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Welcome to the Euicho.com TiddlyWiki! What is a TiddlyWiki? Oh you poor soul, where have you been? Kidding. Just read the IntroToTiddlyWiki to get the skinny. (^_^). So why *is* there an Euicho.com TiddlyWiki? Because everybody needs a TiddlyWiki! This [[wiki]] houses all sorts of tidbits of information, source code, hacks, photography tips, and deffinitions of random terms. Its the go-to place for anything that doesn't warrant it's own post on the blog, as well as anything any of you have to say or want to elaborate on. Use it however it best suites you, the readers, but you must remember to *always* have fun. Now go off, and start CreatingTiddlers, see the HelpTopics, explore the tiddlers linked to in the lefthand menu or //All// tab to the right. You can also test your formatting in the SandBox, or hit up the TaggingWall.
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A TiddlyWiki is like a blog because it's divided up into neat little chunks, but it encourages you to read it by hyperlinking rather than sequentially: if you like, a non-linear blog analogue that binds the individual MicroContent items into a cohesive whole. I think that TiddlyWiki represents a novel medium for writing, and will promote its own distinctive WritingStyle. This TiddlyWiki is actually an enhancement of the original TiddlyWiki, called PhpTiddlyWiki. It extends the functionality to save [[tiddlers]] on this server so anyone can edit it, like a regular wiki.
This is a tiddler! This little box you're reading. Isn't it cute? Make your own by creating a camelCase word in another tiddler, or by clicking the "new tiddler" link to the right, and changing its name to a camelCase word.
CamelCase means putting two or more words together that have Capitalized first letters. Ex: Camel + Case = CamelCase. Its the format used for wikiwords. See WikiWord for its usage.
PhpTiddlyWiki is basically a TiddlyWiki with the ability to save your changes to your webserver. That's it! It uses [[PHP]] and MySQL to do it.
A database format used frequently in website design.
http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_intro.asp http://us2.php.net/tut.php http://www.freewebmasterhelp.com/tutorials/php *A PHP scripting block always starts with {{{<?php}}} and ends with {{{?>}}} *To print text: {{{<?php echo "Hello World"; ?>}}} *Uses java commenting *All variables in PHP start with a {{{$}}} sign symbol. Variables may contain strings, numbers, or arrays. **{{{<?php $txt="Hello World"; echo $txt; ?>}}} *To concatenate two or more variables together, use the dot {{{.}}} operator: **{{{<?php $txt1="Hello World"; $txt2="1234"; echo $txt1 . " " . $txt2 ; ?>}}} *Operators {{{++,--,==,!=,&&,||,!}}} *If...Else statements: {{{<?php}}} {{{$d=date("D");}}} {{{if ($d=="Fri")}}} {{{ echo "Have a nice weekend!"; }}} {{{else}}} {{{ echo "Have a nice day!"; }}} {{{?>}}} http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_arrays.asp
Method 1. Turn off the undecorated models check for ~AMD64. To turn off the undecorated models check for ~AMD64-based systems only, create the following non-zero numeric registry value:javascript:; done ~HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionSetup: ~REG_DWORD: ~DisableDecoratedModelsRequirement This will turn off the check for decorated x64 ~INFs file so no need to keep editing these files ok now im going to walk you though the process just incase you cant understand Microsoft's techno talk 1 click start 2 open run 3 type @@color(maroon):regedit @@ 4 open @@color(maroon):Hkey local machines @@ 5 open @@color(maroon):Software @@ 6 open @@color(maroon):Microsoft @@ 7 open @@color(maroon):Windows @@ 8 open @@color(maroon):~CurrentVersion@@ 9 open @@color(maroon):Setup @@ 10 right click (you should have NEW) select DWORD value 11 name this new one @@color(maroon):~DisableDecoratedModelsRequirement@@ 12 right click on this and select Modify 13 give it a Data value of @@color(maroon):1 @@ 14 close regedit wow all done no more not installing driver problems hope this can help if the modified inf above does not work but remember this is a workaround and not as good as fixing the INF in the first place It can removed simply by deleteing this key from the reg Regards ~BlueDragon
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To make quoted bits of text stand out, you can use BlockQuotes within your [[tiddler]]s, like this: Jeremy Ruston said: <<< A TiddlyWiki is like a blog because it's divided up into neat little chunks, but it encourages you to read it by hyperlinking rather than sequentially: if you like, a non-linear blog analogue that binds the individual microcontent items into a cohesive whole. <<< Like BulletPoints and NumberedBulletPoints, you can have three different levels of BlockQuotes. Just edit this tiddler to see how it's done. >level 1 >level 1 >>level 2 >>level 2 >>>level 3 >>>level 3 >>level 2 >level 1
Create Bullet Points by preceding the line with a {{{*}}}
use 3 '{'s before the code, and 3 '}'s after it, to keep it from being parsed by the TiddlyWiki. example: {{{ Code goes here. }}} Or put 3 '{'s on one line, then the code below it, then 3 '}'s on the following line, to make a code block. example: {{{ Code goes here. }}}
Science fiction is a broad genre of fiction that often takes place in the future and usually involves speculations based on current science. It is commonly abbreviated as SF or sci-fi. Science fiction is found in books, art, television, movies, games, theater, and other media.
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Doody just might put his random thoughts and such here. Thanks for giving us the permission Euicho! [[Ann Lee - Two Times|http://yakz1337.free.fr/Mp3/News%20!/Ann%20Lee%20-%20Two%20times.mp3]] [[RCA Little Digicorder|http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-camcorders/rca-ez201-small-wonder/4505-6500_7-32445372.html?tag=prod.txt.4]] ---- http://www.flickr.com/photos/euicho/1717687433/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/euicho/1718538086/
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Zines: blacklisted 411 binary revolution make 2600 Radical Ruture (Port7alliance.com) Infiltration adbusters.org
Hellboy Series: Hellboy: Seed of Destruction Hellboy: Wake the Devil Hellboy: The Chained Coffin and Others Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom Hellboy: Conqueror Worm Hellboy: Strange Places B.P.R.D.: Hollow Earth and Other Stories B.P.R.D.: The Soul of Venice and Other Stories B.P.R.D.: Plague of Frogs B.P.R.D.: The Dead B.P.R.D.: The Black Flame Uncollected: Hellboy: Weird Tales Vol. 1 (cover by Mike Mignola) Hellboy: Weird Tales Vol. 2 (cover by Mike Mignola) Ghost/Hellboy Special (story, cover and layout by Mike Mignola) Hellboy: Makoma, or, A Tale Told by a Mummy in the New York City Explorers' Club on August 16, 1993 #1-2 Hellboy: Darkness Calls #1-6 (story & cover by Mike Mignola, art by Duncan Fegredo)
<<option chkGenerateAnRssFeed>> GenerateAnRssFeed <<option chkOpenInNewWindow>> OpenLinksInNewWindow <<option chkSaveEmptyTemplate>> SaveEmptyTemplate <<option chkToggleLinks>> Clicking on links to tiddlers that are already open causes them to close ^^(override with Control or other modifier key)^^ <<option chkHttpReadOnly>> HideEditingFeatures when viewed over HTTP <<option chkForceMinorUpdate>> Treat edits as MinorChanges by preserving date and time ^^(override with Shift key when clicking 'done' or by pressing Ctrl-Shift-Enter^^ <<option chkConfirmDelete>> ConfirmBeforeDeleting Maximum number of lines in a tiddler edit box: <<option txtMaxEditRows>> Folder name for backup files: <<option txtBackupFolder>> <<option chkInsertTabs>> Use tab key to insert tab characters instead of jumping to next field
These InterfaceOptions for customising TiddlyWiki are saved in your browser Your username for signing your edits. Write it as a WikiWord (eg JoeBloggs) <<option txtUserName>> <<option chkSaveBackups>> SaveBackups <<option chkRegExpSearch>> RegExpSearch <<option chkCaseSensitiveSearch>> CaseSensitiveSearch <<option chkAnimate>> EnableAnimations ---- AdvancedOptions PluginManager ImportTiddlers
{{{ <<option chkAutoSave>> AutoSave }}} goes in OptionsPanel
A wonderful series of novels by J.K. Rowling Read ALL about the Harry Potter Universe at [[The HP Lexicon|http://www.hp-lexicon.org]]
If you don't know where to begin, try looking in CreatingTiddlers. For help with editing a Tiddler, see the FormattingHelp. For other questions, ask it in the PseudoChat and we'll respond within a day. (^_^)
Made of beef short ribs, cut into thins strips and marinated with soy sauce, garlic, sesame oil, green onions and sugar, kalbi is grilled over a medium-hot flame and best served the way Korean restaurants do: cut into pieces right over the grill, usually with hefty kitchen shears, and then wrapped inside a fresh leaf of lettuce with a finger of steaming white rice, a dollop of spicy red bean paste (gochichang), a few slivers of raw or grilled garlic, and shredded strips of fresh green onion. !!Ingredients *1 1/2 cups lite soy sauce *1/4 cup white sugar *1/4 cup sesame oil *3 tablespoons vegetable oil *8-10 cloves of fresh garlic, crushed *6 large green onions, chopped roughly *4 pounds Korean-style short ribs * *Toasted sesame seeds !!Directions Combine the soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil and corn oil in a large mixing bowl. Add garlic and green onion and stir together. Put short ribs into large sealable freezer bag (you may need two). Pour marinade into bag and turn bag over several times to ensure all meat pieces are covered. Refrigerate for at least four hours, but preferably overnight. Turn bag at least once in the middle of the marinating process. Heat grill to medium-high heat before adding the meat. Drain excess marinade off short ribs and grill them until medium, about 6-8 minutes. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds and chopped green onions. Serves 6. !!Tips Korean-style short ribs can be found at most Asian markets. The cut is called "flanken," a strange word that refers to a strip of beef cut across the bone from the chuck end of the short ribs. Most short rib recipes call for individual bones cut into thick pieces. Kalbi is unusual in that it calls for 3 ribs, cut lengthwise across the bones, so that you end up with a strip of meat about 8-10 inches long that has 3, 1/2-inch rib bones lining the top. The grilling technique for kalbi is the exact opposite of grilling a big American steak. Because of its thinner cut, the meat cooks faster and requires constant attention and turning over, which is why it is so much fun to cook it at the table with a group of friends. Like most Korean meals, kalbi should be served with panchan, an assortment of side dishes that might include marinated spinach, cooked bean sprouts, salt-cured fish and of course, kimchi. -From http://www.blacktable.com/bernbaum041215.htm-
The only two video players I've ever needed are: #[[Media Player Classic|http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=82303]] (simple and very functional) and #[[VLC Player|http://www.videolan.org/vlc/]] (comes pre-loaded withcore codecs)
http://users.on.net/~codebasher/ or 1. Start simple (non co-op, non dedicated) server 2. The clients should see the server info in Multiplayer->LAN, but they should NOT join NOR push refresh!!! 3. Stop the server and start a single player game 4. The clients can NOW join by double clicking the server (what is practically not the 'real' server anymore, but the ip is the same) 5. The server must join in to the game to have working spawn points. Eg. create an off-line user named 'server' for the server, join in, but do not spawn. It takes one player slot away from his team, but at least it works. When the first EA patch will be published, hopefully the "+joinserver [IP]" parameter will work with the shortcut, so the above 'hack' will not be needed anymore.
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!Unwatched Paycheck (2003) ----> Paycheck Imposter (2002) ----> Imposter Screamers (1995) ----> Second Varity Barjo (1992) ----> Confessions of a crap artist
Tell No One (2008) Gone Baby Gone (2007) The Insider (1999) The Conversation (1974) L.A. Confidential (1997) North by Northwest (1959) Chinatown (1974) They Live (1988) JFK (1991) The Last Shot , 2004 Defendor , 2009 Money for Nothing , 1993 The Big Empty , 2003 The Firm , 1993 Capricorn One (1977) The Conversation (1974) The Parallax View (1974) The Insider (1999) The Arrival (1996) Apocalypse Now Redux (1979) Spartan (2004) bulworth W frost/nixon(2008) Charlie Wilson's War (2007) Absolute Power (1997)
!!SMTP Server commands (port 25): * HELO - introduce yourself * EHLO - introduce yourself and request extended mode * MAIL FROM: - specify the sender * RCPT TO: - specify the recipient * DATA - specify the body of the message (To, From and Subject should be the first three lines.) * RSET - reset * QUIT - quit the session * HELP - get help on commands * VRFY - verify an address * EXPN - expand an address * VERB - verbose !!POP3 Server commands (port 110) * USER - enter your user ID * PASS - enter your password * QUIT - quit the POP3 server * LIST - list the messages and their size * RETR - retrieve a message, pass it a message number * DELE - delete a message, pass it a message number * TOP - show the top x lines of a message, pass it a message number and the number of lines
@@color(darkviolet)://verb//@@ Fapping is a euphemism for masturbating !!Usage "Damn! I'd fap to it."
!!Tips & Misc http://www.primotechnology.com/2007/10/17/half-life-2-portal/ - Use the portal gun in HL2! CrackedPortalHelp http://www.portal-mods.com/ - mods, maps (listed below as well), movies, etc. !!Maps http://bethblog.com/?p=336 http://www.portalmaps.net/browse.php - Maps and setup instructions for creating your own http://www.fpsbanana.com/maps/games/296 http://steammaps.com/portal/ http://myaperturelabs.com/viewfiles.php http://www.portal-mods.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=2 - Maps, etc. !!Mapping Guides/Help http://www.portal-mods.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3 - mapping help http://www.halfwit-2.com/?page=tutorials&category=1 - Very good HL2 mapping tutorials using Hammer !!Wallpapers http://img354.imageshack.us/img354/6446/turretlightpurpletl5.jpg http://img151.imageshack.us/img151/3726/gladoslightpurpleuz1.jpg
Codec stands for enCOer DECoder. They are used to encode or decode audio/video on a computer. Many video "Codec Packs" are available on the internet, however they will generally cause you more trouble than they're worth. In fact, the only video codecs you __really__ need are: #[[FFDshow|http://urltea.com/3kw]] (does Divx, Xvid, and others) #probably [[AC-3|http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/codecs_and_filters/ac3filter.cfm]] for audio # and perhaps [[Real Alternative|http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/codecs_and_filters/real_alternative.cfm]] if you're into that sorta thing. And if you come across a video file you can't play, ''then'' install the [[corresponding codec|http://www.afterdawn.com/software/]]. see also VideoPlayers
!!!This is the Tagging Wall. @@bgcolor(green):S@@@@bgcolor(yellow):h@@@@bgcolor(green):o@@@@bgcolor(yellow):w@@ @@color(yellow):me@@ @@bgcolor(purple):yo'@@ ''cra@@color(purple):zy@@'' TextFormatting __skillz__ @@color(red):,@@ ^^Or just say hello!^^ ''@@bgcolor(orange): Euicho@@'' was here! //And he'll be back!//@@color(orange):w@@o@@color(orange):o@@o@@color(orange):o@@o@@color(orange):o@@o@@color(orange):o@@o! ~~//B// @@color(purple):was@@ ^^here^^ too!~~ __Doody__ --was also in through this general region-- Dad was here with no formatting skills.. (^-^) B'~YAWWWWWWWWWWWWWwwww Jesse says TOGTFO fdghdfgh 8####D
A wiki is a website that allows visitors to add, remove, edit and change content, typically without the need for registration. It also allows for linking among any number of pages. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for mass collaborative authoring. The term wiki also can refer to the collaborative software itself (wiki engine) that facilitates the operation of such a site, or to certain specific wiki sites, including the computer science site (the original wiki) WikiWikiWeb and online encyclopedias such as Wikipedia. -From [[wikipedia|wikipedia.org]]: [[wiki|en.wikipedia.org/wiki/wiki]]-
Creating a [[Tiddler]] is easy! You can create tiddlers about anything you want, Take this tiddler for example, all the bold links are other tiddlers, and the non-bold ones are links to tiddlers yet to be written. To create a tiddler, just write a WikiWord in any tiddler and hit done, then click the WikiWord you just typed to take you to that empty tiddler. If theres no tiddler that you think yours should belong to, just hit the NewTiddler link on the right side of the page below the SearchBox. That'll create an orphaned tiddler to fill out. For help with formatting see FormattingHelp. If you don't know what to write about, just go about your business until you run across something that makes you think "Hey, that'd be useful in the wiki!" Or you can click on the MoreTab (in the right-hand column), then the MissingTab. All those are EmptyTiddlers with links to them that don't exist.
