Let’s Talk Day

Today, let’s talk!
For every applicable text, mobile and long distance call, tweet using #BellLetsTalk, Bell Let’s Talk Day video view on social media, use of the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter, Bell will donate 5¢ to Canadian mental health initiatives. Let’s work together to create a stigma-free Canada!

via Bell Let’s Talk

Overturian Translation of Hertz (Hz).

This symbol is the non-sounding Overturian word equivelent to hertz or Hz in English.  One cycle per second,cb945e68-151a-42d7-980e-3eb2dab076171653364542.png however no human has ever been able to document or compare the Overturian second to that of the human’s second.  Claiming to have heard the sound of 1 Hz is a common trait of the Overturian.  The whole two.

The ITOM or Imaginary atoms.

The ITOM is an imaginary construct created by the imagination to fill in the gaps of reality.  Whenever something doesn’t happen our brains create that what if notion which means, something still happened and you had the ability to dream it up.

Here is a list of just a few of the many vast concepts that the ITOM (Imaginary atom) bestows.

The Inevitable Imaginary Death Brain Wave (ITOM).
The Sometimes Pleasent Imaginary Smell Particle (ITOM)
The Elusive Imaginary Bug Wave/Particle (ITOM).
The Unorderly Imaginary Pheromone Wave/Particle (ITOM)

Boogie Board Review.

The Elusive Imaginary Bug Particle (ITOM).

Sketch your own symbols and add them to your media collection with Boogie Board.  The board itself is kickass and it’s a really basic idea. It comes with a nifty pen that allows you to sketch and then take a photocopy with an app on your phone. I used WordPress to upload it to the web for safe keeping. Pretty smooth…edit, not smooth.  Sometimes the app just doesn’t obey and it could be a lot better.  The board still rocks! Using gimp I was able to give it a transparent background and some colour. I’m definitely getting me a Blackboard. It’s new! (http://blackboardlcp.com/)


CSS reference

Use this CSS reference to browse an alphabetical index of all the standard CSS properties, pseudo-classes, pseudo-elements, data types, and at-rules. You can also browse a list of all the CSS selectors organized by type and a list of key CSS concepts. Also included is a brief DOM-CSS / CSSOM reference.

via CSS reference – CSS | MDN