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God, Stephen, and Game: Python: What if everything was a dict? Java: What if everything was an object? JavaScript: What if everything was a dict *and an object? C: What if everything was a pointer? APL: What if everything was an array? Tcl: What if everything was a string? Prolog: What if everything was a term? LISP: What if everything was a pair? Scheme: What if everything was a function? Haskell: What if everything was a monad? Assembly: What if everything was a register? Coq: What if everything was a type/proposition? COBOL: WHAT IF EVERYTHING WAS UPPERCASE? C#: What if everything was like Java, but different? Ruby: What if everything was monkey patched? Pascal: BEGIN What if everything was structured? END C++: What if we added everything to the language? C++11: What if we forgot to stop adding stuff? Rust: What if garbage collection didn't exist? Go: What if we tried designing Ca second time? Perl: What if shell, sed, and awk were one language? Perl6: What if we took the joke too far? PHP: What if we wanted to make SQL injection easier? VB: What if we wanted to allow anyone to program? VB.NET: What if we wanted to stop them again? Forth: What if everything was a stack? ColorForth: What if the stack was green? PostScript: What if everything was printed at 600dpi? XSLT: What if everything was an XML element? Make: What if everything m4: What if everything was incomprehensibly quoted? Scala: What if Haskell ran on the JVM? was a dependency? Clojure: What if LISP ran on the JVM? Lua: What if game developers got tired of C++? Mathematica: What if Stephen Wolfram invented everything? Malbolge: What if there is no god? When you’re trying to make a new language
God, Stephen, and Game: Python: What if everything was a dict?
 Java: What if everything was an object?
 JavaScript: What if everything was a dict *and an object?
 C: What if everything was a pointer?
 APL: What if everything was an array?
 Tcl: What if everything was a string?
 Prolog: What if everything was a term?
 LISP: What if everything was a pair?
 Scheme: What if everything was a function?
 Haskell: What if everything was a monad?
 Assembly: What if everything was a register?
 Coq: What if everything was a type/proposition?
 COBOL: WHAT IF EVERYTHING WAS UPPERCASE?
 C#: What if everything was like Java, but different?
 Ruby: What if everything was monkey patched?
 Pascal: BEGIN What if everything was structured? END
 C++: What if we added everything to the language?
 C++11: What if we forgot to stop adding stuff?
 Rust: What if garbage collection didn't exist?
 Go: What if we tried designing Ca second time?
 Perl: What if shell, sed, and awk were one language?
 Perl6: What if we took the joke too far?
 PHP: What if we wanted to make SQL injection easier?
 VB: What if we wanted to allow anyone to program?
 VB.NET: What if we wanted to stop them again?
 Forth: What if everything was a stack?
 ColorForth: What if the stack was green?
 PostScript: What if everything was printed at 600dpi?
 XSLT: What if everything was an XML element?
 Make: What if everything
 m4: What if everything was incomprehensibly quoted?
 Scala: What if Haskell ran on the JVM?
 was a dependency?
 Clojure: What if LISP ran on the JVM?
 Lua: What if game developers got tired of C++?
 Mathematica: What if Stephen Wolfram invented everything?
 Malbolge: What if there is no god?
When you’re trying to make a new language