This is a tiddler. What you're reading right now. A Tiddler is It's a little chunk of information, usually text, but it can also contain EmbeddedImages, Tables, and even SparkLines. Its meant to be Short and sweet, and contain links to other tiddlers in the form of a WikiWord. See CreatingTiddlers for more information
Long Articles are a No No. We don't need no stankin' long articles, we've got [[Tiddlers|Tiddler]] and HyperLinking!
!Help, Tips, and Resources If you still can't get your head around TiddlyWiki, just [[download the html file|http://tiddlywiki.com/#DownloadSoftware]] and play with it! You'll see its easy as pie. I suggest you check the TiddlyWiki website first, as Jeremy has really streamlined the [[TiddlyWiki homepage|http://tiddlywiki.com]]. There are many resources for Tiddlywiki, a lot more than when we first wrote about it anyway! A great beginner's guide is at [[TiddlyWiki for the Rest of Us|http://www.giffmex.org/twfortherestofus.html]]. For a good user guide, check out the [[TiddlyWiki Guides|http://tiddlywikiguides.org/index.php?title=TiddlyWiki_Guides]] wiki, or [[TW Help|http://tiddlyspot.com/twhelp/]] If you have a specific question, check the [[TiddlyWikiFAQ|http://twfaq.tiddlyspot.com/]] by the Bairds, or drop me a comment! And if you're looking for formatting help (EmbeddedImages, TextFormatting, etc.) then check out the [[TiddlyWiki Cheat Sheat|http://nothickmanuals.info/doku.php/cheatsheets]] provided by Dmitri Popov, or [[the formatting guide at TwHelp|http://tiddlyspot.com/twhelp/#FormattingTiddlers]]. For fun tips, check out Jim Barr's [[TiddlyWikiTips.com|http://tiddlywikitips.com/]] site. And lastly for plugins, extensions, macros, and styles, see Jeremy's [[list of content publishers|http://tiddlywiki.com/#AbegoSoftware%20BidiXTW%20Gimcrack'd%20JacksTiddlyWiki%20LewcidTW%20MonkeyPirateTW%20PeachTW%20RedMountainVista%20TiddlyStyles%20TiddlyTools]]. //see also: IntroToTiddlyWiki, StillConfused, WhatUseIsIt, TiddlyWikiExamples //
Sparklines [[were invented by Edward Tufte|http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=0001OR&topic_id=1]] , author of a number of thoughtful and inspiring books on the presentation of visual information. Sparklines are described by Tufte as "small, intense, wordlike graphics". They are designed to be used inline with ordinary text. For example, this <<sparkline 163 218 231 236 232 266 176 249 289 1041 1835 2285 3098 2101 1755 3283 3353 3335 2898 2224 1404 1354 1825 1839 2142 1942 1784 1145 979 1328 1611>> shows one measure of activity on www.tiddlywiki.com during the month of April 2005. Creating a sparkline is easy using the new Macros feature: {{{ <<sparkline 163 218 ... 1328 1611>> }}} The cunning thing about these sparklines is that they are created inline without requiring any graphics or other Server Side support.
config.macros.listTags = { text: "Hello" }; config.macros.listTags.handler = function(place,macroName,params) { var tagged = store.getTaggedTiddlers(params[0]); var ul = createTiddlyElement(place,"ul",null,null,""); for(var r=0;r<tagged.length;r++) { var li = createTiddlyElement(ul,"li",null,null,""); createTiddlyLink(li,tagged[r].title,true); } }
!!Code {{{ [img[ imagename.jpg ]] }}} or with tool tip and link {{{ [img[tooltip|photo.jpg][http://link.com]] }}} !!!examples: [img[ http://farm1.static.flickr.com/139/400133877_44dc4695e4_m.jpg ]] OR [img[Moss!|http://farm1.static.flickr.com/139/400133877_44dc4695e4_m.jpg][http://flickr.com/photos/euicho]]
Out of the box, TiddlyWiki offers: * Browsable with the vast majority of modern desktop browsers on Windows, Macintosh and Linux * Ability to SaveChanges on: ** FireFox under Windows or OS X ** InternetExplorer under Windows ** Opera under all operating systems ** [[Safari]] and [[Camino]] under OS X ** Minimo on Nokia 770 * Rich formatting including MonospacedText, ExtendedFormatting, NonWikiWordLinks, WikiWordEscape, PrettyLinks, SubHeadings, BulletPoints, NumberedBulletPoints, [[Tables]], BlockQuotes, HorizontalRules and the ability to use a CustomCssClass. * Various InterfaceOptions, including the ability to GenerateAnRssFeed, SaveBackups and AutoSave * KeyboardShortcuts so you can finish editing a tiddler with Control-Enter or abandon it with Escape * InlineHTML * EmbeddedImages: * [[Macros]] providing rich interactive features, including [[Sparklines]] and [[Gradients|GradientMacro]] * a flexible OpenSourceLicense * a liquid CSS layout that can be customised with a CustomStyleSheet * Extensive StartupParameters to control the behaviour of TiddlyWiki through specially crafted URLs * There are [[translations]] of TiddlyWiki available in many languages, including [[Chinese]], [[French]], [[German]], [[Spanish]], [[Portuguese]] The [[Community]] around TiddlyWiki has extended this basic functionality with a wide range of [[Plugins]] and TiddlyWikiAdaptations.
|Standard Periodic Table (ref. Wikipedia)|c || !1 | !2 |!| !3 | !4 | !5 | !6 | !7 | !8 | !9 | !10 | !11 | !12 | !13 | !14 | !15 | !16 | !17 | !18 | |!1|bgcolor(#a0ffa0): @@color(red):H@@ |>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>||bgcolor(#c0ffff): @@color(red):He@@ | |!2|bgcolor(#ff6666): Li |bgcolor(#ffdead): Be |>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>||bgcolor(#cccc99): B |bgcolor(#a0ffa0): C |bgcolor(#a0ffa0): @@color(red):N@@ |bgcolor(#a0ffa0): @@color(red):O@@ |bgcolor(#ffff99): @@color(red):F@@ |bgcolor(#c0ffff): @@color(red):Ne@@ | |!3|bgcolor(#ff6666): Na |bgcolor(#ffdead): Mg |>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>|>||bgcolor(#cccccc): Al |bgcolor(#cccc99): Si |bgcolor(#a0ffa0): P |bgcolor(#a0ffa0): S |bgcolor(#ffff99): @@color(red):Cl@@ |bgcolor(#c0ffff): @@color(red):Ar@@ | |!4|bgcolor(#ff6666): K |bgcolor(#ffdead): Ca ||bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Sc |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ti |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): V |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Cr |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Mn |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Fe |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Co |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ni |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Cu |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Zn |bgcolor(#cccccc): Ga |bgcolor(#cccc99): Ge |bgcolor(#cccc99): As |bgcolor(#a0ffa0): Se |bgcolor(#ffff99): @@color(green):Br@@ |bgcolor(#c0ffff): @@color(red):Kr@@ | |!5|bgcolor(#ff6666): Rb |bgcolor(#ffdead): Sr ||bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Y |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Zr |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Nb |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Mo |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Tc |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ru |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Rh |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Pd |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ag |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Cd |bgcolor(#cccccc): In |bgcolor(#cccccc): Sn |bgcolor(#cccc99): Sb |bgcolor(#cccc99): Te |bgcolor(#ffff99): I |bgcolor(#c0ffff): @@color(red):Xe@@ | |!6|bgcolor(#ff6666): Cs |bgcolor(#ffdead): Ba |bgcolor(#ffbfff):^^*1^^|bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Lu |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Hf |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ta |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): W |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Re |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Os |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ir |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Pt |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Au |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): @@color(green):Hg@@ |bgcolor(#cccccc): Tl |bgcolor(#cccccc): Pb |bgcolor(#cccccc): Bi |bgcolor(#cccc99): Po |bgcolor(#ffff99): At |bgcolor(#c0ffff): @@color(red):Rn@@ | |!7|bgcolor(#ff6666): Fr |bgcolor(#ffdead): Ra |bgcolor(#ff99cc):^^*2^^|bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Lr |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Rf |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Db |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Sq |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Bh |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Hs |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Mt |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Ds |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Rg |bgcolor(#ffc0c0): @@color(green):Uub@@ |bgcolor(#cccccc): Uut |bgcolor(#cccccc): Uuq |bgcolor(#cccccc): Uup |bgcolor(#cccccc): Uuh |bgcolor(#fcfecc): @@color(#cccccc):Uus@@ |bgcolor(#ecfefc): @@color(#cccccc):Uuo@@ | | !Lanthanides^^*1^^|bgcolor(#ffbfff): La |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Ce |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Pr |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Nd |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Pm |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Sm |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Eu |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Gd |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Tb |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Dy |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Ho |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Er |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Tm |bgcolor(#ffbfff): Yb | | !Actinides^^*2^^|bgcolor(#ff99cc): Ac |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Th |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Pa |bgcolor(#ff99cc): U |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Np |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Pu |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Am |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Cm |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Bk |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Cf |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Es |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Fm |bgcolor(#ff99cc): Md |bgcolor(#ff99cc): No | *Chemical Series of the Periodic Table **@@bgcolor(#ff6666): Alkali metals@@ **@@bgcolor(#ffdead): Alkaline earth metals@@ **@@bgcolor(#ffbfff): Lanthanides@@ **@@bgcolor(#ff99cc): Actinides@@ **@@bgcolor(#ffc0c0): Transition metals@@ **@@bgcolor(#cccccc): Poor metals@@ **@@bgcolor(#cccc99): Metalloids@@ **@@bgcolor(#a0ffa0): Nonmetals@@ **@@bgcolor(#ffff99): Halogens@@ **@@bgcolor(#c0ffff): Noble gases@@ *State at standard temperature and pressure **those in @@color(red):red@@ are gases **those in @@color(green):green@@ are liquids **those in black are solids
http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Leica_IIIc [img[http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1024/1470485148_26380efd5c.jpg]]
!!Daily [[Vote for rewards|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/vote.php]] [[Search Downtown|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/downtown.php]] [[Slots|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/slot_machine.php]] [[Lucky Dip|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/lucky_dip.php]] [[Train at the Gym|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/train.php]] [[Use points|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/point_shop.php]] or [[Sell them|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/points_market.php]] [[Check GangMail|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/gang_mailbox.php]] [[Check Your Mailbox|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/mailbox.php]] [[Check the Gang Forum|http://game3.mafiadeath.com/your_gang/forum.php]] !!Notes *In general, your stats should be at a minimum of double your level in thousands (i.e. your level is 3 so your stats should be at least 6000).
center the map on the desired location (or better yet search for the street address) then paste the following into the location bar {{{javascript:void(prompt('',gApplication.getMap().getCenter()));}}}
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/*** |Name|RearrangeTiddlersPlugin| |Source|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#RearrangeTiddlersPlugin| |Version|0.0.0| |Author|Joe Raii| |License|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#LegalStatements <<br>>and [[Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License|http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/]]| |~CoreVersion|2.1| |Type|plugin| |Requires|| |Overrides|Story.prototype.refreshTiddler| |Description|drag tiddlers by title to re-order story column display| adapted from: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/~joeraii/dragn/#Draggable changes by ELS: * hijack refreshTiddler() instead of overridding createTiddler() * find title element by className instead of elementID * set cursor style via code instead of stylesheet * set tooltip help text * set tiddler "position:relative" when starting drag event, restore saved value when drag ends * update 2006.08.07: use getElementsByTagName("*") to find title element, even when it is 'buried' deep in tiddler DOM elements (due to custom template usage) * update 2007.03.01: use apply() to invoke hijacked core function ***/ //{{{ Story.prototype.rearrangeTiddlersHijack_refreshTiddler = Story.prototype.refreshTiddler; Story.prototype.refreshTiddler = function(title,template,unused1,unused2,unused3,unused4,unused5) { this.rearrangeTiddlersHijack_refreshTiddler.apply(this,arguments); var theTiddler = document.getElementById(this.idPrefix + title); if (!theTiddler) return; var theHandle; var children=theTiddler.getElementsByTagName("*"); for (var i=0; i<children.length; i++) if (hasClass(children[i],"title")) { theHandle=children[i]; break; } if (!theHandle) return theTiddler; Drag.init(theHandle, theTiddler, 0, 0, null, null); theHandle.style.cursor="move"; theHandle.title="drag title to re-arrange tiddlers" theTiddler.onDrag = function(x,y,myElem) { if (this.style.position!="relative") { this.savedstyle=this.style.position; this.style.position="relative"; } y = myElem.offsetTop; var next = myElem.nextSibling; var prev = myElem.previousSibling; if (next && y + myElem.offsetHeight > next.offsetTop + next.offsetHeight/2) { myElem.parentNode.removeChild(myElem); next.parentNode.insertBefore(myElem, next.nextSibling);//elems[pos+1]); myElem.style["top"] = -next.offsetHeight/2+"px"; } if (prev && y < prev.offsetTop + prev.offsetHeight/2) { myElem.parentNode.removeChild(myElem); prev.parentNode.insertBefore(myElem, prev); myElem.style["top"] = prev.offsetHeight/2+"px"; } }; theTiddler.onDragEnd = function(x,y,myElem) { myElem.style["top"] = "0px"; if (this.savedstyle!=undefined) this.style.position=this.savedstyle; } return theTiddler; } /************************************************** * dom-drag.js * 09.25.2001 * www.youngpup.net ************************************************** * 10.28.2001 - fixed minor bug where events * sometimes fired off the handle, not the root. **************************************************/ var Drag = { obj:null, init: function(o, oRoot, minX, maxX, minY, maxY) { o.onmousedown = Drag.start; o.root = oRoot && oRoot != null ? oRoot : o ; if (isNaN(parseInt(o.root.style.left))) o.root.style.left="0px"; if (isNaN(parseInt(o.root.style.top))) o.root.style.top="0px"; o.minX = typeof minX != 'undefined' ? minX : null; o.minY = typeof minY != 'undefined' ? minY : null; o.maxX = typeof maxX != 'undefined' ? maxX : null; o.maxY = typeof maxY != 'undefined' ? maxY : null; o.root.onDragStart = new Function(); o.root.onDragEnd = new Function(); o.root.onDrag = new Function(); }, start: function(e) { var o = Drag.obj = this; e = Drag.fixE(e); var y = parseInt(o.root.style.top); var x = parseInt(o.root.style.left); o.root.onDragStart(x, y, Drag.obj.root); o.lastMouseX = e.clientX; o.lastMouseY = e.clientY; if (o.minX != null) o.minMouseX = e.clientX - x + o.minX; if (o.maxX != null) o.maxMouseX = o.minMouseX + o.maxX - o.minX; if (o.minY != null) o.minMouseY = e.clientY - y + o.minY; if (o.maxY != null) o.maxMouseY = o.minMouseY + o.maxY - o.minY; document.onmousemove = Drag.drag; document.onmouseup = Drag.end; Drag.obj.root.style["z-index"] = "10"; return false; }, drag: function(e) { e = Drag.fixE(e); var o = Drag.obj; var ey = e.clientY; var ex = e.clientX; var y = parseInt(o.root.style.top); var x = parseInt(o.root.style.left); var nx, ny; if (o.minX != null) ex = Math.max(ex, o.minMouseX); if (o.maxX != null) ex = Math.min(ex, o.maxMouseX); if (o.minY != null) ey = Math.max(ey, o.minMouseY); if (o.maxY != null) ey = Math.min(ey, o.maxMouseY); nx = x + (ex - o.lastMouseX); ny = y + (ey - o.lastMouseY); Drag.obj.root.style["left"] = nx + "px"; Drag.obj.root.style["top"] = ny + "px"; Drag.obj.lastMouseX = ex; Drag.obj.lastMouseY = ey; Drag.obj.root.onDrag(nx, ny, Drag.obj.root); return false; }, end: function() { document.onmousemove = null; document.onmouseup = null; Drag.obj.root.style["z-index"] = "0"; Drag.obj.root.onDragEnd(parseInt(Drag.obj.root.style["left"]), parseInt(Drag.obj.root.style["top"]), Drag.obj.root); Drag.obj = null; }, fixE: function(e) { if (typeof e == 'undefined') e = window.event; if (typeof e.layerX == 'undefined') e.layerX = e.offsetX; if (typeof e.layerY == 'undefined') e.layerY = e.offsetY; return e; } }; //}}}
An External Link can be made with open double brackets, title, pipe, url, close double brackets {{{[[title|URL]]}}}
To create headers, just use 1 to 5 {{{ ! }}} before the text. examples: !Header 1 !!Header 2 !!!Header 3 !!!!Header 4 !!!!!Header 5
rough guidelines from [[cambridgeincolour|http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/camera-lenses.htm]] |Lens Focal Length*|Terminology|Typical Photography| |Less than 21 mm|Extreme Wide Angle|Architecture| |21-35 mm|Wide Angle|Landscape| |35-70 mm|Normal|Street & Documentary| |70-135 mm|Medium Telephoto|Portraiture| |135-300+ mm|Telephoto|Sports, Bird & Wildlife| //35 mm equivalent cameras. If you have a compact or digital SLR camera, then you likely have a different sensor size.// see also the OneOverFocalLengthRule
A WikiWord is a word formed from putting two or more words together that have Capitalized first letters. Ex: Wiki + Word = WikiWord. Its the same thing as CamelCase. Wikiwords are used to create tiddlers, typing a WikiWord will create a non-bold link that, when clicked, will create an empty tiddler for you to define. To turn a non CamelCase word into a tiddler link, use {{{ [[title]]}}} To ''stop'' a word from becoming a WikiWord, use a {{{~}}} before it.
