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    your computer
  • Your Computer was an Australian computer magazine (ISSN 0725-3931) published by the White House Publishing Group (under licence from Motorword Pty Ltd.) and printed by The Lithgo Centre, Waterloo.





    how to
  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic

  • A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.

  • Providing detailed and practical advice

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    movies
  • A movie theater

  • A film, also called a movie or motion picture, is a story conveyed with moving images. It is produced by recording photographic images with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or visual effects. The process of filmmaking has developed into an art form and industry.

  • Movies@ Ltd. is a cinema chain in the Republic of Ireland. The company opened its first multiplex cinema at the Dundrum Town Centre on 1 October 2005, with 12 screens.

  • A story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a theater or on television; a motion picture

  • (movie) a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"

  • Motion pictures generally or the motion-picture industry





    watch
  • a small portable timepiece

  • Keep under careful or protective observation

  • Secretly follow or spy on

  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time

  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"

  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty





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  • grant freedom to; free from confinement

  • Without cost or payment

  • loose: without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"

  • able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint; "free enterprise"; "a free port"; "a free country"; "I have an hour free"; "free will"; "free of racism"; "feel free to stay as long as you wish"; "a free choice"











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(Giannis Lahanis’s book, "So, does that mean that I'm dead?" is on sale by ???????? PS)


Your book sometimes is flirting, other times it just touches and then there are times when it really belongs to the genre of free fantasy literature. Is this free direction for the term “fantasy” a way of thinking for you, or a means of expressing yourself?
I believe that in order to answer your question I must first explain the process of how I write, and also the reasons behind my writing.
There has never been in my head some inner process of searching for a style and a personal form of expression. If the majority (or, the whole) of my stories can be characterized as ‘free fantasy literature’, then, that is something that just happened, and was not pre-decided upon.
For me writing has been a process of putting down on paper images and ideas. Moreover, I consider myself a story-teller, rather than a man of literature. I believe that the idea of a 'man of literature' is something that has nothing to do with me, it sounds too artistic, more artistic than how I feel anyway.
I never involved myself with literature to a higher degree than that of a devoted reader. I don’t know the rules, or relevant boundaries set by some people for this art form.
In conclusion, I believe that the things I talk about are the result of pure imagination, one that has been nursed through the reading of many-many books, literally devouring countless movies and finally, through an inherent ability of mine to decipher the ways of the circus called society, which I have learnt to observe as a spectator, rather than as a participant.
Therefore, it’s more of a way of thinking that inevitably turns into a means of expressing myself, since I choose to use writing as my ‘weapon of choice’. I imagine that if I were a painter, my paintings would still appear as something of a similar nature, and they wouldn’t be dealing with little boats and baskets of fruit. They would definitely be something in the realm of fantasy, darker, more ambiguous. Exactly like human nature.

What is the message you are trying to send through your book’s title, “So, does that mean that I’m dead?”? Is it mainly symbolic towards the fabulistic way that you mainly deal with your stories, beyond also a motive, due to its originality, for the reader to buy the book?
This title, for those who haven't yet read the book, is the title (and the first sentence) of the story with the same title that is included in the book. It was chosen because it is indeed original as a title, but also because for me it characterizes my approach to writing. Furthermore, for this particular story I would like to disclose some information regarding its creation. I started this story by putting down this phrase that just popped into my head. Then, came a second sentence, then a third, a fourth, and so on. This is more or less the way that most of my stories have been written.
As mentioned earlier, as a story-teller, what I want when creating a new blank document on my word processor is to let my imagination go wild. I let myself be drawn into my subconscious, receive all sorts of images and build stories on those very same images.
Every time I’ve tried to write something following what is known as ‘art engage, to talk for example for a specific matter, I wasn't able to get past a few paragraphs. Even if the subject in hand was very dear to me and I had tons of things to say. However, every time I started writing by releasing myself completely of any boundaries, I would realize that through writing stories by letting myself completely free, I ended up talking and touching all of those subjects, sometimes by just scratching the surface, other times by going as deep as the rabbit hole gets.
It’s not that I don’t care about expressing my feelings and concerns, on the contrary. I just find it easier doing it a certain way, one that as a creator gives me ultimate pleasure. I may also add that even I rarely re-read my own work; there’ve been times where I was astounded by the product of my imagination, my “ability” if you may, of creating something out of nothing. It may sound bad to be praising myself, but rest assured that it has nothing to do with my qualitative approach to literature or my technique, but only with the storytelling bit.
In other words, I consider myself to be a highly capable story-teller, something that I try to enhance with, let’s say, serious elements.
And to give a more detailed approach. Human relationships is a subject of great interest to me. But I can't talk about them in a somewhat plain voice. I can't create stories of love and hate, embroidered with pieces of everyday social standards and people. Daily stuff. Maybe because that is ex











