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New York City travel guide. New York City hardly requires any introduction– people in even the most remote corners of the world have heard of this dynamic city, and most travelers — regardless of their budget — aspire to pass through this so-called “crossroads of the world” at some point.

New York City travel guide

But there’s the New York City of TV and movie fame and the New York City of guidebooks. Both are different from the New York of New Yorkers. Press play to listen, or click here to open in iTunes. [display_podcast] New York City means different things to different people– maybe that’s why it has so many nicknames. Before it was given the name it carries today, New York City was known as New Amsterdam, a nod of recognition to the city’s Dutch founders. Layout Located in the southern part of New York State, New York City is not the capital of New York, though those of us who live here think our city is the center not just of the state, but of the world! New York can seem utterly overwhelming to first-time visitors. Fact box Accommodation. The Movie Cliches List, part 2. Movie elevators are always ready at that floor.

The Movie Cliches List, part 2

But if the hero/heroine is being chased, elevator won't come. If hero OR villian takes an elevator, villain OR hero can beat it by taking stairs, even if the trip is 20 floors. Most elevator shafts and wires are clean and dust/grease free, and there's plenty of light so that the hero neither gets dirty nor needs a flashlight or some other equipment to see (Speed). When one character is pursuing another (good guy after bad or vice versa) and they reach the elevator just before it closes, they never stick their hand in the door so it will automatically open back up, nor do they press the call button to get the door to open.

Thunder and lightning always happen at the same time. Incriminating evidence can be found either as photograph number four in a stack, or in the next to bottom drawer. If a character uses martial arts rather than a weapon, his opponents will always face him one-to-one. Pastries are always in plain pink boxes. Créez votre thème Wordpress de A à Z. Update du 5 Octobre 2011: les tutoriels ont beau datés de 2007, ils sont en cours de modifications pour y ajouter les fonctionnalités des dernières versions de WordPress.

Créez votre thème Wordpress de A à Z

Quoi qu’il en soit, ils sont toujours d’actualité et ont été mis à jour plusieurs fois. Peut-être que vous aimeriez créer votre propre thème pour votre blog et que vous ne savez pas trop comment vous y prendre ? Et bien, dans les semaines qui vont venir, je vais vous expliquer les différentes étapes à suivre, pas à pas, pour que n’importe qui (ou presque) puisse créer son propre thème. On va voir l’installation de WordPress sur votre ordinateur, les différents types de fichiers, leurs hiérarchies, et les interactions entre eux. On va ensuite apprendre à créer un thème relativement simple avec Photoshop et comment l’intégrer dans les différents fichiers. Quoi qu’il en soit, quelques petits prérequis seront nécessaires. . « Stay tuned! 60 Web Tools for Writers. Here is a collection of 60 web tools every writer should try. These tools will help you find an idea, take better notes, develop your characters, network with other authors, and promote your writings.

Click on the name and find out for yourself how easy it is to improve your writing and yourself. Get an idea: wridea – Idea management and brainstorming utility. Imagination prompt – Get ideas to write about. Inspirational quotes Plot generator Theme generator Automatic Story Generator – Get a simple idea of what to write about. The Story Starter – Generates the first line to begin a story. Take notes: Web notes – post it notes. ubernote – Online web notes. place links, pictures, etc. Ever note – Highlight text and images from web page and send it to a note. Character development: Character map (.pdf) Character Questionaire – Questions to help develop your characters. Character name generator Writing resources: Grammar guides – The University of Chicago Writing Program links for better grammar.