Chuck Norris once roundhouse kicked someone so hard that his foot broke the speed of light, went back in time, and killed Amelia Earhart while she was flying over the Pacific Ocean. ---- If you ask Chuck Norris what time it is, he always says, "Two seconds till." After you ask, "Two seconds to what?" he roundhouse kicks you in the face. ---- Rather than being birthed like a normal child, Chuck Norris instead decided to punch his way out of his mother's womb. Shortly thereafter he grew a beard. ---- Chuck Norris appeared in the "Street Fighter II" video game, but was removed by Beta Testers because every button caused him to do a roundhouse kick. When asked bout this "glitch," Norris replied, "That's no glitch." ---- Chuck Norris lost his virginity before his dad did. ---- Since 1940, the year Chuck Norris was born, roundhouse kick related deaths have increased 13,000 percent. ---- Chuck Norris sold his soul to the devil for his rugged good looks and unparalleled martial arts ability. Shortly after the transaction was finalized, Chuck roundhouse kicked the devil in the face and took his soul back. The devil, who appreciates irony, couldn't stay mad and admitted he should have seen it coming. They now play poker every second Wednesday of the month. ---- Filming on location for Walker: Texas Ranger, Chuck Norris brought a stillborn baby lamb back to life by giving it a prolonged beard rub. Shortly after the farm animal sprang back to life and a crowd had gathered, Chuck Norris roundhouse kicked the animal, breaking its neck, to remind the crew once more that Chuck giveth, and the good Chuck, he taketh away. ---- Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits. ---- Chuck Norris built a time machine and went back in time to stop the JFK assassination. As Oswald shot, Chuck met all three bullets with his beard, deflecting them. JFK's head exploded out of sheer amazement. ---- Chuck Norris was the fourth Wiseman. He brought baby Jesus the gift of "beard". Jesus wore it proudly to his dying day. The other Wisemen, jealous of Jesus' obvious gift favoritism, used their combined influence to have Chuck omitted from the Bible. Shortly after all three died of roundhouse kick related deaths. ---- It was once believed that Chuck Norris actually lost a fight to a pirate, but that is a lie, created by Chuck Norris himself to lure more pirates to him. Pirates never were very smart. ---- Chuck Norris recently had the idea to sell his urine as a canned beverage. We know this beverage as Red Bull. ---- If you can see Chuck Norris, he can see you. If you can't see Chuck Norris, you may be only seconds away from death. ---- Scientists used to believe that diamond was the world's hardest substance. But then they met Chuck Norris, who gave them a roundhouse kick to the face so hard, and with so much heat and pressure, that the scientists turned into artificial Chuck Norris. ---- When Chuck Norris was denied a Bacon McMuffin at McDonalds because it was 10:35, he roundhouse kicked the store so hard it became a KFC. ---- Chuck Norris drinks napalm to quell his heartburn. ---- A duck's quack does not echo. Chuck Norris is solely responsible for this phenomenon. When asked why he will simply stare at you, grimly. ---- Chuck Norris doesn't believe in Germany. ---- If you want a list of Chuck Norris' enemies, just check the extinct species list. ---- Chuck Norris has never blinked in his entire life. Never. ---- Chuck Norris once shot an enemy plane down with his finger, by yelling, "Bang!" ---- Chuck Norris owns the greatest poker face of all-time. It helped him win the 1983 world series of poker despite him holding just a joker, a 2 of clubs, a 7 of spades, and a green number 4 from Uno and a monopoly 'get out of jail free' card. ---- Chuck Norris invented a language that incorporates karate and roundhouse kicks. So next time Chuck Norris is kicking your ass, don't be offended or hurt, he may be just trying to tell you he likes your hat. ---- Chuck Norris went looking for a bar but couldn't find one. He walked to a vacant lot and sat there. Sure enough within an hour an a half someone constructed a bar around him. He then ordered a shot, drank it, and then burned the place to the ground. Chuck Norris yelled over the roar of the flames, "always leave things the way you found em!" ---- One time while sparring with Wolverine, Chuck Norris accidentally lost his left testicle. You might be familiar with it to this very day by its technical term: Jupiter. ---- Before science was invented it was once believed that autumn occurred when Chuck Norris roundhouse kicked every tree in existence. ---- In the original pilot for Star Trek Next Generation, Chuck Norris can be seen powering the USS Enterprise warp drive with his roundhouse kicks.
TiddlyWiki supports all kinds of formatting options: *''Bold'' text by enclosing text it in pairs of single quotes {{{'' ''}}} *__Underline__ text by enclosing it in pairs of underscores {{{____}}} *//Italic// text by enclosing it in pairs of forward slashes {{{////}}} *^^superscript^^ text by enclosing it in pairs of carrats {{{^^^^}}} *~~subscript~~ text by enclosing it in pairs of tildes {{{~~~~}}} *change text @@color(green):color@@ by enclosing it in pairs of at-signs {{{@@@@}}} and specifying a [[text color|http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_colornames.asp]] using the phrase {{{color(yourcolorhere):text here}}} *change text's @@bgcolor(green):background color@@ by enclosing it in pairs of at-signs {{{@@@@}}} and specifying a background text color using the phrase {{{bgcolor(yourcolorhere):}}} *Create monospace text with three "{" and three "}" *Create code blocks by putting the above curley brackeys on separate lines
Create Numbered bullets by preceding a line with the {{{#}}}
"Never plead guilty or no contest, especially if it's your first ticket. If you have a clean driving record, your chances of keeping it off your record are much better," says Quinn. If that's not an option, you'll need to learn a little bit more about the legal process. Carroll recommends going to the courthouse to file a discovery motion or a public records request. You can check the ticketing officer's notes, calibration records for radar guns and verify that all data was recorded correctly. "Many times, one of those documents turns up out-of-date, doesn't exist or is inaccurate and you end up winning by default because they don't have their paperwork together," says Carroll. If all the paperwork is in order, offenders can then attempt to speak with the assistant district attorney and state their reasons why they should reconsider the charges. Carroll says that many people are successful by simply contesting their ticket through the mail (also known as "trial by declaration") with a detailed and well-thought-out defense. Defendants can have an advantage with this method because, unless the officer submits his or her own written rebuttal, it's a one-sided argument. -from http://biz.yahoo.com/brn/070330/21532.html?.v=1&.pf=family-home-
http://www.ihackintosh.com/2009/01/visual-guide-to-jailbreak-iphone-3g-221-with-quickpwn-225-for-windowsosx/
LCD Soundsystem- This Is Happening Broken Social Scene- Forgiveness Rock Record Holy Fuck- Latin Conor oberst and the mystic valley band - outer south the cab white tie affair Chloe- One In Other One Day As A Lion One Day As A Lion Matchbox Twenty - Exile on Mainstream mute math Heima DVD late night talesmaBlood Brothers- Burn, Piano Island, Burn The Books- Lost and Safe The Books- The Lemon of Pink Do Make Say Think- Winter Hymn, Country Hymn, Secret Hymn Ellen Allien- Berlinette Enon- High Society araquet- The View From This Tower The Fiery Furnaces- Blueberry Boat The Futureheads- The Futureheads Isis- Oceanic (for jesse too) LCD Soundsystem- LCD Soundsystem M83- Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts McLusky- McLusky Do Dallasv Modest Mouse- The Moon & Antarctica Namelessnumberheadman? The Notwist- Neon Golden Opeth- Blackwater Park (and ghost reveries) Plus/Minus (+/-) Polysics- Neu! Shining- In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster Vitalic- OK Cowboy Deerhoof- The Runners Four Sufjan Stevens- Illinois Clor- Clor Ellen Allien/Apparat- Orchestra of Bubbles Jesu- Silver (and Jesu) Junior Senior- Hey Hey My My Yo Yo Ladytron- Witching Hour Mastodon- Blood Mountain (for jesse) wolf parade Mouse on Mars- Varcharz TV on the Radio- Return to Cookie Mountain Modeselektor- Hello Mom! Xiu Xiu- The Air Force
First you need to put both the jar & jad files in the Other directory on your microSD and put it back in the phone. Then copy them to the phone's memory. Alternatively, if you can put the files onto the phone directly, you may do that. Next, from the idle screen type: *#9998*5282# Choose Install Midlet. The password is 235282. Now it will show you the files inside the Other directory. Select the .jad file you want to install. Press Install. Now the phone will seem to hang or something. Not sure why it does this, but slide the phone closed. (You may open it again if you want) It will say "Warning! This MIDlet is unsigned!" Select Yes and Yes again. It may take a few seconds to install, then it asks if you want to start the application. Repeat these steps again for each application you want to install. After successful installation, you may start the applications from the My Games Folder. Enjoy. PS. I had downloaded 4 different java apps, none of which was specifally written for the D807, so I wasn't that surprised when 2 of them failed to install, and the 3rd installed but did not run. :-( I'm off to look for some others now. Remember the screen res is 176x220. I'll post back if I find some good ones.
!!These are all highly recommended makes/models: RolleiFlex //(a legend in its own right)// [[Seagull]] GC-104, GC-105, GC-107, GC-109 [[Lubitel]] Kiev-Arsenal 60 and 88 !!!Also excellent and should be under $100 __used__ RicohFlex RolleiCord GraFlex22 !!MF ToyCameras KodakBrownieFiesta [[Holga]] [[Diana]] !!Other MF Cameras SHKOLNIK Russian 6x6 120
A cheap medium format (size 127 film) camera from 1965, based on the success of the original KodakBrownie line introduced in 1900. !!Specs: *127 rollfilm *1-5/8 x 1-5/8 image size (4x4 cm) *f/11 *1/35-1/50 seconds *1 7/8 (46mm) wide spools *160 iso film is produced still. [[Brownie Fiesta Flickr pool|http://flickr.com/groups/browniefiesta/]] [img[ images/browniefiesta.jpg ]]
//All info from [[photo.net|http://photo.net/equipment/film]] Note: I havn't checked if all these come in 120 size// !Color Slide "E6" Film: *Fuji velvia (ISO 50, but AMAZING color) *Fuji Sensia II *Fuji Astia and Provia F !B&W Negative Film *Ilford Pan F (ISO 50) *~TMAX-400 (ISO 400, and better than ~TMAX-100 apparently) !Color Negative "C41" Print Film: Kodak Gold 100 Kodak Royal Gold 400 !InfraredPhotography Negative Film: *Kodak High Speed Infrared *Konica Infrared 750. Konica is slower, has a narrower spectral response and results in higher contrast, finer grained images. !Film to AVOID: *Agfa Ultra 50. *Anything 200 speed. If you're going to be shooting bad pictures outdoors in bright sunlight, go for the 100 and then you can make huge enlargements. If you're going to be shooting with available light and/or fill flash and/or in deep shade, you'll need the extra stop from ISO 400 (and maybe more). 200 really isn't noticeably better quality than 400 and it isn't noticeably faster than 100. *Any color negative film not made by Kodak or Fuji. It takes big bucks and a lot of R&D to compete in this market. Other companies are generally catching up to where Fuji and Kodak were three years ago.
