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The Universal Mary Sue Litmus Test Stuck with a case of massive writer's block? Has your muse gone on indefinite hiatus? Or are you just bored? Check out the random generators - with a click of a button, you can create characters, names, settings, items, and more for your creative works! The Universal Mary Sue Litmus Test How to use this test: First, if you're unsure of what a Mary Sue is, please read this page. Answer all questions for which the answer is 'yes' or 'technically yes' unless the item mentioned is commonplace in the universe you are writing for. If your character is a role-playing character and the only reason you can answer 'yes' is because of other players acting of their own free wills (IE, everyone has their characters throwing themselves at your character's feet and you've done nothing to force this) do not answer yes to the corresponding question. Also, this test is divided into five sections to help prevent confusion and speed up the testing process:

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Alex King Explores The Next Generation in Blogs « Lorelle on Wor Alex King has rebuilt his blog and started an extensive series about the process and the discoveries he made about the redesign and “new thinking” about how blogs work and how users use blogs. In the first article on this ongoing series, King covers an overview of the changes he’s made to the site. The series so far includes: Future posts include using various WordPress Plugins, as well as updated versions, details on the new site, site maintenance simplified, benefits of CMS, and monetization options, along with a few other goodies. I have learned a lot from the lessons King shares with us, so get your blogging buns over there and check it out for yourself. Related Articles Site Search Tags: alex king, how to blog, blogging tips, building a blog, blog design, website design, web design Copyright Lorelle VanFossen, member of the 9Rules Network Reach out and touch someone social: Like this: Like Loading...

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Virtual Pickett N909-ES SIMPLEX TRIG RULE Simulated Pickett N909-ES Slide Rule [Instruction Sheet (jpg)][Explanation][Gallery Index][back to AntiQuark] [Copyright © 2005 Derek Ross] Deadpool Character Chart for Fiction Writers - EpiGuide.com If you're a fiction writer -- whether you're working on a novel, short story, screenplay, television series, play, web series, webserial, or blog-based fiction -- your characters should come alive for your reader or audience. The highly detailed chart below will help writers develop fictional characters who are believable, captivating, and unique. Print this page to complete the form for each main character you create. IMPORTANT: Note that all fields are optional and should be used simply as a guide; character charts should inspire you to think about your character in new ways, rather than constrain your writing. If this character chart is helpful, please let us know! Looking for more character questionnaires / charts?

Collaborative Map-Reduce in the Browser By Ilya Grigorik on March 03, 2009 After immersing yourself into the field of distributed computing and large data sets you inevitably come to appreciate the elegance of Google's Map-Reduce framework. Both the generality and the simplicity of its map, emit, and reduce phases is what makes it such a powerful tool. However, while Google has made the theory public, the underlying software implementation remains closed source and is arguably one of their biggest competitive advantages (GFS, BigTable, etc). Of course, there is a multitude of the open source variants (Apache Hadoop, Disco, Skynet, amongst many others), but one can't help but to notice the disconnect between the elegance and simplicity of the theory and the painful implementation: custom protocols, custom servers, file systems, redundancy, and the list goes on! Which begs the question, how do we lower the barrier? Massively Collaborative Computation Client-Side Computation in the Browser Simple Job-Server in Ruby That's it.

Photography and Urban Exploration. Cologne, Germany, Europe and Elsewhere - District Noir Hair Color Chart - Shades of Blonde, Brunette, Red & Black Colors For anyone looking to enhance their hair color or change it entirely, a hair color chart is definitely a useful tool for determining which one of the many shades to choose. There are four main hair colors: blonde, brunette, red, and black and these colors can be changed slightly in tone to create a different appearance. For example blonde color can be combined with cooler tones to produce a hair color like ash blonde or champagne. This process can be applied to all shades for a wide selection of hair color choices to match anyone’s personal preference. A hair color chart shows tones from blonde to black and makes it easier to find a color in a particular range and its possible appearance on hair strands. L’Oreal Feria’s Hair Color Chart The L’Oreal Feria line shows how bright and rich hair color can be and two of the best looking colors in the product line are sunflower blonde which has a warm tone great for summer and crushed garnet which has a cooler tone.

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