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Posted on 17. Feb, 2012 by Brianna Rainey.
Disclaimer: I am not a professional. I’m a guy who likes computers and has little to no money to waste on repairs. Don’t blame me if you screw up your laptop doing this. It WILL void the warranty.
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Posted on 28. Nov, 2010 by Brianna Rainey.
If you’re like most people, you’re probably dreading the night before the deadline, when you finally get around to actually writing that essay. But I actually think essays are a great genre of writing; they’re just frequently maligned by people who either get disheartened with lame topic assignments, or people who just don’t like writing in the first place. I think a lot of people look at it from the wrong perspective: this is your only chance to argue with the prof without getting an automatic F, after all.
Posted on 08. Dec, 2009 by Brianna Rainey.
This tutorial will be about conversations, one of the most important elements in many movies. It might seem as simple as lining up the correct takes, but there’s a bit more to it than that. The audience will spot any slight timing mistakes, so you have to make sure everything is perfect. But what is “perfect” for a conversation?
Posted on 02. Nov, 2009 by Jason Hicks.
Salvia divinorum isn’t a party drug. Any tool that has the potential to give you a microscope view into your unconsciousness is exactly that: a tool. You need a reason to want to take a drug such as this – to gain insight into personal issues, interpret the world differently — but if you’re expecting a cheap buzz, you will be sorely disappointed.