!Classics The Illiad and The Odyssey The Barchester Chronicles Pride and Prejudice Gulliver's Travels Jane Eyre War and Peace David Copperfield Vanity Fair Madame Bovary Middlemarch !Authors: greg egan ian mcdonald alistair reynolds ken macleod Iain Sinclair Jack Womack Iain M. Banks J.G. Ballard Ursula LeGuin Octavia Butler !Fiction The Magic Circle - by Katherine Neville The Messenger - Daniel Silva Auriel rising - Elizabeth Redfern The Charlie Bone series Lily Dale: Awakening The Stand by Stephen King To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip Jose Farmer Gateway by Frederik Pohl Spin State by Chris Moriarty Old Man's War by John Scalzi Fred Saberhagen's Berzerker Day Of The Triffids by John Wyndham Flatland: A Romance in Many Dimensions by Edwin A. Abbott Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Philip K. Dick The Minority Report - Philip K. Dick Accelerando - Charles Stross More Than Human - Theodore Sturgeon Down And Out In The Magic Kingdom - Cory Doctorow Altered Carbon - Richard Morgan Samuel R. Delany - "Dhalgren", "Babel 17", or "Stars In My Pocket Like Grains Of Sand" Lord of Light - roger zelanzny ...And Call Me Conrad - Roger Zelazny Permutation City - greg egan oceanic - greg egan The John Varley Reader Perdido Street Station tom clancy - The Hunt for Red October
1 ripe banana, mashed 2 cups water 1/2 cup uncooked oatmeal (plus maybe a lil extra) 1 and 1/2 cups flour 1 tsp baking powder opps correction: 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp nutmeg dolop of vanilla extract
^^Feel free to put random links and reminders to yourself on here, and try to delete them when no longer needed. If long-term reminders/links are needed, give them their own tiddler! What fun!^^ the guild http://www4.funimation.com/video/?page=video&v=4842 http://urbanvelo.org/mongoose-cachet-review-150-walmart-bike/#more-15670 http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/477f3b6bc5/between-two-ferns-with-zach-galifianakis-from-between-two-ferns-comedy-deathray-and-zach-galifianakis http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128372 Blink, and The Girl in the Fireplace, and Dalek http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2010/03/three-quarters-of-way-around-world.html http://starslip.com/2005/05/23/starslip-number-1/ ----------- BoredList
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A Ballad, by Carl S. this morning when i tried to wake up i thought i had no cause to rise then i said what if i can look into your eyes your the reason the sun does shine i wonder if you know that you are reeeallyy fine hot cake la-ady will you hold my hand? and by hand of course you know i mean the thing that makes me a man hot cake la-ady sometimes you wear a white dress im thinking you have probably geussed that it makes me have happy time in pa-ants at staff meetings you talk a lot i wonder if youve ever thought of gettin down, makin the sex youd probably do me if you saw me flex (my dong-muscles) hot cake la-ady will you hold me tonight? and by hold of course you know what i mean i hope your tight hot cake la-ady do you remember that time when we sat so close at the pizza pa-arty? all i remember is thinking how we could get so nau-ughty oooh hot cake la-ady
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!Conference Calls : What you need to do to have conference calls: #Open up a copy of Google Talk on all computers with which you wish to conference. #After one copy is opened make a new shortcut for Google Talk but at the end of it add /nomutex. If you installed it to the default folder then your shortcut should read "C:\Program Files\Google\Google Talk\googletalk.exe" /nomutex #Open 2nd instances of the software on every user's computer. After this start a chain: User 1 should connect on one instance to user 2. User 2 will connect on his second instance to user 3. User 3 will connect using his second instance back to user 1. With this chain everyone is connected to everyone.
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[[Photo ID Badge maker | http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/badge.php]] [[ | ]] [[ | ]] [[ | ]] [[ | ]] http://www.3ayak.org/yazi/flickr-oyuncaklari http://www.pedagonet.com/other/flickr.htm http://www.dopiaza.org/flickr/ http://www.quickonlinetips.com/archives/2005/03/great-flickr-tools-collection/ http://www.pimpampum.net/toys/ http://www.flickr.com/groups/flickrtoys/ http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/
A common rule of thumb for estimating how fast the exposure needs to be for a given focal length is the one over focal length rule. This states that for a 35 mm camera, the exposure time needs to be at least as fast as one over the focal length in seconds. In other words, when using a 200 mm focal length on a 35 mm camera, the exposure time needs to be at least 1/200 seconds-- otherwise blurring may be hard to avoid. Keep in mind that this rule is just for rough guidance; some may be able to hand hold a shot for much longer or shorter times than this rule estimates. For users of digital cameras with cropped sensors, one needs to convert into a 35 mm equivalent focal length.
!Digital SLR [[Canon]] DigitalRebelXTi [[Canon]] [[20d]] http://www.steves-digicams.com/2006_reviews/alpha100_pg6.html http://www.steves-digicams.com/2005_reviews/rebelxt_pg7.html !Regular Digital [[Fuji]] FinepixA210 [[Sony]] DSC-F17
!Mods http://planetfallout.gamespy.com/mods/all/ http://www.fallout3nexus.com/downloads/categories.php http://www.strategyinformer.com/pc/mods/fallout3/mod.html http://www.bethsoft.com/bgsforums/index.php?showforum=45/ http://nma-fallout.com/forum/dload.php?action=category&cat_id=66 http://fallout3.rpg-mods.com/ !Data http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Fallout_3 - Wiki http://www.swfcabin.com/swf-files/1233758925.swf - Interactive Map http://geck.bethsoft.com/index.php/Main_Page - The Geck !Mods I Like http://planetfallout.gamespy.com/mods/60/A-C-E-Amplified-Crippled-Effects
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# faster than a squirt of hen shit # she's as crooked as a screw auger # silent like the p in swimming # he lies like a rug # doesn't amount to a piss-hole in a snow bank # he has a hair across his ass # Who's who at the zoo # Up to our ears in alligators # You might as well stand on your head and stack bb's
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!Misc Info sensor size: 22.2 x 14.8 mm max res: 3888 x 2592 image ratio: 3:2 Effective pixels: 10.1 million Sensor detectors: 10.5 million Focal length multiplier: 1.6 kit lens: ~EF-S 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6, 58mm [img[Steves Digicams Review|images/digitalrebelxti.jpg][http://www.steves-digicams.com/2006_reviews/rebelxti.html]]
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Need to find some good tutorials. In the meantime, heres a [[print book|http://photo.net/learn/books/infrared-photography-handbook]]
PhotographyTerms RulesOfThumb PSandPSPIdeas [[Cameras]] FilmInfo MeteringInfo YourCameraDoesNotMatter InfraredPhotography PhotographySites Know the PhotographersRight! SellingPhotos CameraSellers ExpiredFilm [[E6 Processing Shop|http://www.chromedigital.com/e6.html]] - recommended by ken rockwell
OneOverFocalLengthRule NightPhotography [[Sunny 16 Rule|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunny_16_rule]]
TomsCameras DoodysCameras !!Categories *[[35mmCameras]] *DigitalCameras *MediumFormatCameras *LargeFormatCameras *InstantCameras !!Cameras We Want (you know in case you were wondering)
!!The Best If you're buying film you ''need'' to read GreatFilm. Also a good site for understanding [[good films|http://photo.net/equipment/film]] !!A note on film ''Color Slide film'' (called E6 by the pros) is more vivid than color negative, however having prints made is expensive without owning your own slide scanner. ''Color Negative film'' (aka C41) can be less vivid than slide film, but still very colorful or not, depending on the film, speed, and exposure. It can be printed and processed cheaper than color slide film, but does not show how the scene was upon shooting, which can be a problem when getting it printed several years later (if you don't remember exactly how the colors looked for a particular shot). ''Black and White Negative film'' is archival, and will outlast both color types by several multiples of years, however with digital scanning this is not as big a concern as it used to be. //Tom plans on shooting negative film most of the time (color and b&w) for the ease of getting prints and for $$$ sake, but will experiment with E6 (he hears looking at color slides on a light table is very addictive). If he gets use of a good scanner in the future, he may shoot all color in E6.// !!Film Type Info BlackandWhiteFilm ColorFilm !!Film Scanners [[CanoScan 8400F|http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000F78L40/ref=pd_bbs_sr_olp_1/002-1675009-6669619?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1194146601&sr=8-1]] [[CanoScan 8800F|http://reviews.cnet.com/scanners/canon-canoscan-8800f-flatbed/4014-3136_7-32593962.html?tag=sub]]
Tommy's Favorites: Doody's Favorites: [[A Walk Through Durham Township|http://www.durhamtownship.com]] [[Overshadowed|http://www.overshadowed.com]] [[Daily Snap|http://www.dailysnap.com]]
http://www.fredparker.com/ultexp1.htm
For an extremely detailed explanation, see [[www.uscoles.com/fstop.htm|http://www.uscoles.com/fstop.htm]]
[[Aperature]] [[Exposure]] [[f/stop]] FocalLength RawFormat
The Rolleicord was a popular medium-format twin lens reflex camera made by Franke & Heidecke (Rollei) between 1934 and 1976. It was a simpler, less expensive version of the high-end Rolleiflex TLR, aimed at amateur photographers who wanted a high-quality camera but could not afford the expensive Rolleiflex. Several models of Rolleicord were made; the later models generally had more advanced features and tend to be valued higher in today's market. The first Rolleicord, introduced in November 1933, was the Rolleicord I. This camera was a simplified version of the Standard Rolleiflex, with a cheaper 75mm Zeiss Triotar lens and a simplified film advance mechanism using a knob instead of the crank found on the Rolleiflex. The Rolleicord I was available either with a plain leatherette covering or elaborately patterned metal faceplates. The latter variant is referred to as the "Art Deco" Rolleicord. Later models incorporated improved designs for the taking lens, including the Carl Zeiss Tessar and Schneider Kreuznach Xenar, both of which appeared on the Rolleiflex. However, while the Rolleiflex was available with an f/2.8 lens, the Rolleicord was never offered with a larger aperture than f/3.5, thus ensuring its pedigree as an "amateur" camera. An accessory, known as a Rolleikin kit, was available for the Rolleicord to enable it to accept 35mm film. //- from WikiPedia -// [img[ images/rolleicord.jpg ]]
Rolleiflex is the name of a long-running and diverse line of high-end cameras made by the German company Rollei. The "Rolleiflex" name is most commonly used to refer to Rollei's premier line of medium format twin lens reflex (TLR) cameras. (A companion line intended for amateur photographers, Rolleicord, existed for several decades.) However, a variety of TLRs and SLRs in medium, 35 mm, and digital formats have also been produced under the Rolleiflex label. The Rolleiflex series is marketed primarily to professional photographers. The Rolleiflex TLR film cameras were notable for their compact size, reduced weight, superior optics and bright viewfinders. An ingenious tapered mirror allowed the size of the viewing lens (the top lens) 'internal compartment' to be reduced, and this smaller compartment was dovetailed with the bottom taking lens 'compartment', which decreased the overall size and weight of the camera. The high-quality lenses, manufactured (by Zeiss and Schneider) further differentiated the Rolleiflex TLR from many of its competitors. The mechanical wind mechanism was robust and clever, making film loading semi-automatic and quick. A wide range of accessories made this camera a more complete system, allowing close-ups, added filters and quick tripod attachment. Some art photographers still shoot with Rolleiflex TLR film cameras and black-and-white film, the later 2.8F and 3.5F models being very popular. Modern Rolleiflex TLRs are still being manufactured; available focal lengths include 50mm, 80mm, and 135mm. The late-model cameras are collectible, particularly in Japan. //- from WikiPedia -// [img[ images/rolleiflex.jpg ]]
![[Polaroid]] *JobPro *LandCamera
[[Camerapedia.org|http://www.camerapedia.org/]] - A camera encyclopedia. Not complete, but has a LOT of cameras. Tommy's Favorites: [[cambridgeincolour.com|http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials.htm]] - Incredibly in-depth tutorials on everything from lenses to the fundamentals of color. [[Photo.net|http://photo.net/]] - Tons of info and guides [[opacity.us|http://www.opacity.us/]] - UrbEx photography [[how to do anything photographic|http://kenrockwell.com/tech.htm]] [[The Nocturnes|http://www.thenocturnes.com/]] - Night Photography Gallery and [[guides|http://www.thenocturnes.com/resources.html]] [[HDR tutorial|http://hdr101.com/?page_id=4]] Doody's Favorites: [[A Walk Through Durham Township|http://www.durhamtownship.com]] [[Overshadowed|http://www.overshadowed.com]] [[Daily Snap|http://www.dailysnap.com]] [[Kleptography - Don Ellis Photography|http://www.kleptography.com]] [[How to Make Great Photographs|http://kenrockwell.com/tech/howto.htm]]
[[Nikon]] L35-AF GoProHero 35mm
[[Fake tilt-shift lens technique|http://recedinghairline.co.uk/tutorials/fakemodel/]] [[Improve your photographs with classic art|http://www.unfocusedbrain.com.nyud.net:8090/projects/match_color/examples.php]]
Shanghai Seagull Camera Ltd is a Chinese camera maker located in Shanghai, China. Seagull is the oldest camera maker in China.[1] The product line of Seagull includes TLR cameras, SLR cameras, CCD and SLR camera lenses, large-format cameras, film, night vision scopes, and angle viewfinders. Seagull has made 21 million cameras since it was founded in 1958.[citation needed] Seagull adopted Minolta's manual SLR mount and camera design under license, and continues to produce it long after Minolta moved on to automatic cameras.
!!Highlights: *Zeiss 5x (38-190mm equiv.) optical zoom (10x digital) *Night Shot and Night Framing *Laser hologram focus-assist *Was the first 5MP camera on the market [img[Steves Digicams Review|images/sonyf717.jpg][http://www.steves-digicams.com/2002_reviews/f717.html]]
//update me please!// [img[Steves Digicams Review|images/20d.jpg][http://www.steves-digicams.com/2004_reviews/20d.html]]
''TEH BEST CAMERA COMPANY EVAR!!!!!!!1''
GC-105 Medium Format Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) Camera with Built-in 75mm f/3.5 Lens Seagull The Seagull GC-105 is the second of three cameras in the Seagull medium format roster. Like the GC-104 this non-metered classically-styled twin-lens reflex camera is patterned in the time-honored design of older Yashicamats. Its lightweight simple design consists of a waist-level... More finder with pop-up magnifier manual film crank advance and separate shutter speed and aperture levers. The GC-105 includes the same built-in (non-interchangeable) 75mm f/3.5 Seagull lens but also includes a brighter f/2.8 viewing lens that helps make focusing easier. The GC-105 also has a split-image focusing screen (not included in the GC-104). Please note that the GC-105 is only for the 6 x 6cm format and does not contain the additional 6 x 4.5cm format mask included with the GC-104. A major difference between the cameras is the self-cocking shutter of the GC-105 that is activated by advancing the film (The GC-104 requires separate film advance and shutter cocking). The mechanical lens shutter design provides flash synchronization at all speeds up to 1/300 second and there is also Bulb exposure. This camera also features a cold flash shoe and PC terminal for external electronic flash connection. //- from [[Seagull]]'s Website -// [img[ images/gc105.jpg ]] //- image copyright B&H photo. Please don't sue me, I'll take it down if you ask! (^_-) -//
//Update me please!// [img[Steves Digicams Review|images/finepixa210.jpg][http://www.steves-digicams.com/2003_reviews/fuji_a210.html]]
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Similar in design to many other hinge-fronted cameras Polaroid released in the eighties and nineties, the Job Pro uses Polaroid 600 integral film. The Job Pro and - its successor the Job Pro 2 - are cast in bright 'safety' yellow, to highlight their suitability for building and work sites. The bodies are reportedly designed for durability, but on examination they seem practically identical to 600 models of their era. Polaroid also released two 'Business Edition' 600 models; these were essentially the same cameras as the Job Pro and Job Pro 2 with different colouration. Features common to this series of special market 600-series integral film cameras are: * 116mm fixed-focus 1-element plastic lens * Close-up adaptor that slides across lens * Flash auto-fires for every picture * Exposure compensation buttons on camera front. //- from [[Camerapedia.org|http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Polaroid_Job_Pro]] -// [img[Camerapedia.org|images/jobpro.jpg][]]
A camera company specializing in InstantCameras
A toy camera is an inexpensive camera made almost entirely out of plastic, including the lens. They are usually made in China or the former Soviet Union. The Diana, LOMO and Holga are typically the cameras most associated with the term. The dreamy effects of using toy cameras has been documented in plenty of photo exhibits, such as the annual Krappy Kamera show in the Soho neighborhood of New York. Various publications such as Photography magazine dated Fall of 1977 extolled the virtues of the Diana camera, a toy camera, in its own right as an "art" producing image maker. Several books have also featured the work of toy cameras, such as "The Diana Show, Iowa," and "Angels at the Arno" to name a few. //- from [[Camerapedia.org|http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Toy_camera]] -//
The Diana camera is a so-called "toy camera" that originated in the 1960s produced the Great Wall Plastic Co. in China. The camera was produced under many names for different markets. Some were sold as promotional items (there is a Readers Digest version, for example). Most Dianas use 120 film but some versions of the camera take 127 or 620 film. The lens is plastic with some vignetting in the resulting photographs. Light leaks are a possibility and a lot of users put black tape over the seams to make the cameras leak proof. Each frame is 4cm x 4cm so a roll of 120 film will give you 16 frames. Focusing is done by twisting the lens barrel to 3 zones, 4-6ft, 6-12ft, or 12ft to infinity. //- from [[Camerapedia.org|http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Diana]] -// [img[Camerapedia.org|images/diana.jpg][http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Diana]]
Introduced in 1983, the L35AF was Nikon's very first AF compact. Nikon didn't screw around here: the lens is a FIVE element f/2.8, which is just about as sharp as my 17-35mm f/2.8 AF-S that cost me 150 times as much, without a body! The L35AF also offers in-viewfinder indication of focused distance, so unlike with other point-and shoots you know if you are in focus or not. AF is super-accurate; better than some other AF lenses on my F100. My meter was 1/3 stop off; I set ASA 64 for ISO 50 Velvia. Doing that I get great accuracy for slide film. Heck, the meter seems to be smart enough to compensate for bright whites in daylight. Metering is through the filter, so filter compensation is automatically applied. I usually leave an 81A in place all the time. Heck, it actually does have a 46mm filter thread so you can use real filters, unlike any of the other posh point-and-shoots like the 35Ti or Contax T3. I preferred the L35AF to the other $1,000 point-and-shoots back in 1999 because of the ability to use real filters and the in-viewfinder indication of focused distance. As of 2007 I've been given a Konica Hexar and bought a Nikon 35Ti, which were way too expensive for me back in 1999, but today seem far superior. //- from [[Kenrockwell.com|http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/l35af.htm]] -// [img[Kenrockwell.com|images/l35af.jpg][http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/l35af.htm]]
A very good camera company, almost as good as [[Canon]].
