What were you thinking at 10.04pm? | Life and style | The Guardian
What were you thinking at 10.04pm? This is the precise moment we are at our most creative, according to a new survey.
I didn’t think anything particularly creative at 22:04. After entering data for our new web site (((launching next Monday, October 27th))) for much of the day, I watched Rififi and then read The Quiet Girl, by Peter Hoeg who also wrote Smilla’s Sense of Snow. I listened to Janos Starker’s recording of the Bach Suites for Solo Cello while reading, since the protagonist is a violinist who mentions J.S.Bach many times.