z-co:

one of my coworkers got a call (i work in a call center/tech support) from a customer that was really scared because supposedly the mafia was hacking her computer and they were stalking her…when finally my coworker took remote control of the computer he couldn’t stop laughing because

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tintenherz:

mirroir:

 

soulslookingforhome:

blingblingpuppysaur:

gayest-person-you-know:

I’m confused,could someone please explain what the letters stand for?

Those letters all stand for something and pretty much sums up a whole personality, to put it in simple terms. You can read profiles about the different types here, and you can take the test here^^

INFJ IS SO FUCKING TINY WTF

What about INTJs, we might as well be unicorns. .  

(via icedlemontea)

I started watching Glasslip

what thefuck isgoing on

what visions

why is this guy exhibiting stalker tendencies


ベッド下派です

ベッド下派です

ベッド下派です

ベッド下派です
hypetrainofthought:

hannah-ler:

aeromachia:

drashka:

what
the fuck
is this amazing thing
mathematicbeauty:

Storybook 
This is a neat little program that all you writers out there should take a look at.
I’ve only used it a little bit myself, but I can see how helpful it can be in writing a story. It provides a place for you to write down your characters, all your plot points, your chapters, settings, story lines, and any other ideas you come up with while writing, amongst other things. I don’t think I can really explain it best so I’ll leave it to the website to explain its features:

Storybook comes with 4 views:
The Chronological View shows the scenes sorted by date. Each strand has it’s own column.
The Manage Chapters and Scenes viewshows all chapters and their assigned scenes. Scenes can be moved and renumbered by Drag-and-Drop.
The Book View shows all chapters and their assigned scenes sorted by chapter and scene numbers, as you would read it in the final book.
The Reading View (a mode of the Book View) shows the text as in a final book. Strands can be shown or hidden.
Storybook helps you to keep the overview, especially helpful for complex stories with two or more plot-lines (strands). Imagine it as a kind of a interactive, dynamic mind map.
Strands (Plot-Lines): Each scene belongs to a primary strand. Optionally, other related secondary-strands can be linked to a scene.
Characters: Add, edit or remove characters and assign them to scenes. A character’s gender can be male or female, or you can add your own genders, too.
Locations: Add, edit or remove locations and assign them to scenes.
Tags and items: Tags and items can be assigned to scenes, locations and characters. The time frame can be defined by setting a start scene and end scene. A table overview shows all assigned objects.
Chapters: Define your chapters and assign scenes to them.
Parts: Large projects can be split into well-arranged parts.
Object Tree: A hierarchic tree shows all characters, locations, tags and items as well as chapters and their assigned scenes. Below the tree all important information about the selected object is shown. If scenes are missing or exist twice, a warning informs you.
Global Ideas: While writing authors have all kind of ideas that come up suddenly. No more Post-it needed! With the “Global Ideas” feature, you can save your ideas anytime and assign them to the levels “Not started”, “Started”, “Completed” and “Abandoned”.
Adjustable view: All views can be re-sized to fit to screen or to get a better overview. Even more working space is available if you hide the information panel with a simple click on the tool bar.
Task List and Navigation: The task list shows all scenes with a status other than “done”. With the “Go to date” respectively “Go to chapter” navigation you can easily jump to the desired date or chapter-number.
Spell Check: Your text can be checked for spelling. New words can be added to your personal user directory.

Visit the website and check it out!


aaah cool! I use Scrivener for bloody everything but this looks like it has a few interesting features too.

SASSYLORAX THIS MAY INTEREST YOU.

KELL LOOK
hypetrainofthought:

hannah-ler:

aeromachia:

drashka:

what
the fuck
is this amazing thing
mathematicbeauty:

Storybook 
This is a neat little program that all you writers out there should take a look at.
I’ve only used it a little bit myself, but I can see how helpful it can be in writing a story. It provides a place for you to write down your characters, all your plot points, your chapters, settings, story lines, and any other ideas you come up with while writing, amongst other things. I don’t think I can really explain it best so I’ll leave it to the website to explain its features:

Storybook comes with 4 views:
The Chronological View shows the scenes sorted by date. Each strand has it’s own column.
The Manage Chapters and Scenes viewshows all chapters and their assigned scenes. Scenes can be moved and renumbered by Drag-and-Drop.
The Book View shows all chapters and their assigned scenes sorted by chapter and scene numbers, as you would read it in the final book.
The Reading View (a mode of the Book View) shows the text as in a final book. Strands can be shown or hidden.
Storybook helps you to keep the overview, especially helpful for complex stories with two or more plot-lines (strands). Imagine it as a kind of a interactive, dynamic mind map.
Strands (Plot-Lines): Each scene belongs to a primary strand. Optionally, other related secondary-strands can be linked to a scene.
Characters: Add, edit or remove characters and assign them to scenes. A character’s gender can be male or female, or you can add your own genders, too.
Locations: Add, edit or remove locations and assign them to scenes.
Tags and items: Tags and items can be assigned to scenes, locations and characters. The time frame can be defined by setting a start scene and end scene. A table overview shows all assigned objects.
Chapters: Define your chapters and assign scenes to them.
Parts: Large projects can be split into well-arranged parts.
Object Tree: A hierarchic tree shows all characters, locations, tags and items as well as chapters and their assigned scenes. Below the tree all important information about the selected object is shown. If scenes are missing or exist twice, a warning informs you.
Global Ideas: While writing authors have all kind of ideas that come up suddenly. No more Post-it needed! With the “Global Ideas” feature, you can save your ideas anytime and assign them to the levels “Not started”, “Started”, “Completed” and “Abandoned”.
Adjustable view: All views can be re-sized to fit to screen or to get a better overview. Even more working space is available if you hide the information panel with a simple click on the tool bar.
Task List and Navigation: The task list shows all scenes with a status other than “done”. With the “Go to date” respectively “Go to chapter” navigation you can easily jump to the desired date or chapter-number.
Spell Check: Your text can be checked for spelling. New words can be added to your personal user directory.

Visit the website and check it out!


aaah cool! I use Scrivener for bloody everything but this looks like it has a few interesting features too.

SASSYLORAX THIS MAY INTEREST YOU.

KELL LOOK
hypetrainofthought:

hannah-ler:

aeromachia:

drashka:

what
the fuck
is this amazing thing
mathematicbeauty:

Storybook 
This is a neat little program that all you writers out there should take a look at.
I’ve only used it a little bit myself, but I can see how helpful it can be in writing a story. It provides a place for you to write down your characters, all your plot points, your chapters, settings, story lines, and any other ideas you come up with while writing, amongst other things. I don’t think I can really explain it best so I’ll leave it to the website to explain its features:

Storybook comes with 4 views:
The Chronological View shows the scenes sorted by date. Each strand has it’s own column.
The Manage Chapters and Scenes viewshows all chapters and their assigned scenes. Scenes can be moved and renumbered by Drag-and-Drop.
The Book View shows all chapters and their assigned scenes sorted by chapter and scene numbers, as you would read it in the final book.
The Reading View (a mode of the Book View) shows the text as in a final book. Strands can be shown or hidden.
Storybook helps you to keep the overview, especially helpful for complex stories with two or more plot-lines (strands). Imagine it as a kind of a interactive, dynamic mind map.
Strands (Plot-Lines): Each scene belongs to a primary strand. Optionally, other related secondary-strands can be linked to a scene.
Characters: Add, edit or remove characters and assign them to scenes. A character’s gender can be male or female, or you can add your own genders, too.
Locations: Add, edit or remove locations and assign them to scenes.
Tags and items: Tags and items can be assigned to scenes, locations and characters. The time frame can be defined by setting a start scene and end scene. A table overview shows all assigned objects.
Chapters: Define your chapters and assign scenes to them.
Parts: Large projects can be split into well-arranged parts.
Object Tree: A hierarchic tree shows all characters, locations, tags and items as well as chapters and their assigned scenes. Below the tree all important information about the selected object is shown. If scenes are missing or exist twice, a warning informs you.
Global Ideas: While writing authors have all kind of ideas that come up suddenly. No more Post-it needed! With the “Global Ideas” feature, you can save your ideas anytime and assign them to the levels “Not started”, “Started”, “Completed” and “Abandoned”.
Adjustable view: All views can be re-sized to fit to screen or to get a better overview. Even more working space is available if you hide the information panel with a simple click on the tool bar.
Task List and Navigation: The task list shows all scenes with a status other than “done”. With the “Go to date” respectively “Go to chapter” navigation you can easily jump to the desired date or chapter-number.
Spell Check: Your text can be checked for spelling. New words can be added to your personal user directory.