Here is [[a wonderful explanation of RAW|http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/RAW-file-format.htm]] >The RAW file format is digital photography's equivalent of a negative in film photography: it contains untouched, "raw" pixel information straight from the digital camera's sensor. The RAW file format has yet to undergo demosaicing, and so it contains just one red, green, or blue value at each pixel location. Digital cameras normally "develop" this RAW file by converting it into a full color JPEG or TIFF image file, and then store the converted file in your memory card. Digital cameras have to make several interpretive decisions when they develop a RAW file, and so the RAW file format offers you more control over how the final JPEG or TIFF image is generated. This section aims to illustrate the technical advantages of RAW files, and makes suggestions about when to use the RAW file format.
@@color(green):''14 November 2009''@@ - My movies to watch tiddler was getting far too long so I split it into 8 separate tiddlers lexographically. - TomG - ---- @@color(green):''29 January 2009''@@ - I added a fix so the usernames wont show up as undefined, but you will need to clear your cookies for it to take effect. - TomG - ---- @@color(green):''15 April 2008''@@ - Over 200 tiddlers! ---- @@color(green):''10 October 2007''@@ - I've added a plugin to drag [[tiddlers]] up or down like notecards, so they can be arranged in whatever order you like. To do this just mouse over the title of a tiddler, and click and drag it up or down then let go. Hopefully this will make organizing things much easier. ---- @@color(green):''9 October 2007''@@ - [[Doody]] and I Have added a ton of photography information under the befitting name of PhotographyStuff, which is located in the menu to the left. - TomG -
TomG is [[Euicho]], the proprietor of this tiddlywiki and author of [[euicho.com|http://euicho.com]]. I have an [[About Me|http://euicho.com/?page_id=134]] page if you'd like to know more about... well, me! Here are some of the places I frequent: *I blog at http://euicho.com *Twitter at http://twitter.com/euicho *post bookmarks at http://del.icio.us/euicho *post photos at http://flickr.com/photos/euicho *and co-host a (fairly) weekly humor/tech talk-radio show turned podcast at http://tmws.euicho.com *I also have a page with most of the rss feeds from the above sites aggregated at http://euicho.tumblr.com Basically, if you search the InterWobbles for [[Euicho]] you'll find me (^_-)
Doody, aka ThunderDood or MadMan, cannot be summed up by mere words. He must tell us himself: Well, after that introduction from TomG, there is not much more to say. I am a meteorologist who is very interested in photography of all types. I enjoy skateboarding reading and hanging out with my friends. Please check out my photoblog at: [[Madman's Photoblog|http://madmane.euicho.com]] You can also find out more about me, and what I am doing at: [[Doody's Twitter|http://twitter.com/datblonddood]] [[Doody's Pownce|http://pownce.com/datblonddood]]
see [[Doody]]
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Urban Exploration or UrbEx is the act of exploring abandoned or derelict places or structures for the thrill, entertainment, knowledge, and photography. See more here: http://delicious.com/euicho/UrbEx
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!Doody's Cameras: *[[Canon]] [[20d]] (Primary) *[[Seagull]] TLR *[[Nikon]] L35-AF *[[Polaroid]] JobPro (600 film) *[[Fuji]] FinepixA210 *GoProHero 35mm point and shoot with Waterproof housing *[[Kodak]] No2ABrownie *[[Sony]] DSC-F17 Doody wants: Konica Hexar
!!sleepers fish, powr, yipp, roo, helt, lupe !!hyper CHPS, EEEEE !!focused ACFI, EEEEE, kson, ldsc, natn, peop, skbd, swnc, tnpt, tsrc, tnah
InterWobbles is a made up word used jestingly for the internet. !!Evolution #internet / the web #interweb #intarwebs #interwobbles //see also// [[weut!]]
A spelling TomG possibly coined, possibly not, for the exclaimation woot!
A spelling TomG possibly coined, possibly not, for the exclaimation woot!
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IncidentVsReflected MeterForLandscape
From [[this photo.net forum|http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00EEFE]] Differences between incidence and reflected light meters. Tim Armes, Nov 18, 2005; 09:38 a.m. Hi all, I hoping that someone here will be able to explain something to me that's been playing on my mind for a while - the difference in usage between incident and reflacted light meters. I understand that an incidence meter mesures the amount of light falling on a subject, whereas the reflected light meter meters the amount of light being reflected back off the subject, but I don't understand the following: 1) How is the incident meter useful? The reflected light from a metal sheet will be far higher than that off black cloth, even if the light source is the same. Since the incident meter knows nothing of the material, how can it possible give you an exposure level for the object? 2) Why so you have to face the indicence meter at the camera rather than the source when taking a reading? 3) When would you use one type of meter over the other? Why? I ask you to read this article: http://www.ephotozine.com/techniques/viewtechnique.cfm?recid=195 Now, the author says: "... what you want is a situation where the background is 2.5 f/stops brighter than the subject. If your meter will allow you to do this, the very best way is to take a reflected light reading of the background and an incident reading of the subject. The reason for this is that the reflected reading takes into account the colour of the background while the incident reading of the subject is independent of colour and reflectivity." What does the colour of the subject matter when calculating the exposure? How does this achieve the 2.5stop difference? I don't get that at all. He goes on to explain: "...if your meter does not allow you to take reflected light readings, use it in incident mode, both at the background position and at the subject position and adjust diffuser and light until you get the same reading at both positions." Same reading? How will this achieve the 2.5stop difference? "...If you can only take reflected readings use the meter directly at the background, onto an 18 percent grey card at the subject position and aim for the same reading at each position. Starting with a white (ish) background, you will now have a true white background for your images." I'm still lost. The background meters x eV to be rendered 18% grey. The grey card also needs x eV to be rendered 18% grey. Take the photo - grey card against grey background. What am I missing? Thanks for you help, Tim Answers Kelly Flaniganphoto.net patron prolific poster, Nov 18, 2005; 09:56 a.m. The incident meter will give a far better exposure for a snow scene; beach; or hockey rink surface. A refective meter will tend to underexposue; and give you grey snow; a greyish beach; a grey ice rink floor. Reflective meters are will give a decent exposure with a grey object. With a white obeject they underexpose; with a black object they over expose. Many of us old timers jsut still use a refective meter most of the time for casual images; and just bias up or down the exposure; based on experience with white and dark objects. With a refective meter; a dark; grey; and white object will tend to all come out greyish; since you are not using a proper reference in 2 of the 3 cases. Kelly Flaniganphoto.net patron prolific poster, Nov 18, 2005; 10:03 a.m. There can also be NO correct exposure for a "snapshot"; since the lighting ratio is too broad. Here filling the shadows; moving the lights; setting up reflectors will make the scene/photo manageable. In movies a HUGE amount of effort is placed in lighting; and understanding lighting ratios. I feeel folks who only do still photos sometimes get caught up in the "grey card debate" and metering and ignore lighting. The incident meter is common in movie work; copying; product photography; etc to gain control of lighting. Tim Armes, Nov 18, 2005; 10:13 a.m. Hi, Thanks for your responses. I'm so used to the idea of compensating for a reflective meter bases on the subject that I grasped the fact that you don't need to compensate for an incidence meter, good point. Now, how does that work, exactly? The meter knows exactly how much light is needed to produce a correct exposure for a given ISO, and returns a suggested aperture/shutter speed to expose a 18% subject being subjected to the given amount of light? Kelly Flaniganphoto.net patron prolific poster, Nov 18, 2005; 10:16 a.m. The grey card evolved from copying ; process work; and graphic arts before WW2. The white side of the card was a 90 percent reflectance; the reverse on FIFTH the reflectance. This is where the 18 percent number comes from. With weak wimpy early meters; many times the needle barely moved; and reversing the card would move the meter. Thus one could get a reading; and increase the timed copy shot by 5 times. Most shots with these graphic arts cameras are times with a timer; turning off the lights on and off for the exposure. The grey card/white card was used with graphic arts work to get trial exposures and was used in the graphics arts photo industry when FDR was president. The whole saga of "If meters where or where not calibrated for 18% grey cards" didnt existl; there wasnt even a ISO or ASA system before WW2. There was a different system for each meter maker; one for GE; one for Weston meters etc. The ASA sytem was developed for the military during WW2; to cut thru the crap 3 or 4 film speed systems. Your "Defender" film might be Weston 10; Ge 13; Kodak speed 40. Kelly Flaniganphoto.net patron prolific poster, Nov 18, 2005; 10:23 a.m. The white dome of an incident meter is pointed towards the light; it measures the light level. Then magically :) this gives the expsoure level. If the suns output dropped in half; the meter will know. If you read with a reflective meter; the dark uniforms and white uniforms will give different meter readings at a basketball game. If a shot has both sides players; do you expose to make the black team grey; or the white team grey; or make them look correct? Which shot would look best? Kelly Flaniganphoto.net patron prolific poster, Nov 18, 2005; 10:42 a.m. With an old copy camera; the exposure was measured; dialed in; and the first negs seen. Then the SAME exposure might be most of the time used for newspaper; blueprints; bluelines; business cards; flyers; since lighting was the same; controlled with a voltage regulator. With a reflective meter you can be chasing your own tail; each object gives a different exposure; with the lighting fixed. Folks use incident light meters to gain control; reduce scrap; have better yields. In move work the burn rate is many thousands of dollars per hour; gaining control keeps costs in check. Understanding lighting and metering is "KEY" to helping with these costs. There maybe NO exposure that is correct for a scene; because the lighting is toooooo harse. No amount of farting around with 18% grey cards and incident meters will move the lights. The lights and reflectors are moved by a human. Metering is just a tool; changing the lighting requires timing of an outside shot; fill lights; fill flash; or extra lights and reflectors; or moving the subject. Camera makers have sold the public on their XYZ cameras meter will make the killer babe shot with crappy lighting. Lighting requires experimenting; stuff folks rarely do much anymore. Many folks want to "buy" the camera that ABC uses; and ignore the lighting stuff. Even in the 1960's/1970's SLRs were marketed' "its fully automatic; its fully you" - Konica? Guy Hammondphoto.net patron prolific poster, Nov 18, 2005; 10:51 a.m. Aye, the most useful reflective meter is a spot meter. You meter something, decide how many stops above or below the mid-grey you want it, and dial that number in, not the number the meter reads. You would only transcribe a spot meter directly if you pointed it at a grey card (IMHO). jim feldman, Nov 18, 2005; 12:13 p.m. use both! I won't repeat all the good reasons to own an incident meter, but a spot meter is very handy for understanding the dynamic range of your scene. If, after testing with your digi cam/workflow or profiling your film/development process, you know you have say +2.5 and -3 stops of range (center being the 18% mark), then you can predict if you can fit your scene to your process. It also can tell you if you need to bias the exposure up or down to hold shadows or keep highlights from blocking/blowing out. I have two seperate meters, but Sekonic makes a combo. Heller Harrisphoto.net patron, Nov 18, 2005; 01:12 p.m. Sekonic.com: Incident vs Reflective Metering Jonathan Brewer, Nov 18, 2005; 01:44 p.m. Kelly has hit the 'nail on the head', there's exposure and there's lighting, one is incorporated in the consideration of establishing the other, the masters of duplication/establishing a many times naturalistic setting in scene, whether it was Cinematographer Conrad Hall, or Rembrandt, considered where they were going in what they did with their lighting. It's not JUST exposure, but an effort to SUGGEST/SAY something, to show this mood, this time of day, this effect, and in doing that, ultimately you can say there's no such thing as the CORRECT exposure, THERE IS 'looks right', 'looks very interesting', 'I like that effect, how did you do it',....and so forth. See a movie called the 'Conformist', a lighting masterpiece, when watching this movie, consider that most movies are shot w/tungsten balanced film, sensible because when shooting inside on the set, traditionally, the scenes were lit w/tungsten lights, and when the crew moves outside on exteriors, the Asst. Cameraman doesn't have to be told to slap on the 85B in front of the lens, a warm filters which balances the film for the additional blue hitting the scene from the sun. In the 'Conformist', you'll see a then innovative technique, one interior scene is lit w/tungsten lighting, you can see through the windows that it's snowing, it's also blue, because the DP didn't correct for the light coming through the windows, and it looks blue and cold, it looks NATURAL, the shot inside is lit w/tungsten lights, exposed on tungsten balanced film, and the daylight streaming in registers a blue hue, which because it's snowing, accentuates the effect of 'it's cold outside', IT LOOKS RIGHT, because the DP DOESN'T correct for the mismatch between daylight and a tungsten balance film. There's no right or wrong, or correct, only did what you do work, and why you did it. Clay Ransom, Nov 18, 2005; 02:42 p.m. Heres the old exaple were did in school. (If you can get a hold of a 4x5 camera and some b&w polaroid film it helps this example) You have a guy with a black shirt standing infront a black wall. You take a refective meter reading. Its taking a reading of all that black with a little skin and it is make a reading based of 18% grey. The picture is obviously much darker than 18%. So, what the picture is underexposed and the man face is white and lacking detail. The reverse is true also. White shirt, white wall and the mans face is overexposed and very dark. By using the incedent light meter will only read the light that is falling on the subject. Reading the light at 18% grey and giving you the correct exposure. So it reads all the light hitting the subjuct, where that relective meter only picks up the light reflecting off teh subject. Incednet light meter are great in situation where you can get close to a subject. reflective are great for landscapes etc. The best is learn how to use you meters togeather for "proper exposure". I hope this makes since my typing dosent always work like my brain. I hoped it helped. Ben Holland, Nov 18, 2005; 03:37 p.m. Heller, brilliant. I was thinking of the following comparison (I have it in a book), http://sekonic.com/BenefitsOfIncident.html and when I checked your link, the precise images I had in mind were just one link away from there. The most concise demonstration between incident and reflective I've found yet. Tim Armes, Nov 21, 2005; 06:10 a.m. Thank you all for your answers. I now understand from you answers and posted links that the incidence meter effectively acts as a neutral grey subject. You face it towards the camera (and NOT the ligt source and someone else suggested) and it essential tells you the exposition that would be needed to expose a neutral grey subject at that point as a neutral grey subject on the film. With the exposure set, all other objects shoould fall into place - white will be white, black will be black, etc. By facing it at the camera you're considering the light that would be reflected back to the camera from the subject. It's all very simple when the principles are explained. That all said, the other questions that I posed regarding the studio lighting on a budget link still don't make much sense to me. I now understand why the incidence reading should be the same for the foreground and background, but I still don't think that you should aim for the same readings when using a reflected light meter. And I'm still confused by his "very best" method of using an incidence reading on the subject and a reflectance reading on the background. He doesn't actually explain what he's aiming for with each reading (same value or 2.5stops difference) Thanks, Tim
