College Paper How to write a paper in college/university: 1. Sit in a straight, comfortable chair in a well lit place in front of your computer. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. course, the college, the world at large. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 5am - start hacking on the paper without stopping. 6am -paper is finished. 38. 39.
Planting A Pineapple Did y’all know that you can take this and turn it into… This? And that this will eventually produce… This? Yes, I’m talking about turning your average, ordinary grocery store pineapple into a tropical showpiece within your home. Planting a Pineapple 1. 2. 3. In 24 months (sounds better than two years) it will look like this. You will have an actual, large, utterly delicious pineapple in 24-36 months. The thought of growing my own pineapple always makes me smile and giggle just a little bit. Now what am I supposed to do with all of this leftover pineapple? I see something sweet coming soon. While you’re waiting for me to make something yummy with the leftovers, go ahead and plant a pineapple. Be adventurous plant a pineapple. Hugs, Tickled Red *Please bear in mind that I am not a hortoculturist. Tagged as: Gardening, Pineapple, Tropical Fruit
How Secure Is My Password? The Beauty Of Urban Decay: 50 Mindblowing Photography The branch of photography that particularly deals with the capturing shots of abandoned and desolate buildings which are normally not taken care of is called Urban Decay Photography. This particular field of photography is gaining huge popularity as it brings the beauty of the more abandoned buildings to the surface. Let’s have a look at this amazing compilation of 50 extraordinary shots of urban decay emphasizing their smashed and destroyed look. Enjoy! Broadway End of Transmission Sant Pere de Rodes Raincatcher The doctor will see you now Beams – Beelitz-Heilstätten Lonely beams Urban Decay [~01~] Walls of Wine Beautiful Decay Close Cover The Mothership Terres Rouges Down the well If my heart had windows Decay the door There’s nothing on the box tonight love West Park – Still Life 2 Urban Decay Feel like bathin Urban Decay2 Opel Olympia State of Mind Growing In In the abandoned room – Nella Stanza abbandonata Tyersall House Decisions Aura Stairs Even the wicked must rest Urban Decay5 Dusk on Istana Woodneuk Strike
15 Books You Should Have Read in 2010 - Culture Image by Jane Mount, Courtesy 20x200 Yes, we read Freedom this year and yes, it was good. As Esquire put it, it “was one great slab of a book, at a time when most books have given up on greatness.” But there were other books in 2010, books that had to compete for our ever more challenged attention spans and won. So we asked a few members of the GOOD team & some of our good colleagues which book made their best list this past year. (And since discovering something you might have missed is one of the great pleasures of reading, no selections were disqualified for having been published prior to 2010). 1. Author: Stephen King Recommended by: Ben Jervey, Environment Editor Why read? 2. Author: George R.R. Recommended by: Morgan Clendaniel, Deputy Editor, GOOD Why read? 3. Author: Jan Gehl Recommended by: Alissa Walker, Contributing Editor, GOOD Why read? 4. Author: Tom Rachman Recommended by: Zach Frechette, Editor in Chief, GOOD Why read? 5. Author: Walter Van Tillburg Clark Why Read? 6. Why read?
This is what Chicken McNuggets look like -- Seriously! This photo below has been extensively passed around the web today, and for good reason: it's a peak into the rarely-seen world of mechanically separated meat, or Advanced Meat Recovery (AMR). Fooducate writes: Folks, this is mechanically separated chicken, an invention of the late 20th century. Someone figured out in the 1960's that meat processors can eek out a few more percent of profit from chickens, turkeys, pigs, and cows by scraping the bones 100% clean of meat. This is done by machines, not humans, by passing bones leftover after the initial cutting through a high pressure sieve. Once the "chicken" has been processed, it has to be soaked in ammonia (to kill all the bacteria), then flavoring has to be added (because otherwise it tastes like s**t), and it has to be dyed, because people would freak out if their McNuggets were cremed-strawberry colored (the color of flesh and blood). And then you feed it to small children.
Dancing at a party Keyboard Shortcuts for special characters This page will show users (of the Windows or Macintosh OS X operating systems), having a western european “standard” keyboard (showing the latin alphabet), how to generate other characters they might not see on the keyboard. For example a US keyboard will not show accented letters as used in French. A French keyboard will show accented letters common in French, but not accented letters used in Spanish. And so on… You can read the instructions below, or skip directly to the chart. Special characters on Macintosh (Apple keyboards) On MacOS, the option key functions as a modifier key like the shift key. Special characters on Windows (PC keyboards) On Windows, the Alt key functions as a modifier like the Shift key. Software to help you find special characters Macintosh OS x On Macintosh OS X, you can use the operating system’s character palette to find special characters. See Apple support document Enter special characters and symbols. Windows Third-party software How to use this chart