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This is an area called West End.. quite touristy and a young crowd hangs out there. (i know i know.. why were we there!!??! ha)

They have alot of great restaurants here. I can't seem to get into cooking here. I think it is the bugs that come running when I put any food on the counter. They say I will get used to the little sugar ants, but not yet. There are many parts to this island that I love: the people are wonderful for one, the natural habitat is breathtaking, the pace of life is so stress free, but there are things that I find difficult like: bugs, humidity and the power going off alot and how long it takes to do anything on the computer. Am I complaining.. yup a little bit but that's ok because life is like that.. there are things we love and things we need grace for.

these are things I need grace for.

Anyways, Bob and I are going to go huddle around the computer and watch a movie (no tv, so this will work) It helps pass the evening along since there isn't much to do here once it gets dark.










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  • A skeleton watch is a mechanical watch (although occasionally Quartz), in which all of the moving parts are visible through either the front of the watch, the back of the watch or a small cut outlining the dial.

  • A watch made so the viewer can see the works. Plates are pierced and very decorative.





    men
  • A male worker or employee

  • work force: the force of workers available

  • A male member of a sports team

  • (a'man) the Israeli military intelligence which produces comprehensive national intelligence briefings for the prime minister and the cabinet

  • An adult human male

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Ancient dead man's skeleton and grave in Side, Manavgat, Turkey




Ancient dead man's skeleton and grave in Side, Manavgat, Turkey





Side (IPA: /?si?d?/) is one of the best-known classical sites in Turkey, and was an ancient harbour whose name meant pomegranate. Side is a resort town on the southern coast of Turkey, near the villages of Manavgat and Selimiye, 75 km from Antalya) in the province of Antalya. It is located on the eastern part of the Pamphylian coast, which lies about 20 km east of the mouth of the Eurymedon River.
Settlers from Cyme (Cum?ans) in Aeolis, an ancient region of northwestern Asia Minor, founded the city in the seventh century BC. Possessing a good harbor for small-craft boats, Side's natural geography made it the most important place in Pamphylia – the region in the south of Asia Minor between Lycia and Cilicia, from the Mediterranean to Mount Taurus. This location made Side one of the most important trade centers in its time. Today, as in yesteryear, the ancient city of Side is situated on a small north-south peninsula about 1 km long and 400 m across.
Strabo and Arrianos both record that Side was settled from Cyme (Aeolis), city in Aeolia, a region of western Anatolia. Most probably, this colonization occurred in the seventh century B.C.. According to Arrianos, when settlers from Kyme came to Side, they could not understand the dialect. After a short while, the influence of this indigenous tongue was so great that the newcomers forgot their native Greek and started using the language of Side. Excavations have revealed several inscriptions written in this language. The inscriptions, dating from the third and second centuries B.C., remain undeciphered, but testify that the local language was still in use several centuries after colonization. Another object found in Side excavations, a basalt column base from the seventh century B.C. and attributable to the Neo-Hittites, provides other evidence of the site's early history. The word "side" is Anatolian in origin and means pomegranate.

Next to no information exists concerning Side under Lydia and Persian Empire sovereignty. Nevertheless, the fact that Side minted its own coins during the 547 BC while under Persian dominion, shows that it still possessed a great measure of independence.
Alexander the Great occupied Side without a struggle in 333 BC. Alexander left only a single garrison behind to occupy the city. This occupation, in turn, introduced the people of Side to Hellenistic culture of the Greek Civilization, which flourished from the fourth century to the first century BC. After Alexander's death, Side fell under the control of one of Alexander's generals, Ptolemy I Soter, who declared himself king of Egypt in 305 BC. The Ptolemaic dynasty controlled Side until it was captured by the Seleucid Empire in the second century BC. Yet, despite these occupations, in the following years of the second century BC, Side managed to preserve some autonomy, grew prosperous, and became an important cultural center.