From [[this photo.net forum|http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00DnvR]] metering a landscape russel wong, Oct 08, 2005; 08:58 p.m. i only have a handheld meter (not spot meter) and would like to know how to meter a landscape. also, how do i meter for sunrise/sunset situations that will get me the mood and not neccesarily detail.does fog/mist alter the meter reading? Answers Stephen Lewisphoto.net patron, Oct 08, 2005; 09:20 p.m. Expose for highlights if you're shooting slides, shadows if you're using negative film (particularly B&W). Try to have no more than 5-7 stops difference between the brightest and darkest portions of the scene (so you don't blow the highlights or block the shadows). Mist or fog can alter the situation depending on whether the mist/fog is brighter or darker than the rest of the scene. If you're having trouble discerning just what you're metering, use a substitute object closeby which has the same range of brightness. I used a reflective broad meter (not spot) for the first 15 yrs and never had a problem with landscapes using the above guidelines. Try them out and record on a piece of paper your exposure (shutter & f stop, and what you based your exposure on)) for each shot, after you have the results (slides or prints) visually compare the results against your log to see where you could have improved your results. Before you know it, it will become second nature to you. russel wong, Oct 08, 2005; 09:39 p.m. THANKS STEPHEN.i was referring to BW negs.so u use a reflected reading and not a incident reading? Stephen Lewisphoto.net patron, Oct 08, 2005; 09:59 p.m. Russel - I've used both, although I tend to use reflected readings about 80% of the time and incident readings about 20 % of the time. It really depends on where I am (relative to the scene I'm photographing) and what light I can best measure. A friend who's relatively new to photography borrowed a medium format camera of mine a couple of weeks ago, put in some Velvia 50 and went to try out his skills using a reflective meter and the sunny 16 rule. Last week he brought me the results which included some outstanding sunset shots right on the button along with some daylight landscape shots in semi-wooded/landscaped areas which could have come from a travel magazine. I was astounded at his initial results, and he was a happy camper. We agreed that taking time, thinking through the process, and using a tripod helped him be successful. I'm sure you can achieve the same degree of success. Roger Hicks, Oct 09, 2005; 04:15 a.m. Dear Russel, Use the reflected mode, and 'favour' the shadows, i.e. point the meter towards the darkest area of the scene, without necessarily going out of your way to get close to it. Cheers, Roger (www.rogerandfrances.com -- and take a look at Photo School on that site) Edward Ingoldphoto.net patron prolific poster, Oct 09, 2005; 09:20 a.m. Incident light readings are often the best choice if the subject is close, like closeups in nature or the studio. This is problematic for landscapes, when you generally cannot measure from the subject position. Instead, you must guess that the meter is in the same light or take a reflected reading. Furthermore, landscapes often have a wide brightness range where you desire detail in both shadows and highlights. For that, the best choice is a spot meter and a working knowledge of the Zone System. Since you have an averaging (reflected light?) meter, you can't measure the dynamic range to be captured. The acceptance angle is typically 15 to 30 degrees, or more. In this case, make a judgement whether the scene is dark, light or average, and compensate from your direct reading. If dark, open up 1 or 2 stops, etc. Alternately, measure you hand (or a grey card) held in light similar to the subject. Remember, a bright light or area (cloudy sky) will over-influence your reading. Blue sky is easy - north sky is Zone 5. It takes experience to use a spot meter correctly - it depends on the results you wish and feedback from your results. As a rule of thumb, you want to measure the brightest and darkest areas in which detail is desired. For B&W film, those shadows should be place between Zone 2 and Zone 5 (-3 to 0 stops under reading). The highlights will mostly take care of themselves, but you may have trouble with detail in spots higher than Zone 8 (determined once you have placed the shadows). You can adjust development times with B&W to alter the contrast for more or less dynamic range as needed. With fog or mist, decide whether you see a dark mist, bright mist or average mist, and adjust accordingly from the direct reading. The meter will always render the target as medium grey - Zone 5 - which is generally too dark (underexposed) for the "foggy" effect. For sunsets, again determine what is important. If you meter the sun directly (and it's not off scale), it will be rendered as dark orange, and everything else will be as silhouettes or shadow. If the clouds have detail and color you wish to retain, point away from the sun, perhaps 15 to 30 degrees, to the middle of the area you see as important. It pays to bracket - plus or minus 1 stop increments are close enough for B&W (or negative color). David Senesac, Oct 10, 2005; 05:16 p.m. I use a digital 5-degree spot and incident meter for my large format work. I tend meter landscapes both incident and spot and note readings in EV values. Even though the results of my exposures have been surprisingly accurate I feel it is wise for a landscape photographer to continue gaining regular experience and skill at estimating proper exposures because such can be the most critical part of the photography process. Also the variety of landscape and nature lighting is vast and complex for which a human mind has the potential to improve on any robotic scheme that ever might be devised. I've gotten skilled enough that by my eyes alone I can usually guess pretty accurately what the incident EV reading will show unless it is overcast or early or late in the day. For digital work one can take and immediately look at saved results and then tweak exposure on followup shots. But for conventional film like the Provia 100F I use, one either must bracket or guess accurately. And because 4x5 sheet film and development is pricy, I often choose not to bracket and rather rely on being accurate with just one shot. Just metering parts of a landscape and mathimatically combining the results won't guarantee good results. Landscapes tend to have a considerable range in brightness values. And of course evenly illuminated different colors all meter differently than 18% gray. Also the different colors meter differently if the sun is front lighting the subject or one is using the range of side lighting. Depending on what one considers the important elements in a scene, will also influence an exposure setting. I prefer to read out and think in EV values and later set shutter speed and aperature because relating single numbers to lighting is mentally simple leading to a better grasp for natural lighting. I tend to pay more attention to perpendicular to the sun incident readings because that provides a general indication of the overall lighting from which other readings and scene specifics can be modified. That is especially useful early and late when spot metering off objects or skies can be tricky. Of course one must always rely on comparing the results of exposed film to what settings one used in order to fine tune one's ...guessing. ...David www.davidsenesac.com Jeff Bishop, Oct 12, 2005; 06:28 p.m. Another thought is that if you are shooting slides, I would try to keep the light within three stops. This is still pushing it, as if I remember correctly slides shouldn't exceed a 3:1 light ratio. (Ref: Kodak Pro Photo Guide). The 3:1 ratio is only about 1 2/3rds stop between the brightest and darkest areas. Good luck finding that in nature!
From [[this photo.net forum|http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00DnvR]] metering a landscape russel wong, Oct 08, 2005; 08:58 p.m. i only have a handheld meter (not spot meter) and would like to know how to meter a landscape. also, how do i meter for sunrise/sunset situations that will get me the mood and not neccesarily detail.does fog/mist alter the meter reading? Answers Stephen Lewisphoto.net patron, Oct 08, 2005; 09:20 p.m. Expose for highlights if you're shooting slides, shadows if you're using negative film (particularly B&W). Try to have no more than 5-7 stops difference between the brightest and darkest portions of the scene (so you don't blow the highlights or block the shadows). Mist or fog can alter the situation depending on whether the mist/fog is brighter or darker than the rest of the scene. If you're having trouble discerning just what you're metering, use a substitute object closeby which has the same range of brightness. I used a reflective broad meter (not spot) for the first 15 yrs and never had a problem with landscapes using the above guidelines. Try them out and record on a piece of paper your exposure (shutter & f stop, and what you based your exposure on)) for each shot, after you have the results (slides or prints) visually compare the results against your log to see where you could have improved your results. Before you know it, it will become second nature to you. russel wong, Oct 08, 2005; 09:39 p.m. THANKS STEPHEN.i was referring to BW negs.so u use a reflected reading and not a incident reading? Stephen Lewisphoto.net patron, Oct 08, 2005; 09:59 p.m. Russel - I've used both, although I tend to use reflected readings about 80% of the time and incident readings about 20 % of the time. It really depends on where I am (relative to the scene I'm photographing) and what light I can best measure. A friend who's relatively new to photography borrowed a medium format camera of mine a couple of weeks ago, put in some Velvia 50 and went to try out his skills using a reflective meter and the sunny 16 rule. Last week he brought me the results which included some outstanding sunset shots right on the button along with some daylight landscape shots in semi-wooded/landscaped areas which could have come from a travel magazine. I was astounded at his initial results, and he was a happy camper. We agreed that taking time, thinking through the process, and using a tripod helped him be successful. I'm sure you can achieve the same degree of success. Roger Hicks, Oct 09, 2005; 04:15 a.m. Dear Russel, Use the reflected mode, and 'favour' the shadows, i.e. point the meter towards the darkest area of the scene, without necessarily going out of your way to get close to it. Cheers, Roger (www.rogerandfrances.com -- and take a look at Photo School on that site) Edward Ingoldphoto.net patron prolific poster, Oct 09, 2005; 09:20 a.m. Incident light readings are often the best choice if the subject is close, like closeups in nature or the studio. This is problematic for landscapes, when you generally cannot measure from the subject position. Instead, you must guess that the meter is in the same light or take a reflected reading. Furthermore, landscapes often have a wide brightness range where you desire detail in both shadows and highlights. For that, the best choice is a spot meter and a working knowledge of the Zone System. Since you have an averaging (reflected light?) meter, you can't measure the dynamic range to be captured. The acceptance angle is typically 15 to 30 degrees, or more. In this case, make a judgement whether the scene is dark, light or average, and compensate from your direct reading. If dark, open up 1 or 2 stops, etc. Alternately, measure you hand (or a grey card) held in light similar to the subject. Remember, a bright light or area (cloudy sky) will over-influence your reading. Blue sky is easy - north sky is Zone 5. It takes experience to use a spot meter correctly - it depends on the results you wish and feedback from your results. As a rule of thumb, you want to measure the brightest and darkest areas in which detail is desired. For B&W film, those shadows should be place between Zone 2 and Zone 5 (-3 to 0 stops under reading). The highlights will mostly take care of themselves, but you may have trouble with detail in spots higher than Zone 8 (determined once you have placed the shadows). You can adjust development times with B&W to alter the contrast for more or less dynamic range as needed. With fog or mist, decide whether you see a dark mist, bright mist or average mist, and adjust accordingly from the direct reading. The meter will always render the target as medium grey - Zone 5 - which is generally too dark (underexposed) for the "foggy" effect. For sunsets, again determine what is important. If you meter the sun directly (and it's not off scale), it will be rendered as dark orange, and everything else will be as silhouettes or shadow. If the clouds have detail and color you wish to retain, point away from the sun, perhaps 15 to 30 degrees, to the middle of the area you see as important. It pays to bracket - plus or minus 1 stop increments are close enough for B&W (or negative color). David Senesac, Oct 10, 2005; 05:16 p.m. I use a digital 5-degree spot and incident meter for my large format work. I tend meter landscapes both incident and spot and note readings in EV values. Even though the results of my exposures have been surprisingly accurate I feel it is wise for a landscape photographer to continue gaining regular experience and skill at estimating proper exposures because such can be the most critical part of the photography process. Also the variety of landscape and nature lighting is vast and complex for which a human mind has the potential to improve on any robotic scheme that ever might be devised. I've gotten skilled enough that by my eyes alone I can usually guess pretty accurately what the incident EV reading will show unless it is overcast or early or late in the day. For digital work one can take and immediately look at saved results and then tweak exposure on followup shots. But for conventional film like the Provia 100F I use, one either must bracket or guess accurately. And because 4x5 sheet film and development is pricy, I often choose not to bracket and rather rely on being accurate with just one shot. Just metering parts of a landscape and mathimatically combining the results won't guarantee good results. Landscapes tend to have a considerable range in brightness values. And of course evenly illuminated different colors all meter differently than 18% gray. Also the different colors meter differently if the sun is front lighting the subject or one is using the range of side lighting. Depending on what one considers the important elements in a scene, will also influence an exposure setting. I prefer to read out and think in EV values and later set shutter speed and aperature because relating single numbers to lighting is mentally simple leading to a better grasp for natural lighting. I tend to pay more attention to perpendicular to the sun incident readings because that provides a general indication of the overall lighting from which other readings and scene specifics can be modified. That is especially useful early and late when spot metering off objects or skies can be tricky. Of course one must always rely on comparing the results of exposed film to what settings one used in order to fine tune one's ...guessing. ...David www.davidsenesac.com Jeff Bishop, Oct 12, 2005; 06:28 p.m. Another thought is that if you are shooting slides, I would try to keep the light within three stops. This is still pushing it, as if I remember correctly slides shouldn't exceed a 3:1 light ratio. (Ref: Kodak Pro Photo Guide). The 3:1 ratio is only about 1 2/3rds stop between the brightest and darkest areas. Good luck finding that in nature!
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4Chan is an image board website based on the Japanese 2Chan imageboard. It is host to the infamous and highly offensive [[/b/]] board (where [[Anon]] resides), as well as other interesting though usually [[NSFW]] boards. It started mainly as a sort of english version of 2chan started by moot, a somethingawful.com forum user that saw room for improvement. 4Chan began with mainly Japanese pop culture boards like anime, hentai, comics, etc, but now hosts forums for most any topic of interest to a bored male on the internet. Some women frequent 4Chan but if they post photos of themselves asking if they're pretty or not they immediately get a "TitsOrGTFO!" Dispite its flaws and the horrible people that frequent 4Chan, it is usually so damn funny that you can't help yourself from checking it out when bored on the net (as long as you are able to NEVER take anything on 4Chan seriously). //Note: The owners and contributors to this TiddlyWiki are not racists or pedos. It is the non racist, non pedo stuff on 4chan that is funny. We pay no attention to the rest.// (^_^) !!4Chan Links [[4ChanGlossary]] http://4chan.org - The Main Site http://status.4chan.org - If 4chan is down http://shii.org/2ch/ - The Overchan http://rapidsearch.yi.org/?faq=1 http://party-van.blogspot.com/ [img[ http://www.lurkmore.com/wiki/images/thumb/6/6c/WelcomeTo4chan.png/400px-WelcomeTo4chan.png ]]
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Hallo! This is a glossary for 4Chan terms and memes that aren't immediately obvious. Please feel free to contribute. See the Example4ChanGlossaryEntry for the format of an entry. ^^//note: do not tag [[4Chan]] glossary terms with "definition". Instead use only "4ChanGlossary" with that exact capitalization. Thanks!//
@@color(darkviolet)://noun//@@ Anon is short for Anonymous, referring to the fact that posting on /b/ used to be forcedly anonymous. That is no longer so, but hardly anyone signs posts with a name. You can be the biggest asshole in the world when you are anonymous. !!Usage # Anonymous is legion # Anonymous never forgives # Anonymous can be horrible, senseless, uncaring monster # Anonymous is still able to deliver
//see// [[Anon]]
@@color(darkviolet)://noun, verb//@@ When a meme, thread, or picture is so amazing that you feel it is the funniest thing you have ever seen, and can look back upon it with fondness and still find it funny 2 years later, it was an Epic Win. Otherwise it is just a normal post, a [[Win]], [[Fail]], or perhaps EpicFail. Unfortunately many people throw the term around far too often when they really just mean [[Win]] or just don't know what the hell they are talking about. !!Usage "This thread is an Epic Win!" or "Did you see Matt Epic Win last week? That was amazing!" !!SOME Examples of Epic Wins *[[The 300 meme|http://www.encyclopediadramatica.com/index.php/300]] *[[Epic 4chan threads google search|http://www.google.com/search?q=epic+4chan+threads&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a]] see also [[Win]], [[Fail]], EpicFail
@@color(darkviolet)://verb, noun//@@ When someone attempts to be funny, but is not funny at all, they Fail. Also, their attempt is said to be "a Fail". //see also EpicWin, [[Win]], EpicFail//
@@color(darkviolet)://verb,noun//@@ When a meme, thread, or picture tries for greatness, but falls short in the most abysmally horrible way, it becomes an Epic Fail. Do not confuse Epic Fail with a regular [[Fail]], which would be an attempt at [[Win]] or EpicWin that sucks, or is just retarded, but is not so on a grandiose scale. This is a common error made by so-called "NewFag"s //see also// EpicWin, [[Win]], [[Fail]]
@@color(darkviolet)://verb,noun//@@ When someone make a very funny remark, thread, picture, etc, it becomes a Win. It may not be considered for EpicWin status unless the general consensus of the entire InterWobbles is that it is possibly the most hysterical thing ever. //see also// EpicWin, [[Fail]], EpicFail
@@color(darkviolet)://noun//@@ A Pic Win is a bastardization of EpicWin as pronounced by Shit Talker version 1.2 by Jaundice.
