videos, layered them, then masked out myself in the second one.
here it is, please comment:
***EMBEDDING: I'm not sure how to get the chat embedded here. If I can't get it to work, just click the link above.***
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I noticed sometimes people announce that they're quitting or taking a break or are back or intend to change or something like that. Last time I said I might create a common thread for that, so here it is. Please no hate if someone posts his own thread instead of in here, this thread is just an...
PDF Version of this Guide - March 23, 2013
Welcome! This thread will be a guide to help you get faster at solving the Rubik’s Cube using the popular Fridrich/CFOP method. Please read this thread and do some forum searching prior to asking questions about becoming faster.
First off, the...