My work here is done.
Always reblog corgis. Especially if you spend far too much time making smart ass remarks about your best friends’ corgis in various social media.
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Remember, if you move to England, I will come and live in your closet. :D
AND WRITE STORIES AND DRINK TEA AND GO FOR RAINY WALKS
…I will find an appropriately large closet.
Something with a window would be nice. Although I’m not sure you can have windows in a closet.
RETURN OF THE BABY WOMBAT
Always reblog the baby wombat.
I have this thing about wombats, as seen in my username elsewhere.
Don’t ask. Well. It’s like the potato thing. I can’t even remember how it started.
So, I’d like a new avatar of my Shepard (as much as I worship the Kiara Hawke that my most wonderful this-is-a-kindness made for me—AND I DO—I feel it’s time for a change).
Which likely means commissioning some art (I will cross that bridge when I come to it!).
But to get a good likeness, I need some good references.
And to get good references, I need to go begging to someone with a PC because I’ve tweaked Grace’s appearance since the last time I was at ‘Nista’s and borrowed HER PC to take screenshots.
(Let us not go into the fact that I cannot, for the life of me, fix the heavy puffy brow/eyelid thing that drives me bananas, and though I love her lips at rest, the animation’s weird. Character creator, why must you hate me?)
I don’t suppose any of you PC gamers could help a desperate console player out?
(The ME3 face code is 751.DFL.JE7.W71.AGJ.11K.IDA.843.F45.1H3.AFC.576 Email’s tarysande@gmail)
I WOULD BE EVER SO GRATEFUL. <3
I suspect someone will get to this before I get home from work (in approximately 7 hours oh GOD), but, if not, I’ll do it for you. :)
Vanishing Point: Question to people who have used Scriviner- does it have any...
Question to people who have used Scriviner- does it have any portability or cloud saving?
One of the features of GoogleDocs that I’ve grown used to is my chapters and WIPs are anywhere I have internet access. I work on them at work when I have spare time, or at home between my lappy and my main…
Not inherently, no, but you can work around it. I have all my Scrivener files saved to my Dropbox, so I can work on my writing from any computer that has Scrivener installed. Since it’s all the same file in Dropbox, it stays current.
I have the vague recollection that one of my friends has a set-up that syncs her Scrivener files to Google Docs, but I may have misunderstood her on that.
I’ve been using Scrivener for a long time (try seven years, eight—unpublished—novels, depending on how you count them, over a million words and oh god I better stop before I depress myself), but, er, I’ve used it a lot. I don’t even use most of the features, but I think very highly of it. No other program’s ever worked as well for me for writing, and I’ve test-drove a number of them.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL I REPEAT THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
STEVEN MOFFAT HAS CONFIRMED THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY EPISODE WILL CONTAIN ALL 11 DOCTORS.
NO FUCKING WAY!!!
I love random surprises like these.
Or, it could be old debunked rumors resurfacing TO BREAK MY HEART.
I am actually horribly amused at how often I’ve seen that link, despite the fact it was quickly debunked, and the article was, in fact, edited to include that fact. (Not just you, sweetie; I’ve seen it lots of places.)
I love these posters, though. (And David Tennant’s hand. Wait. I didn’t say that out loud.)
(I don’t know. Sometimes it just needs to be said.)
I have finally finished writing the book that I’ve been working on for the past six months.
I now have time, for a while at least, to spend doing frivolous things like, say, writing fanfic.
Or, as is more likely, watching TV while cuddling the cat.
Francis Alÿs, Nightwatch, 2004.
Surveillance cameras observe a fox exploring the Tudor and Georgian rooms of the National Portrait Gallery at night.
The Tudor and Georgian galleries are on the top floor. The fox must have gone up the escalator!