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@@color(darkviolet)://noun//@@ A corruption of "source". Sauce! or SAUCE! is a [[/b/tard]]'s way of asking for the source of an image, usually for porn so that they can [[Fap]] to it.
@@color(darkviolet)://verb,noun//@@ definition goes here. ''Note: usage/examples/see also may be optional'' !!Usage //see also// tiddler-link-goes-here
The Japanese name (meaning "four leaves") of not only 4chan, but a myriad of people, fictional and otherwise. The favorite around 4chan is Yotsuba Koiwai from Azuma Kiyohiko's manga Yotsubato. She is a green-haired girl with 4 short pigtails, and is 4chan's unofficial mascot. [img[ http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/0b/4chan.png ]] From [[www.lurkmore.com/wiki|http://www.lurkmore.com/wiki/index.php?title=Yotsuba]]: > 25794137 > >On 29th of April 2007 some idiot (or possibly a deliberate troll) posted in /b/ a request of Rule 34 on Yotsuba, 4chan's mascot and 404 error icon, calling her "404 girl". This was obviously the result of not LURKING MOAR and was unanimously dubbed "The failest post to ever fail". Since then, a number of trollings using that very same request, in a copypasta manner, were seen on /b/. Since this is a relatively new meme, /b/tards that didn't LURK MOAR often fall for it and take the OP seriously. This results in often funny threads and fetches a few lulz.
@@color(darkviolet)://phrase//@@ Posted to predict that an established meme will soon be posted in the thread, in the form of "In before [meme]." If the predicted meme is indeed posted, a reply of "In after [meme]." may follow. Slightly more rarely, the initial prediction may be replied to with "In with [meme]." or "In during [meme]." It can also be applied to tripfags who have predictable behavior and will often post in such thread that are relevant to their interest.
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@@color(darkviolet)://noun//@@ A term describing the lurkers at [[/b/]]. !!Usage "All the [[/b/]]tards are bogging down 4Chan so I can't read /p/" /b/ = </life> //see also// [[Anon]]
@@color(darkviolet)://verb//@@ To fap, or [[Fapping]] is a euphemism for masturbating !!Usage "Damn! I'd fap to it."
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@@color(darkviolet)://verb,noun//@@ (Japanese, pronounced "sah-geh", short for "sageru", meaning "to lower") On both Futaba and 4chan, placing "sage" in the email field when posting prevents a reply from moving a post to the top of a page. As posts stop being bumped when a certain number of replies (which varies from board to board) is reached, sage can sometimes prevent crappy posts from ever returning to the top of the page. But it usually doesn't, because trolls tend to deliberately bump any saged thread they see. One of the major concepts carried over from 2chan to the other chans, [[Age]] and Sage determine whether a reply will bump a thread to the top of the page. !!Usage Put "sage" in the email field of your reply to a post made of [[Fail]]. //see also// [[Age]]
@@color(darkviolet)://verb,noun//@@ (Japanese, pronounced "ah-gay", short for "ageru", meaning "to raise") The opposite of [[Sage]]. On both Futaba and 4chan, any ordinary reply is an "age", bumping it to the top of the page (at least until a large number of replies have been made). Placing "age" in the in the email field is unnecessary, but is sometimes done to signify a particularly enthusiastic "age". //see also// [[Sage]]
@@color(darkviolet)://phrase//@@ I came is a translation of &#65399;&#65408; Which is the Japanese equivalent to [[Win]], popularised through the series 'Densha Otoko', it means 'Its come', but is usually translated as 'I came'.
@@color(darkviolet)://noun//@@ The 4chan team put them in place a while back, apparently, just for the hell of it. When submitting a post to /b/, any specific word or phrase (typically meme-related ones that are heavily overused) may be changed to something else. The mods make wordfilters out of annoyance at overused memes, for the lulz, or both. !!Wordfilters in /b/ sup == RON PAUL then == than 7chan == 8chan b7 == a random letter a-h followed by a random number 1-8 bring back == down with buttsex == BUTTSEX (displayed in wacky font and background colours) divide by 0 == divide by n (where n=1-9) divided by 0 == divided by n (where n=1-9) duck == egg fatget == I AM A HUGE FAGGOT. PLEASE RAPE MY FACE. ftw, for the win == sucks GNAA == RIAA grinman == bitchtits (as of midnight feb 21 2007) help == he;lp is back == is back (IN POG FORM) moar == more niggers and biscuits == wiggers and triscuits over 9000 == under n (where n<9000) penis == PENIS (displayed in wacky font and background colours) penis penis penis penis penis == PENIS (no background color, rest of post gets removed) rule 34, rule34 == rule (random 10-digit number) stickam == butts terrorism == viral marketing terrorist == mooninite vagina == VAGINA (displayed in wacky font and background colours) zomg == zing {{{:votedrelin:}}} == The code to make the "5" gif appear in a post, if you are a mod. The graphic is a nod to 4chan's secret /5/ board which died. //from www.lurkmore.com//
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!!Unleashed >Most people who d/l the cracked version also need to get the portal fix. If that still doesn't work then try this: >Comment out or remove the line MountCacheManual = 428 in your steamemu.ini file, and make a link (shortcut) to hl2.exe with the following added to the 'target' under the shortcut tab: >{{{-steam -game portal -DXlevel 90}}} !!Dopeman >for everyone who have problem with game where intro plays and then disappears: >Make a shortcut out of hl.exe, goto it's proporties and where it says "C:\whatever\hl2.exe" add there (after ") this: {{{-game portal}}} >when you see whiteness there is no other way than just copy parameters from "My_CoMp_Sucks.bat" file SO: >{{{"C:\whatever\hl2.exe" -game portal -window -dxlevel 81 +mat_forcehardwaresync 0}}}.
@@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ though i'm not such a fan of the zombie master gameplay mechanics @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ one shambler @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ one shotgun shell @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ banshees, which are fast @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ should be comparatively weak @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ hulks which are powerful and strong @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ should be slow.. much slower @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ oh yeah heh @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah definately @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ they get progressively tougher to kill @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ and the weapons suck @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ but i still dig the game @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ right, where banshees should be the weakest @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ but their speed should make them harder to hit @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ shamblers should go down in one shot @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ to the head with a pistol @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ and shotty @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ but not body shots @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ unless its with a shotty point blank @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ which just means adjusting the spread on the shotty @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ Its all just balancing issues in my mind @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah definintely. Well, it is still beta so you should contact the dev team and let them know. @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ it really can be improved with just some config file changes on their part @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ yes and no @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ the speeds sure @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ damamge sure @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ but the hit boxes are another story @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah true. they'd have to adjust the models @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ but hell i'd be happy with speed and damage for now @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ you could change that shit yourself I bet @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ there's probably a config file somwhere that controls that stuff @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ but you'd be permanently banned from steam for cheating @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah hah @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ well, if you could convince the server op to change it then it'd be fine @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ they can change whatever @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ we should really just run our own server off my desktop machine @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ that's true, you could just load a script to make changes to the server @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ with all our input we'd have one of the best servers there @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ in terms of fun @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ Well fuck yeah @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ have the server give hints on what the fuck to do @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ cause new players like me have no idea @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah definitely. i should make a ZM tutorial @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ take some fraps vids and stuff @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ give em a walkthrough @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ There should never be a lack of ammo either @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ that explosion shit should go @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I'm a fan of survival levels though @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ like that apartment block @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ that would be a cool level if it involved more human interaction @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah its too damn big @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ i love the warehouse level cause its pure survivla @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ but appartment is tooo long. if you die near the beginning its like 40 minutes till the level restarts @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ should be 15 or so @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ maybe 25 @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ should have objectives @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ like boarding up windows @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ hoarding food @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ and ammo should def. be at least increased per #players. some maps have ammo for like 4 ppl with 20 ppl playing its ridiculous @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ have an ammo cache @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah. even if you have to like hunt down a randomly spawned key to open teh ammo cache @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ have traps that are time sensitive @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ that way you prepare the house for the zombie invasion @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ but you don't have to worry about it for so long @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah like how ppl block up all the entrances in the backwoods house one @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ and if you want to find supplies you need to go outside @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ where the zombies all are @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ so you use the ammo and venture out in parties, with the lower damamge to clear a path @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ find supplies @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ bring em back to the house @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ and prepare for the next trap @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ have one floor of the house overrun at a time, forcing you to the roof or something @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I think a giant estate level like that would be a lot of fun @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ shit you should create maps @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ heheh @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ ill have to post these suggestions to the developer forum @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ well there is only so much you can do @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ time, energy @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah. a whole level is a big fuckin thing @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ right @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ and how would one begin to do such a thing @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ but it won't hurt to suggest stuff to the dev team anyway @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I have no clue how to mod hl2 levels @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ let alone zm hl2 levels @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah the most we know is that you use hammer heh @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valve_Hammer_Editor @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I could just see the level now @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ but thats like creating your house/lawn in 3d studio max @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ not a small task @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ " Zombies are in the house" @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ "Run motherfucker" @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ hahah @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ well no @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ its probably not hard to model at all @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ the modeling is the easy part @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I do that everyday @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ texturing it @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ well, if you build it i'll script it @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ lol @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ doing the lighting @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ ah yeah @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ scrpting the spawn locations @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ I can deal with scripting. its the 3d modeling/texturing/rendering shit im not so good at @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I'm decent enough at it @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ I think hammer has its own built in modeler anyway @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ yeah it must @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ seems to anyway by the screenshots @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ i think you can just place a light source too and direct it, blender is good that way. @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ we already have hammer since we downloaded the source sdk @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ oh nice @@color(green):euicho@gmail.com/work:@@ then i may play with it later today @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ but we mights needs to finds some better documentation @@color(red):Jesse Haines:@@ the ones I can find are all dated
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I am so mad that I would punch jesus in the face. -Sam Y.- "that was a close one bob. good thing you've got that prehensile penis" -Zach- WWZD? not a god-damned thing -Zach- Florida, its to old people what cliffs are to lemmings -Zach- he's not the best accountant in the jewish phonebook -Zach- I don't have a beef with the deaf, but it's hard to learn with a person standing 3 feet from you and looking like she's having a sock-puppet fight with herself. -Jesse- "A Kabillion Friggabytes of RAM" -Jason- emo girls care about themselves, they are just mad nobody else does. -Jesse- (15:43:15) tommyboyg: you could make a "sorry you suck at life" card for hallmark (15:43:34) ScatterBrained J: That's a good idea.. the sorry your so emo card (15:43:42) tommyboyg: yeah lol (15:43:56) ScatterBrained J: on the inside it would say, we're sorry you suck and all but get the fuck over it (15:43:58) ScatterBrained J: loser (15:44:15) ScatterBrained J: then it would it spit at them, with your own saliva... thats how cool it would be (15:44:21) tommyboyg: "oh, oh, im sorry, don't go kill your sorry ass like your friend did" (15:44:26) ScatterBrained J: hahah (15:44:40) ScatterBrained J: No really I dare you not to use this pre packaged razor blade (15:44:45) ScatterBrained J: if your loser ass could open it (15:44:50) tommyboyg: rofl (15:45:06) ScatterBrained J: wow, emo kids suck (15:45:15) tommyboyg: yes. yes they do.
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!Tom's Cameras: *OlympusE330 *Leica IIIc Rangefinder *CanonTX 35mm SLR *MinoltaX-370 35mm SLR *Minolta110ZoomSLR *KodakBrownieFiesta *[[Polaroid]] Land Camera (600 film) *[[Seagull]] GC-105 *KodakInstamatic500 !!!Lenses: *Olympus Zuiko 14-45mm 1:3.5-5.6 *Canon Zoom FD 100-200mm 1:5.6 *Canon FD 50mm 1:1.8 *Sigma ~Zoom-Master 35~70mm 1:2.8~4 *Montgomery Ward 67-503 Auto Zoom 1:3.8 85~205mm (minolta) *Vivitar RL Edition 28mm 1:2.8 Close Focus MC (minolta) *Deitz Auto Teleconverter 3X (minolta)
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This is an old Leica rangefinder camera. It was quite popular in scientific photography. More information: http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Leica_IIIc [img[http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1024/1470485148_26380efd5c.jpg]]
The Canon TX is a 35mm SLR More information can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_TX [img[http://www.collection-appareils.fr/canon/images/Canon_TX.jpg]]
The Minolta 110 Zoom SLR is a weird one. It's the first 110 camera I ever saw that took 110 film, and the first 110 I ever saw that had a zoom lens. More info here: http://camerapedia.org/wiki/Minolta_110_Zoom_SLR [img[http://farm1.static.flickr.com/82/271896435_8100e093f8.jpg]]
The Minolta X-370 is a manual-focus 35mm SLR More info: http://www.pbase.com/cameras/minolta/x_370 [img[http://waynenet.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/x370.jpg]]
The Kodak Instamatic 500 is a 126 film cartridge camera. The film is only made by a few custom companies and developed at a select range of camera shops. More info: http://camerapedia.org/wiki/Kodak_Instamatic_500 [img[http://farm1.static.flickr.com/89/271885559_d2075adcbd.jpg]]
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!!Areas/Components * Places > -- List of sites as excerpts with photo for each * Separate pages for each area we explore > -- Videos > -- Perhaps a members-only location/maps/beta area * About area (No specific/personal/identifying info) > -- about the website > -- mission statement/motivations > -- what we do/don't do * Education/Etiquette * Map !!Inspiration * http://atlasobscura.com/ * http://sub-urban.com * http://www.undercity.org/ * http://sleepycity.net/ * http://www.forbidden-places.net/explo1.php * http://www.urbex.nl/portal.php * http://www.urbanexplorers.net/ * http://www.stuofdoom.com/ * http://zonetour.org/ * http://infiltration.org * http://www.jinxmagazine.com/ !!Logo or Patch Idea Seal like the USA seal, but a raven who's claws are clutching an old camera and some decaying matter or other urbex tool(s). sense of decay, rust, etc in the background. See http://www.vecteezy.com/vf/515-Eagle-Seal for example !!To Do/Ideas * get added to directores and search engines! infiltration has a small directory with BEG, we need to get added. focus on content high info density ease of use easy navigability use whitespace to frame content ALSO: Big-picture style galleries
!Things to do when you're bored: WebComics http://www.ted.com http://www.nbc.com/merlin/video/categories/season-1/1127742/ http://www.popularmechanics.com/home_journal/how_to/4284709.html?page=2 http://www.drhorrible.com/ http://www.surfthechannel.com/info/documentaries/Freedom_Downtime/31415/The+Story+of+Kelvin+Mitnick.html?aid=14193javascript:; http://www.rocketboom.com/category/know-your-meme/ http://englishrussia.com/?p=1479 http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a?topic_id=1
batteries: percentage clocks! lockscreens: weather widget http://iphoneoverdose.com/tag/winterboard-themes/ http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=3185 http://www.appleiphoneschool.com/2008/11/22/winterboard-mods-5/ http://www.hackthatphone.com/3x/themes_with_winterboard.html
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* Make a will. * Pay off your credit cards. * Get term life insurance if you have a family to support. * Fund your 401(k) to the maximum. * Fund your IRA to the maximum. * Buy a house if you want to live in a house and can afford it. * Put six months' worth of expenses in a money market account. * Take whatever money is left over and invest 70% in a stock index fund and 30% in a bond fund through any discount broker, and never touch it until retirement. * If any of this confuses you, or you have something special going on (retirement, college planning, tax issues), hire a fee-based financial planner.
