A wild espurr appeared!!! You have no options but to catch it

margaretthemagicdragon:

Tumblr Calender 

kittyprydeful:

awonderfulaverage:

kittyprydeful:

i hate coding mini profiles

[BUST THROUGH YOUR WINDOW] DID YOU SAY CODE???

I THOUGHT THAT YOU KNEW THAT I PLAY AROUND WITH HTML AND CSS AS A HOBBY

I KNOW YOU DO I JUST WANTED TO BUST THROUGH THE WINDOW BECAUSE CODE

entous-art:

Madara, prepare for a severe beating.

kittyprydeful:

i hate coding mini profiles

[BUST THROUGH YOUR WINDOW] DID YOU SAY CODE???

Reblog if you identify as asexual

emerald-world:

Please reblog if you identify as asexual, grey-asexual or demisexual

If you are NOT asexual, grey-asexual, or demisexual but still believe it is a legitimate sexuality reblog THIS post

I’m preparing to come out to my parents

leftforbed:

leftforbed:

mcsnuggie:

true self control is waiting until the movie starts to eat your popcorn

why would the movie eat my popcorn

nevermind i get it

flynnabob:

Just look at how his boobs jiggle

11 FREE mindmapping software packages

datadreaming:

From lifehack.org
Free Mindmapping Software
Easy Linking, Drag & Drop Files Search, Publishing, HTML Expor

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Mind mapping is a way of taking notes, capturing ideas, exploring concepts and breaking down information into a more readily understood format. It’s a place where visual representations and written representations of things merge to create something that is more natural to the mind; it works with and represents the way we think, where as paragraph-based text is not representative of the thought process at all.

There are a million and one uses for mind mapping. You can use it to study for a big exam. You can use it brainstorm new article ideas, or flesh out what needs to be covered in the business plan for a new venture. You can organize a big move of house; heck, I’ve seen people use the mind map format for their daily to-do lists (each to their own, eh?).

There are huge advantages to creating your mind maps with paper and pen. In fact, though I’ve tried many different mind mapping programs over the years, pen and paper remains my favorite way of creating them. Some would say that it is a part of the process. That said, there are distinct advantages in using software and sometimes you need to decide what the best tool for the job is on a case by case basis. For when that time comes, here are 11 free mind mapping applications and web services.

Freemind is one of the most popular free mind mapping applications out there, and that’s mainly because it’s in Java and thus cross-platform (and because it’s a great app, of course). This software implements some of the major features that digital task lists have over paper task lists: retractable and expandable branches and hyperlinking between different branches make it easier to organize and easier to connect ideas.

bubble.us is a free web-based mind mapping application. You can sign up for an account in order to save your mind maps, but better still, they don’t force you to get an account to start creating. The interface could use some work to make it a truly usable application.

Semantik is a KDE Linux application for creating mind maps, though they can be viewed in different formats, such as a linear tree view with retractable and expandable branches.

MindMeister is another web app with varying account options; there’s a free account, and several commercial options. It has a fairly nice design and interface in comparison with many other mind mapping web apps that are available.

RecallPlus is commercial software with a lighter free edition. It combines the process of mind mapping with flash card memorization techniques, and is aimed at students who wish to take notes and then test themselves using them. RecallPlus is a Windows application.

Mindomo is another mind mapping web app with both a free account option and a commercial one. It allows you to share your mind maps with others, and also embed them into your web pages.

Mind42 is a totally free mind mapping web app and it is one of my favorites. The interface is a good one, and it has some excellent features such as easy navigation for large mind maps with zoom and birdview (and branch hiding, but that’s pretty standard these days), and the ability to attach notes and images to branches, which isn’t always allowed in “pure” mind mapping software. You can also link branches to other sites and see a preview when you rollover the link, which I think is probably the only appropriate use of those preview rollovers anywhere on the net.

Labyrinth is a very simple and basic mind mapping application for Linux and Windows.

Vym (View Your Mind) is an application for Mac OS X and various Linux distributions. There seems to be a Windows port, but it is accompanied by bug reports.

WiseMapping is another web app for mind mapping which requires no browser plug-ins at all, which is fantastic when you don’t know which computers you’ll be using in a given day. You can share, export and publish your mind maps from the app and there is no commercial account option; everything is free and unlimited.

PersonalBrain is a cross-platform application. It’s a commercial application, but a lighter free edition is on offer. I thought the integration of a calendar with events that you can add was a particularly cool addition and means you can brainstorm in not just the conceptual realm but cross over into the earlier stages of planning as well.

Mind mapping is one of those areas where it has always been hard to find a good native OS X application. It always surprises me when I find more Linux options than OS X options! I tend to go for the web apps, but Freemind in particular is good for any user on any popular platform. If I were to suggest one particular web app, I’d suggest Mind42. While I’ve used the Windows and Linux apps before, I can’t give a strong recommendation as I’ve not used any for the long-term.

How to write a fucking paper!

hat10girl:

  1. Title (Make it fucking relevant)
    1. Irrelevant titles kill babies, you twat
  2. Introduction
    1. Gotta have a bitchin hook or beginning statement
    2. Explain the shit yo bitch ass gonna say
    3. Thesis statement goes at the end because experts say so!
  3. Body
    1. Make the first motherfucking point
    2. Explain dat shit
    3. Use evidence/quotes from yo dope references
    4. Do it again until yo reader gonna slap yo punk ass
    5. Put a goddamn transition
    6. AND DO ALL THOSE HELLA RAD STEPS ALL OVER AGAIN UNTIL YO READER COULD DEBATE WITH A MOTHERFUCKING BEAR ABOUT IT
  4. Conclusion
    1. Yo bitch ass gonna basically reverse dat introduction
    2. Restate yo fuckin thesis
    3. Tie up all loose ends (like yo lady/man/person did last night to yo fine ass)
    4. End with another motherfuckin hook

And that is how a punk ass bitch writes a goddamn essay