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Posted by Sushipunk on May-16-2012 08:53:

quote:
Originally posted by Moongoose
Well the one person that does it properly is this kind of an artsy girl with a distinctive look, and her pics just look like they belong. If i didnt know her pesonaly, i would swear that some of those pics were actualy taken back then when all photos looked like that.


On the other hand an oversaturated, overcoloured instagram "artsy" pic of someones 2008 beige volvo just pisses me off Or an example from about 15 minutes ago, a pic of a friend from work, where she works as a hostes at a trade fair thats on at the moment...again an instagram pic of you in front of some 50" plasma flatscreens just doesnt belong


I love Instagram. I've never used it, and have no intention of signing up either.

The way I see it, the more shit quality photos out there, in the boom-time of digital photo post-processing, the better my own pics look without being altered at all

And, aside from cropping, I don't fuck with my own pics much at all.


Posted by Lilith on May-16-2012 10:46:

Amount of money you spend on cameras and bits they'd damn well want to work first time, every time!


Posted by Lagrangian on May-16-2012 13:47:

My client did not agree to buy Monotouch for the app I've been asked to develop. Which means, I have to do pure objective C


Posted by Silky Johnson on May-16-2012 16:31:

quote:
Originally posted by Yohan
i know you're many things, but i didn't know you were female jesus. that is so cool. can i have your autograph?




Well it isn't just me. A whole team of people are involved in code situations. It isn't actually that big of a deal. Do some CPR, give some life saving drugs, use defibrillation, etc. My first day on the floor when I started this job I had to do compressions...I had such good rhythm going that the doc said "This patient has a pulse!" It's cause of all that rave music I listen to.


Posted by Silky Johnson on May-16-2012 16:31:

....


Posted by Joss Weatherby on May-16-2012 18:49:

apparently such good rhythm you can double post and not even think about it.


Posted by Silky Johnson on May-16-2012 19:47:

I know. I'm posting from my phone.


Posted by zyklon-jay on May-16-2012 19:50:

ta 2.0 is better anyway


Posted by tubularbills on May-17-2012 01:38:

WAT


Posted by Moongoose on May-17-2012 12:58:

Heres a short tutorial on how to ruin a perfectly good Samsung Galaxy S2 that was working perfectly only an hour ago.


Update it so that it runs ICS.




Congratulations, what used to be a great phone is now a piece of crap.


Posted by Joss Weatherby on May-17-2012 12:59:

Hrmm why the fuck am I still up.


Posted by Mattsanity. on May-17-2012 14:56:

As a christian, fuck you. (not directed to Joss)


Posted by Halcyon+On+On on May-17-2012 15:25:

That wasn't very lady-like!


Posted by Mattsanity. on May-17-2012 15:36:

I'm so sensitive


Posted by Mattsanity. on May-17-2012 16:11:

I'm going to post a picture of myself from the chest up.


Posted by itsamemario on May-17-2012 16:24:

so yah i think there's a stalker outside my house. although she could maybe just be waiting for the bus but she's been there for an hour and i don't think there are any busses going today. what to do?


Posted by Fledz on May-18-2012 09:11:

Oh hai


Posted by lacksesepsotygh on May-18-2012 09:16:


Posted by EddieZilker on May-21-2012 01:42:

Stress level is really high, right now. I wish I could say what it was but I can't. Got 2 A's and a B, this semester, so I sort of figured I was on top of things but now... not so much.


Posted by Lagrangian on May-21-2012 01:44:

you're fine, stop being such a pansy.

unless you're risking a scholarship, B's are ok to get. If it bothers you that much, meditate on what could've gone wrong, and act proactively. Try to understand how you learn best.

I salute your pursuit of education at an advanced age, best of luck.


Posted by EddieZilker on May-21-2012 01:48:

quote:
Originally posted by Lagrangian
you're fine, stop being such a pansy.


Oh, you have no idea. Most people don't. I'd tell you to fuck off but I don't feel that being mean will provide any relief. And I probably will be fine but for now, I'm just fucking stressed.


Posted by Lagrangian on May-21-2012 01:55:

quote:
Originally posted by EddieZilker
Oh, you have no idea. Most people don't. I'd tell you to fuck off but I don't feel that being mean will provide any relief. And I probably will be fine but for now, I'm just fucking stressed.


Academic Success is not solely measured by how many A's you have, what is of utmost importance is that you master the material being taught, and by the end of the semester you have grown as a student.

Granted, you must study hard to get As, but sometimes you might fail to answer a couple of questions correctly, so you might get Bs, or even C's. You can't always control that.


Posted by EddieZilker on May-21-2012 02:12:

quote:
Originally posted by Lagrangian
Academic Success is not solely measured by how many A's you have, what is of utmost importance is that you master the material being taught, and by the end of the semester you have grown as a student.

Granted, you must study hard to get As, but sometimes you might fail to answer a couple of questions correctly, so you might get Bs, or even C's. You can't always control that.


School was really more of a distraction from what was really stressful. I definitely coasted through this first year; made A's on most of my tests and all of the major projects. It didn't require much studying beyond taking notes in class but school is done until next fall when it should get quite a bit more interesting.

The stuff that's stressful has been going on for years. It's one of the motivating factors for returning to school. But tonight, just got some news that doesn't bode well for any long-term, let alone near-term, reduction in that stress.


Michigan is a beautiful state, but I am really resenting the fuck out of my experience here.


Posted by Lagrangian on May-21-2012 03:23:

quote:
Originally posted by EddieZilker
School was really more of a distraction from what was really stressful. I definitely coasted through this first year; made A's on most of my tests and all of the major projects. It didn't require much studying beyond taking notes in class but school is done until next fall when it should get quite a bit more interesting.

The stuff that's stressful has been going on for years. It's one of the motivating factors for returning to school. But tonight, just got some news that doesn't bode well for any long-term, let alone near-term, reduction in that stress.


Michigan is a beautiful state, but I am really resenting the fuck out of my experience here.


Keep going, I'm sorry for using the term 'advanced age' so loosely. Hopefully you'll be able to get through the hardship, I wish you the best of luck in your studies.

Speaking of age, I am dating someone from 1973 (39) and its awesome. I had always felt out of place with most people around my age (yes, eddie, not everyone thinks i'm a nutjob) but with older people i seem to get along quite well.

Michigan is indeed a beautiful state, I went to school in a neighboring state, not too far from where you are. The midwest can be incredibly warm and welcoming, true Americana.

reasons for editing: date


Posted by Lira on May-21-2012 06:07:

Some guy recorded a fatal accident a few kilometres away from where I live. The (now deceased) driver nearly ran over dozens of pedestrians in a marathon, but rear ended a bus instead. I can't believe how fast this guy was driving in that area, it's nuts.


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