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catha howard


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hellotypewriter:1940s typewriter. (by AlliesAdornments)

hellotypewriter:

1940s typewriter. (by AlliesAdornments)

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ryangoslingvspuppy:Who’s cuter, Ryan or a Puppy?Reblog your choice

ryangoslingvspuppy:

Who’s cuter, Ryan or a Puppy?

Reblog your choice

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dceiver:24/50. I was never a big fan of those

dceiver:

24/50. I was never a big fan of those

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travelpicz:Spain - As Catedrais Beach (Ribadeo, Lugo) by Iñigo Barandiaran

travelpicz:

Spain - As Catedrais Beach (Ribadeo, Lugo) by Iñigo Barandiaran

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mnrl:Surface acoustic wave solid-state rotational micromotorSurface acoustic waves (SAWs) are used to drive a 1 mm diameter rotor at speeds exceeding 9000 rpm and torque of nearly 5 nNm. Unlike recent high-speed SAW rotary motors, however, the present design does not require a fluid coupling layer but interestingly exploits adhesive stiction as an internal preload, a force usually undesirable at these scales; with additional preloads, smaller rotors can be propelled to 15,000 rpm. This solid-state motor has no moving parts except for the rotor and is sufficiently simple to allow integration into miniaturized drive systems for potential use in microfluidic diagnostics, optical switching and microrobotics.  DOI: Applied Physics Letters.

mnrl:

Surface acoustic wave solid-state rotational micromotor

Surface acoustic waves (SAWs) are used to drive a 1 mm diameter rotor at speeds exceeding 9000 rpm and torque of nearly 5 nNm. Unlike recent high-speed SAW rotary motors, however, the present design does not require a fluid coupling layer but interestingly exploits adhesive stiction as an internal preload, a force usually undesirable at these scales; with additional preloads, smaller rotors can be propelled to 15,000 rpm. This solid-state motor has no moving parts except for the rotor and is sufficiently simple to allow integration into miniaturized drive systems for potential use in microfluidic diagnostics, optical switching and microrobotics.  DOI: Applied Physics Letters.

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carlovely:SMILE

carlovely:

SMILE

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cinefragma:10 Screenwriting tips by Billy WilderThe audience is fickle.Grab ‘em by the throat and never let ‘em go.Develop a clean line of action for your leading character.Know where you’re going.The more subtle and elegant you are in hiding your plot points, the better you are as a writer.If you have a problem with the third act, the real problem is in the first act.A tip from Lubitsch: Let the audience add up two plus two. They’ll love you forever.In doing voice-overs, be careful not to describe what the audience already sees. Add to what they’re seeing.The event that occurs at the second act curtain triggers the end of the movie.The third act must build, build, build in tempo and action until the last event, and then—that’s it. Don’t hang around.

cinefragma:

10 Screenwriting tips by Billy Wilder

  1. The audience is fickle.
  2. Grab ‘em by the throat and never let ‘em go.
  3. Develop a clean line of action for your leading character.
  4. Know where you’re going.
  5. The more subtle and elegant you are in hiding your plot points, the better you are as a writer.
  6. If you have a problem with the third act, the real problem is in the first act.
  7. A tip from Lubitsch: Let the audience add up two plus two. They’ll love you forever.
  8. In doing voice-overs, be careful not to describe what the audience already sees. Add to what they’re seeing.
  9. The event that occurs at the second act curtain triggers the end of the movie.
  10. The third act must build, build, build in tempo and action until the last event, and then—that’s it. Don’t hang around.
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herondalegasm asked you:
Hey there- wondering if now that Jace and Will both hate ducks, does this mean Sebastian does too-after all he is

Perhaps. Perhaps Sebastian will wake up hating bergamot, cucumber, ducks, and Simon, and with an insatiable craving for tomato soup and mangoes.

Or it could be that the connection only goes one way and Jace has no effect on him at all. We will see! 

Holly: I think the crest of the Herondale family should be a duck terrorizing a mango.

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