Visit the website and check it out!


aaah cool! I use Scrivener for bloody everything but this looks like it has a few interesting features too.

SASSYLORAX THIS MAY INTEREST YOU.

KELL LOOK

hypetrainofthought:

hannah-ler:

aeromachia:

drashka:

what

the fuck

is this amazing thing

mathematicbeauty:

Storybook

This is a neat little program that all you writers out there should take a look at.

I’ve only used it a little bit myself, but I can see how helpful it can be in writing a story. It provides a place for you to write down your characters, all your plot points, your chapters, settings, story lines, and any other ideas you come up with while writing, amongst other things. I don’t think I can really explain it best so I’ll leave it to the website to explain its features:

Storybook comes with 4 views:

  • The Chronological View shows the scenes sorted by date. Each strand has it’s own column.
  • The Manage Chapters and Scenes viewshows all chapters and their assigned scenes. Scenes can be moved and renumbered by Drag-and-Drop.
  • The Book View shows all chapters and their assigned scenes sorted by chapter and scene numbers, as you would read it in the final book.
  • The Reading View (a mode of the Book View) shows the text as in a final book. Strands can be shown or hidden.

Storybook helps you to keep the overview, especially helpful for complex stories with two or more plot-lines (strands). Imagine it as a kind of a interactive, dynamic mind map.

  • Strands (Plot-Lines): Each scene belongs to a primary strand. Optionally, other related secondary-strands can be linked to a scene.
  • Characters: Add, edit or remove characters and assign them to scenes. A character’s gender can be male or female, or you can add your own genders, too.
  • Locations: Add, edit or remove locations and assign them to scenes.
  • Tags and items: Tags and items can be assigned to scenes, locations and characters. The time frame can be defined by setting a start scene and end scene. A table overview shows all assigned objects.
  • Chapters: Define your chapters and assign scenes to them.
  • Parts: Large projects can be split into well-arranged parts.
  • Object Tree: A hierarchic tree shows all characters, locations, tags and items as well as chapters and their assigned scenes. Below the tree all important information about the selected object is shown. If scenes are missing or exist twice, a warning informs you.
  • Global Ideas: While writing authors have all kind of ideas that come up suddenly. No more Post-it needed! With the “Global Ideas” feature, you can save your ideas anytime and assign them to the levels “Not started”, “Started”, “Completed” and “Abandoned”.
  • Adjustable view: All views can be re-sized to fit to screen or to get a better overview. Even more working space is available if you hide the information panel with a simple click on the tool bar.
  • Task List and Navigation: The task list shows all scenes with a status other than “done”. With the “Go to date” respectively “Go to chapter” navigation you can easily jump to the desired date or chapter-number.
  • Spell Check: Your text can be checked for spelling. New words can be added to your personal user directory.

Visit the website and check it out!

aaah cool! I use Scrivener for bloody everything but this looks like it has a few interesting features too.

SASSYLORAX THIS MAY INTEREST YOU.

KELL LOOK

(via betinetine)

owlmylove:

whenever i’m sad i like to imagine what possible crime Steve Irwin’s ancestor committed to warrant him being sent to Australia like some Victorian gentleman escorting a lady to the zoo past the crocodile enclosure and going “do you see that great wyrm sunning itself there? quite a striking creature, is it not? I do believe I shall engage it in fisticuffs.” 

(via theshadowsquirrel)

I was meant to be asleep like 2 hours ago 

Being angry over this ace thing kept me up…

I’m asexual. ._.

I need to be able to interact regularly for that to work, which would be difficult if there’s no solid ground to start off first. I can’t expect to run my mouth off at you just because I want to u_u

could I have an ace friend I could aggressively

occcassionally

just

grouse over things with

but you have to be really patient with all the questions or random shit I toss at you

I’m just really angry

I asked that of my friend and he said it’s disappointing

there are other opinions and views of his that I also don’t agree with but also great company

I’ll see how it goes, but I am also well aware if there is any consideration for a more serious commitment, it’s more likely to not last