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Lancifolia Camellia Canada Hemlock Canary Date Palm Candle Plant Candycorn Plant Canna Lily Canterbury Bell Cape Jasmine Cape Primrose Carob Tree Carob Caroba Carobinha Carolina Hemlock Carrion Flower Carrot Fern Carrot Flower Casaba Melon Cast Iron Plant Cat Ear Cat Grass Catnip Cattleya Celosia Chamaedorean Humilis Chicken Gizzard Plant Chinese Fan Palm Chinese Plumbago Chlorophytum Chlorophytum Bichetii Chocolate Soldier Plant Christmas Dagger Fern Christmas Palm Christmas Orchid Cinnamon jasmine Cinquefoil Cirrhopetalum Clearweed Cliff Brake Fern Club Moss Cockscomb Coleus Common Staghorn Fern Confederate Jasmine Coolwort Copperleaf Coral Ardisia Coral Bells Cornflower Crape Myrtle Crataegus Phaenopyrum Crataegus Creeping Charlie Creeping Gloxinia Creeping Jenny Creeping Mahonia Creeping Pilea Creeping Rubus Creeping Zinnia Crepe Myrtle Crimson Bottlebush Crimson Cup Crossandra Cucumber Cushion Moss Cushon Aloe Cyrtudeira Reptans Dancing Doll Orchid Donkey Tail Dwarf Date Palm 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Kenilworth Ivy Kentia Palm Kenya Palm Kenya Violet Kharoub King and Queen Fern King of the Forest King Nut Kuang-yen- pa-hsieh Lace Flower Vine Lace Orchid Ladies Ear Drops Lady Lou Lady Palm Lagerstroemia Indica Lance Pleumele Large Lady Palm Leather Peperomia Lemon Bottlebrush Leng-fen tu'an Leopard Orchid Leopard Lily Lesser Snapdragon Lily of the Valley Orchid Linden Lipstick Plant Little Fantasy Peperomia Little Zebra Plant Living Rock Cactus Living Stones Locust Pods Lou-lang-t'ou Luther Madagascar Jasmine Magnolia Bush Mahonia Aquifolium Malabar Gourd Malaysian Dracaema Manila Palm Mapleleaf Begonia Maranta Marbled Fingernail Mariposa Lily Maroon Mary-Bud Measles Plant Melons Metallic Peperomia Metallic Leaf Begonia Mexican Firecracker Mexican Snowballs Mexican Rosettes Minature Maranta Minature Marble Plant Minature Fish Tail Miniature Date Palm Mistletoe Cactus Mockernut Hickory Mosaic Plant Mosiac Vase Moss Phlox Moss Agate Moss Rose Moss Campion Moss Fern Mossy Campion Mother Fern Mother of Pearl Plant Mother Spleenwort Mountain Camellia Mountain Grape Mulberry Bush Musa Paradisiaca Muscari spp. Muscari Armeniacum Muskmellon Narrow Leafed Pleomele Natal Plum Neanthe Bella palm Neanthebella Nematanthus spp. Neoregelia Nephrolepsis Nerve Plant New Silver and Bronze Night Blooming Cereus Odontoglossum spp. Old World Orchid Old Man Cactus Orange Star Oregon Grape Ossifragi Vase Paddys Wig Painted Lady Palm Lily Pampus Grass Panamiga Pansy Orchid Paradise Palm Parlor Plant Parlor Palm Parsley Fern Peace Begonia Peacock Plant Pearl Plant Pearly Dots Peperomia Peltifolia Peperomia Rotundifolia Peperomia Fosteri Peperomia Sandersii Peperomia Hederifolia Pepper Face Persian Violet Pheasant Plant Piggy Back Plant Pigmy Date Palm Pignut Hickory Pignut Pilea Microphylla Pilea Mucosa Pink Polka Dot Plant Pink Pearl Pink Starlite Pink Brocade Pirliteiro Pitaya Plantanus Occidentalis Plantanus Orientalis Platinum Peperomia Platycerium Alicicorne Plumbago Larpentiae Plush Plant Polka Dot Plant Polystichum Falcatum Pony Tail Porcelain Flower Pot Marigold Prairie Snowball Prairie Lily Prayer Plant Prickly Bottlebrush Prostrate Coleus Purple Waffle Plant Purple Baby Tears Purple Passion Vine Purpleosier Willow Queencup Queens Spiderwort Queensland Arrowroot Rabbits Foot Fern Rainbow Orchid Red African Violet Red Veined Prayer Plant Red Berried Greenbrier Red Hawthorne Red Palm Lily Red Edge Peperomia Reed Palm Resurrection Lily Rex Begonia Rhynchophorum Ribbon Plant Roosevelt Fern Royal Velvet Plant Rubber Plant, Baby Russian Olive Saffron Spike Zebra Saint Bernards Lily Sand Lily Sand Verbena Satin Pellionia Sawbrier Scabious Scarborough Lily Scarlet Orchid Scarlet Sage Sego Lily Shagbark Hickory Shan ku'ei-lai Shellbark Hickory Shiny Leaf Smilax Shrimp Cactus Silver Nerve Plant Silver Table Fern Silver Pink Vine Silver Bell Silver Heart Silver Star Silver Berry Silver-Leaf Peperomia Silver Tree Anamiga Slender Deutzia Small Fruited Hickory Smilax Tamnoides Vas Hispida Speckled Wood Lily Spice Orchid Spider Ivy Spider Plant Spotted Laurel Squarenut Squirrels Foot Fern Star Jasmine Star Plant Star Tulip Star Window Plant Star Lily Strawberry Striped Blushing Sugar Pods Sulfur Flower Summer Hyacinth Swedish Ivy Sweet William Sweetheart Peperomia Sweetheart Hoya Sword Fern Tahitian Bridal Veil Tailed Orchid Tall Feather Fern Tall Mahonia Teasel Gourd Texas Sage Thea Japonica Thimble Cactus Thorn Apple Ti Hu-Ling Tiger Orchid Toad Spotted Cactus Torch Lily Tous-Les-Mois Trailing Peperomia Tree Cactus Tree Gloxinia Tropical Moss True Cantalope Tu Fu-Ling Tulip Poplar Tulip Tree Turban Squash Turf Lily Umbrella Plant Urbinia Agavoides Usambara Violet Variegated Philodendron Leaf Peperomia Variegated Wax Plant Variegated Wandering Jew Variegated Oval Leaf Peperomia Variegated Laurel Velvet Plant Venus Fly Trap Verona Fern Verona Lace Fern Vining Peperomia Violet Slipper Gloxinia Waffle Plant Walking Anthericum Washington Hawthorn Water 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When I was a child my family moved to a big old two-floor house, with big empty rooms and creaking floorboards. Both my parents worked so I was often alone when I came home from school. One early evening when I came home the house was still dark. I called out, "Mum?" and heard her sing song voice say "Yeeeeees?" from upstairs. I called her again as I climbed the stairs to see which room she was in, and again got the same "Yeeeeees?" reply. We were decorating at the time, and I didn't know my way around the maze of rooms but she was in one of the far ones, right down the hall. I felt uneasy, but I figured that was only natural so I rushed forward to see my mum, knowing that her presence would calm my fears, as a mother's presence always does. Just as I reached for the handle of the door to let myself in to the room I heard the front door downstairs open and my mother call "Sweetie, are you home?" in a cheery voice. I jumped back, startled and ran down the stairs to her, but as I glanced back from the top of the stairs, the door to the room slowly opened a crack. For a brief moment, I saw something strange in there, and I don't know what it was, but it was staring at me.
There was a hunter in the woods, who, after a long day hunting, was in the middle of an immense forest. It was getting dark, and having lost his bearings, he decided to head in one direction until he was clear of the increasingly oppressive foliage. After what seemed like hours, he came across a cabin in a small clearing. Realizing how dark it had grown, he decided to see if he could stay there for the night. He approached, and found the door ajar. Nobody was inside. The hunter flopped down on the single bed, deciding to explain himself to the owner in the morning. As he looked around the inside of the cabin, he was surprised to see the walls adorned by several portraits, all painted in incredible detail. Without exception, they appeared to be staring down at him, their features twisted into looks of hatred and malice. Staring back, he grew increasingly uncomfortable. Making a concerted effort to ignore the many hateful faces, he turned to face the wall, and exhausted, he fell into a restless sleep. The next morning, the hunter awoke - he turned, blinking in unexpected sunlight. Looking up, he discovered that the cabin had no portraits, only windows.
You are home alone, and you hear on the news about the profile of a murderer who is on the loose. You look out the sliding glass doors to your backyard, and you notice a man standing out in the snow. He fits the profile of the murderer exactly, and he is smiling at you. You gulp, picking up the phone to your right and dialing 911. You look back out the glass as you press the phone to your ear, and notice he is much closer to you now. You then drop the phone in shock. There are no footprints in the snow. It's his reflection.
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The following is an archived forum conversation from four or five years ago. Good luck. Candle Cove ~NetNostalgia Forum - Television (local) Skyshale033 Subject: Candle Cove local kid's show? Does anyone remember this kid's show? It was called Candle Cove and I must have been 6 or 7, I never found reference to it anywhere so I think it was on a local station around 1971 or 1972. I lived in Ironton at the time. I don't remember which station, but I do remember it was on at a weird time, like 4:00 PM. mike_painter65 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? it seems really familiar to me.....i grew up outside of ashland and was 9 yrs old in 72. candle cov...wasit about pirates? i remember a pirate marionete at the mouth of a cave talking to a little girl Skyshale033 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? YES! Okay I'm not crazy! I remember Pirate Percy. I was always kind of scared of him. He looked like he was built from parts of other dolls, real low-budget. His head was an old porcelain baby doll, looked like an antique that didn't belong on the body. I don't remember what station this was! I don't think it was WTSF though. Jaren_2005 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? Sorry to ressurect this old thread but I know exactly what show you mean, Skyshale. I think Candle Cove ran for only a couple months in '71, not '72. I was 12 and I watched it a few times with my brother. It was channel 58, whatever station that was. My mom would let me switch to it after the news- Let me see what I remember. It took place in Candle cove, and it was about a little girl who imagined herself to be friends with pirates. The pirate ship was called the Laughingstock, and Pirate Percy wasn't a very good pirate because he got scared too easily. And there was calliope music constantly playing. Don't remember the girl's name. Janice or Jade or something. Think it was Janice. Skyshale033 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? Thank you Jaren!!! Memories flooded back when you mentioned the Laughingstock and channel 58. I remember the bow of the ship was a wooden smiling face, with the lower jaw submerged. It looked like it was swallowing the sea and it had that awful Ed Wynn voice and laugh. I especially remember how jarring it was when they switched from the wooden/plastic model, to the foam puppet version of the head that talked. mike_painter65 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? ha ha i remember now too. :) do you remember this part skyshale: "you have...to go...INSIDE" Skyshale033 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? Ugh mike, I got a chill reading that. Yes I remember. That's what the ship always told Percy when there was a spooky place he had to go in, like a cave or a dark room where the treasure was. And the camera would push in on Laughingstock's face with each pause. YOU HAVE... TO GO... INSIDE. With his two eyes askew and that flopping foam jaw and the fishing line that opened and closed it. Ugh. It just looked so cheap and awful. You guys remember the villain? He had a face that was just a handlebar mustache above really tall, narrow teeth. kevin_hart Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? i honestly, honestly thought the villain was pirate percy- i was about 5 when this show was on. nightmare fuel. Jaren_2005 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? That wasn't the villain, the puppet with the mustache. That was the villain's sidekick, Horace Horrible. He had a monocle too, but it was on top of the mustache. I used to think that meant he had only one eye. But yeah, the villain was another marionette. The Skin-Taker. I can't believe what they let us watch back then. kevin_hart Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? jesus h. christ, the skin taker. what kind of a kids show were we watching? i seriously could not look at the screen when the skin taker showed up. he just descended out of nowhere on his strings, just a dirty skeleton wearing that brown top hat and cape. and his glass eyes that were too big for his skull. christ almighty. Skyshale033 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? Wasn't his top hat and cloak all sewn up crazily? Was that supposed to be children's skin?? mike_painter65 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? yeah i think so. rememer his mouth didn't open and close, his jaw just slid back and foth. i remember the little girl said "why does your mouth move like that" and the skin-taker didn't look at the girl but at the camera and said "TO GRIND YOUR SKIN" Skyshale033 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? I'm so relieved that other people remember this terrible show! I used to have this awful memory, a bad dream I had where the opening jingle ended, the show faded in from black, and all the characters were there, but the camera was just cutting to each of their faces, and they were just screaming, and the puppets and marionettes were flailing spastically, and just all screaming, screaming- The girl was just moaning and crying like she had been through hours of this- I woke up many times from that nightmare- I used to wet the bed when I had kevin_hart Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? i don't think that was a dream. i remember that. i remember that was an episode. Skyshale033 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? No no no, not possible. There was no plot or anything, I mean literally just standing in place crying and screaming for the whole show. kevin_hart Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? maybe i'm manufacturing the memory because you said that, but i swear to god i remember seeing what you described. they just screamed. Jaren 2005 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? Oh God. Yes. The little girl, Janice, I remember seeing her shake. And the Skin-Taker screaming through his gnashing teeth, his jaw careening so wildly I thought it would come off its wire hinges. I turned it off and it was the last time I watched. I ran to tell my brother and we didn't have the courage to turn it back on. mike_painter65 Subject: Re: Candle Cove local kid's show? i visited my mom today at the nursing home. i asked her about when i was littel in the early 70s, when i was 8 or 9 and if she remebered a kid's show, candle cove. she said she was suprised i could remember that and i asked why, and she said "because i used to think it was so strange that you said 'i'm gona go watch candle cove now mom' and then you would tune the tv to static and juts watch dead air for 30 minutes. you had a big imagination with your little pirate show."
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