In 190 BC a fleet from the Greek island city-state of Rhodes, supported by Rome and Pergamum, defeated the Seleucid King Antiochus the Great's fleet, which was under the command of the fugitive Carthaginian general, Hannibal. The defeat of Hannibal and Antiochus the Great meant that Side freed itself from the overlordship of the Seleucid Empire. The embarrassing Treaty of Apamea (188 BC) forced Antiochus the Great to abandon all European territories and to cede all of Asia Minor north of the Taurus Mountains to Pergamum. However, the dominion of Pergamum only reached de facto as far as Perga, leaving Eastern Pamphylia semi-free. This led Attalus II Philadelphus to construct a new harbour in the city Attalia (the present Antalya), even though Side already had an important harbour. Between 188 and 36 BC Side minted their own money, tetradrachms showing Nike and a laurel wreath (the sign of victory).

In the first century BC, Side reached a peak when the Cilician pirates established their chief naval base and a slave-trade center.
The consul Servilius Vatia defeated these brigands in 78 BC and later the Roman general Pompey in 67 BC, bringing Side under the control of the Roman Empire. Side's second peak period started around 2C BC when it established and maintained a good working relationship with the Roman Empire.[2] Emperor Augustus reformed the state administration and placed Pamphylia and Side in the Roman province of Galatia in 25 BC, after the short reign by the king Amyntas of Galatia between 36 and 25 BC. Side began another prosperous period as a commercial center in Asia Minor through its trade in olive oil. Its population grew to 60,000 inhabitants. This period would last well into the third century AD. Side established itself as a slave-trading center in the Mediterranean. Its large commercial fleet engaged in acts of piracy. Wealthy merchants paid for such tributes as public works, monuments, and competitions as well as the games and gladiator fights. The significance of this period for Side is evident in its ruins today. Most of the prese











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  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time

  • Traditionally, a 24-hour day is divided into seven watches. These are: midnight to 4 a.m. [0000-0400], the mid-watch; 4 to 8 a.m. [0400-0800], morning watch; 8 a.m. to noon [0800-1200], forenoon watch; noon to 4 p.m. [1200-1600], afternoon watch; 4 to 6 p.m.

  • Issued when the risk of hazardous weather is significant.

  • Keep under careful or protective observation

  • A watch is a timepiece that is made to be worn on a person. It is usually a wristwatch, worn on the wrist with a strap or bracelet. In addition to the time, modern watches often display the day, date, month and year, and electronic watches may have many other functions.

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    tag
  • Put out (a runner) by touching them with the ball or with the glove holding the ball

  • (of a base runner, or a fielder with the ball) Touch (a base) with the foot

  • a label associated with something for the purpose of identification; "semantic tags were attached in order to identify different meanings of the word"

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tagged, i reckon.





so, apparently, cassyface "tagged" me. after some investigation, i learned that this just means i apparently have to write some nonsense about myself. i do this for the love of cass, the excitement of us kind of reconnecting, and the fact that i am so interesting i can't help but love to talk about myself... *cough*

on with the show!

1. i never used to eat red food, up until about 2004. i started to introduce myself to red apples, red peppers, tomatoes, things of that nature. i have no idea why i never ate them or didn't like them, but i have decided it's silly and i must try harder. however, red candy is still a no go zone.

2. my goal was alway to go to 25 countries before i hit 25. i got worried a couple years ago and kind of gave up on the dream, but i totally pulled it off and i have an personal sense of accomplishment.

3. ... and i don't even regret quitting art school to do it.

4. one of my main passions is my photography, but i like to keep it private. if i think that something is really good, i usually keep it to myself.

5. speaking of photography-- one of my biggest pet peeves? people so obsessed with photography that they become simply an observer of every experience, instead of someone actually living it and taking in what is going on. life isn't always about the perfect photo.

6. i just got fitted for a bra and it's changed my life. fun fact.

7. i love the disney family channel and the odd time i do watch tv... i totally love hannah montana. oh! and the suite life of zach and cody.

8. i'm so sickeningly in love. it has turned me into a girl that buys a princess-y wedding dress and twirls her hair at the thought of her fiance.

9. i used to make pancakes for rent. seriously. and it went on for a rather long time, like, we're talking months!

10. i love working at book stores, but not only because i love to read. i'm embarrassingly interested in ridiculous sub genres that appear to have no reason for existence--- teddy bear collector murder mysteries, anyone?

11. i never considered myself a silly hipster until i met my fiance. he made me take a look at the facts and it all adds up-- i reckon this is the reason why i even own a plaid shirt.

12. i'm horrible at keeping in touch with people. i don't want to be and i don't like it about myself, but i just... am.

13. i used to be in a metal band; all of our songs were about dinosaurs. true fact.

14. i knit. a lot. i even knit cozies for my coffee cups!

15. i can talk totally in haikus. i have no idea why or how i acquired this skill. one day, i am sure it will come in handy.

16. i'm very italian. i have t-rex short arms.

17. i have the voice of a 13 year old girl and i get made fun of a lot.

18. i used to work at a smelter and metal refinery-- i was a molten cadmium caster.

Okay, seriously, that has to be enough facts for all of you.

As for tagging people? Who will actually do this?!?! If you wanna, contact list, the world is your oyster! i would like to know things about all of yous.

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Well, I’ve been tagged by Mad_pullips, so let’s write something about me =)

1.I’m a 16 years old girl; I was born on 18th December 1994 in Barcelona, a very nice city.

2.I live in a little catalane village.

3.I love Catalonia, and I’d like it to be a country ||*||

4.I like punk rock and hard rock songs and I love music groups like Greenday, Sum41 or Blink-182.

5.I read manga, my favorite is Okuan Alice; but I read other books, like The mortal instruments or The clockwork angel.

6.I love Victorian epoque and steam punk style >__<

7.I watch anime, my favorite is One Piece; and I watch some sitcoms like The Big Bang Theory, The Nanny, Two and a half men…

8.My favorite animals are cats, I love them! They are adorable!!! I have had lots of them; now, I have two: Nimes and Momo.

9.I love punk or gothic style, but I don’t like how it suit to me… C__C

10.I like taking photos, I don’t know if they are good… but sometimes I take a good one! (I think… xD)

11.I don’t like so much going shopping, but I venerate the boots and leather jackets, I love them! (I would like buying lots, but I have no money… TT__TT)


12.I discovered Pullips for less than one year. I have a rewiged Suigintou called Momoka, and in summer, I will buy an Andrew that I will call Shiki and I’ll change the wig and buy a black one; he will be the perfect boy: blue eyes and black hair~d

13.I like everything that have relation with the ninja’s world; so I love Naruto, ninja cosplay, ninja figures, ninja films… everything!! xD

14.I would like to trabel a lot. Now, I’d like to go to Tokyo, London and Paris.

15.My favorite actor is a young one called Alex Pettyfer, but I love Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Brad Pitt too.

16.I have a nice collection of sea conches, I like to go to the beach and searching them =3

17.I love drawing, but I have some problems because I’m not inspired when I want to draw, but when I’m in class, the inspiration comes to me… e__e

18.I hate Mondays like the cat Garfield, and I don’t like Sunday’s night because tomorrow is Monday…

19.I love pizza and meat like cow or rabbit, and I love drinking energetic drinks like Monster Energy©.

20.I love going to concerts. I’ve gone to Tokio Hotel’s (now I don’t like them), Bruce Springsteen’s, Coldplay’s and Greenday’s. I’d like to go to Bon Jovi’s and I’ll go to Mad Madison's and Roxette’s.

21.I loved little mermaid when I was younger.

22.I like very shy guys, they are so akifsykrecagejkgshggg~<3

23.My God is Ulquiorra from Bleach xD

24.I’m glad that Vainilla was my teacher in Doll’s world and Flickr ^^

25.And finally, I recommend us a song: “With you” (Sum41).










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My sewing room on August 18, 2010 - my cutting area faces the west, and I can watch sunsets and the tiny top range line of the Olympic Peninsula. Also, the drawers are from IKEA, a kitchen island with nice rolling deep drawers full of fusible wedding and things.











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This was one of my Christmas presents, Thanks dad :o) I know watch shots dont do well on Flickr but I really liked the texture lighting and the detail.

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Went down to Berliner Park for the Seniors Softball Tournament. It was pretty cool seeing these people who are up in years be as competative as any highschool or collage team. They are not out there just for fun. They want to win. There were teams from all over the country there. These photos are from the mens and womens 65+ age group teams.

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Elon forwards Chris Thomas and Stephen Dilger watch the ball as Radford defenseman Breden Shaffer clears the ball.









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