When you’re trying to make a new language

Bad, Beautiful, and Fucking: Take the breadsticks Young Man and run Man young [door man hand hook said car gun deceit-the-snakey-snake: plaid-n-converse: cherrysconeslut: pawsofponies: garecc: inthishousewekinkshamefnaf: inthishousewekinkshamefnaf: buggykin: inthishousewekinkshamefnaf: inthishousewekinkshamefnaf: biggest-goofiest-fish: desertdaylight: kait-the-kitty: chiribomb: politicalcompassmemes: your-uncle-dave: maps-and-elvis-and-zelda-n-shit: japhers: jewishzevran: animatedamerican: pagesofkenna: mommacomms: fidefortitude: bl00dlikeice: elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey: plaid-n-converse: memeception WE’VE HIT TERMINAL MEME @caesarianconfection I’ve said “I hate this” so many times on this website, and never actually meant it, because “I hate this” is just shorthand for ‘this is an example of a meme given a twist I wasn’t expecting with intent to surprise’. Which is, in of itself, a meme on this site. God damn it. But this… This is something else. The rapidity of a meme’s introduction to its zenith to its decline is so rapid that in ten years, you’ll need a damn twenty-page manual to explain this. It’ll be as unfunny and hard to explain as jokes in Shakespeare plays, except even more inexplicable because fuck, at least Shakespeare’s jokes are usually about anal or fucking your mother, good wholesome sex jokes we can all get behind. For the love of fuck, how do you explain loss.jpg? How do you explain gun? ….I THOUGHT THIS WAS A YMCA REFERENCE it is a YMCA reference - that’s one of the 6 memes being represented here ok let me see if i can break this down easily. YMCA is the easiest place to start - the song itself has become a meme over time with people changing the lyrics to reference other pop cultural events. so YMCA is meme one (1) this first lyric replacement (”take the breadsticks and run”) is a reference to the tumblr meme ‘stuffing breadsticks into my purse’. i think everyone remembers that one so i wont bother to explain it. that’s meme two (2) “man door hand hook car door” is a meme of its own, a creepypasta from i dont remember when. it was a terrible stupid retelling of the generic ‘stuck in a car while hook handed man tries to kill us’ story so the stupid title caught on for memorability. that in and of itself is meme three (3) ‘gun’ is… yeah i dont know how to explain gun. long story short you add gun to the end of a phrase instead of what you expect the last word to be. its shock funny. its everywhere but its popular to add to “man door hand hook car door” for.. some reason? gun is meme four (4) and the thing is, this four meme combo is something thats gone around before. meme combos are, itself, a meme. which means taking this meme combo and mixing in another meme actually becomes meme five (5) which leaves us at loss.jpg. loss.jpg was a terrible bad comic supposed to be about some tragic event, but it was presented so poorly literally no one takes it seriously, and for some reason recreating the four-panel setup has become popular. so thats meme six (6) (but i need to add that this is the greatest version of loss.jpg i think i’ve ever seen. the initial ‘young man’ lines up with the guy bursting through the door, and the shock meme ‘gun’ matches the shock scene of the woman in the hospital and idk if OP even thought about that but it makes this just so much better) I wasn’t going to reblog this, but @pagesofkenna‘s comprehensive meme-by-meme annotation is a thing of beauty and should be shared. average tumblr post contains one meme, this post, which contains six, is an outlier and should not be counted it might also just be a coincidence due to loss.jpg’s format but the whole white minimalist four-panel setup is also suspiciously reminiscent of those early 2000’s rage comics I was getting a political compass vibe too tag urself im man door hand hook car gun This works better than I thought it would. This was in my senior project I’m not sorry. EIGHT MEME COMBO FATALITY We have officially created a new language  I just had to do it to em THIS FUCKING THREAD I’M GONNA CRY I LOST IT AND MAN DOOR HAND HOOK CAR GUN AND DIDN’T EXPECT MORE I’M SOBBING M E M E T E N OwO? W o w You know I had to I hope you know this is the most cursed addition to my post, and I love it THIRTEEN!? MEME COUNT:1 - YMCA (@plaid-n-converse, pointed out by @pagesofkenna)2 - breadsticks (see above)3 - man door hand hook car door (see above)4 - gun (see above)5 - meme combo (see above)6 - loss (see above)7 - 2000s comics vibes (@plaid-n-converse, as pointed out by @japhers)8 - political compass (@plaid-n-converse, as pointed out by @maps-and-elvis-and-zelda-n-shit, then highlighted by @politicalcompassmemes)9 - tag yourself (user was @your-uncle-dave but now appears to be deactivated)10 - i hate this (kind of barely used by @fidefortitude so idk if it really counts)11 - nickelback/look at this photograph (@inthishousewekinkshamefnaf)12 - had to do it to them (see above)13 - distracted boyfriend (see above)14 - is this a pigeon (see above)15 - oh, this is beautiful (@garecc)16 - expanding brain (@cherrysconeslut)17 - cursed (can be argues as a meme due to its excessive use and popularity, as well as the sort of subtext/emotion behind it that accompanies most memes on this site) (@plaid-n-converse)18 - weve created a new language (@inthishousewekinkshamefnaf)19 - owo (see above)20 - most ___ addition to a post (@plaid-n-converse)21 - it could be argued that meme analysis in itself is a memeFeel free to debate any of these or add any Ive missed, but I think I got them all??
Bad, Beautiful, and Fucking: Take
 the
 breadsticks
 Young
 Man
 and
 run
 Man
 young [door
 man hand
 hook
 said
 car
 gun
deceit-the-snakey-snake:
plaid-n-converse:

cherrysconeslut:


pawsofponies:


garecc:

inthishousewekinkshamefnaf:


inthishousewekinkshamefnaf:

buggykin:

inthishousewekinkshamefnaf:


inthishousewekinkshamefnaf:

biggest-goofiest-fish:

desertdaylight:


kait-the-kitty:

chiribomb:

politicalcompassmemes:

your-uncle-dave:

maps-and-elvis-and-zelda-n-shit:

japhers:

jewishzevran:

animatedamerican:

pagesofkenna:

mommacomms:

fidefortitude:

bl00dlikeice:

elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

plaid-n-converse:

memeception

WE’VE HIT TERMINAL MEME

@caesarianconfection

I’ve said “I hate this” so many times on this website, and never actually meant it, because “I hate this” is just shorthand for ‘this is an example of a meme given a twist I wasn’t expecting with intent to surprise’. Which is, in of itself, a meme on this site. God damn it.
But this… This is something else.
The rapidity of a meme’s introduction to its zenith to its decline is so rapid that in ten years, you’ll need a damn twenty-page manual to explain this. It’ll be as unfunny and hard to explain as jokes in Shakespeare plays, except even more inexplicable because fuck, at least Shakespeare’s jokes are usually about anal or fucking your mother, good wholesome sex jokes we can all get behind.
For the love of fuck, how do you explain loss.jpg? How do you explain gun?

….I THOUGHT THIS WAS A YMCA REFERENCE

it is a YMCA reference - that’s one of the 6 memes being represented here
ok let me see if i can break this down easily. YMCA is the easiest place to start - the song itself has become a meme over time with people changing the lyrics to reference other pop cultural events. so YMCA is meme one (1)
this first lyric replacement (”take the breadsticks and run”) is a reference to the tumblr meme ‘stuffing breadsticks into my purse’. i think everyone remembers that one so i wont bother to explain it. that’s meme two (2)
“man door hand hook car door” is a meme of its own, a creepypasta from i dont remember when. it was a terrible stupid retelling of the generic ‘stuck in a car while hook handed man tries to kill us’ story so the stupid title caught on for memorability. that in and of itself is meme three (3)
‘gun’ is… yeah i dont know how to explain gun. long story short you add gun to the end of a phrase instead of what you expect the last word to be. its shock funny. its everywhere but its popular to add to “man door hand hook car door” for.. some reason? gun is meme four (4)
and the thing is, this four meme combo is something thats gone around before. meme combos are, itself, a meme. which means taking this meme combo and mixing in another meme actually becomes meme five (5)
which leaves us at loss.jpg. loss.jpg was a terrible bad comic supposed to be about some tragic event, but it was presented so poorly literally no one takes it seriously, and for some reason recreating the four-panel setup has become popular. so thats meme six (6)
(but i need to add that this is the greatest version of loss.jpg i think i’ve ever seen. the initial ‘young man’ lines up with the guy bursting through the door, and the shock meme ‘gun’ matches the shock scene of the woman in the hospital and idk if OP even thought about that but it makes this just so much better)

I wasn’t going to reblog this, but @pagesofkenna‘s comprehensive meme-by-meme annotation is a thing of beauty and should be shared.

average tumblr post contains one meme, this post, which contains six, is an outlier and should not be counted

it might also just be a coincidence due to loss.jpg’s format but the whole white minimalist four-panel setup is also suspiciously reminiscent of those early 2000’s rage comics

I was getting a political compass vibe too

tag urself im man door hand hook car gun


This works better than I thought it would. 


This was in my senior project 

I’m not sorry.

EIGHT MEME COMBO


FATALITY

We have officially created a new language 

I just had to do it to em


THIS FUCKING THREAD I’M GONNA CRY
I LOST IT AND MAN DOOR HAND HOOK CAR GUN AND DIDN’T EXPECT MORE I’M SOBBING

M E M E T E N

OwO?




W o w


You know I had to 


I hope you know this is the most cursed addition to my post, and I love it


THIRTEEN!?


MEME COUNT:1 - YMCA (@plaid-n-converse, pointed out by @pagesofkenna)2 - breadsticks (see above)3 - man door hand hook car door (see above)4 - gun (see above)5 - meme combo (see above)6 - loss (see above)7 - 2000s comics vibes (@plaid-n-converse, as pointed out by @japhers)8 - political compass (@plaid-n-converse, as pointed out by @maps-and-elvis-and-zelda-n-shit, then highlighted by @politicalcompassmemes)9 - tag yourself (user was @your-uncle-dave but now appears to be deactivated)10 - i hate this (kind of barely used by @fidefortitude so idk if it really counts)11 - nickelback/look at this photograph (@inthishousewekinkshamefnaf)12 - had to do it to them (see above)13 - distracted boyfriend (see above)14 - is this a pigeon (see above)15 - oh, this is beautiful (@garecc)16 - expanding brain (@cherrysconeslut)17 - cursed (can be argues as a meme due to its excessive use and popularity, as well as the sort of subtext/emotion behind it that accompanies most memes on this site) (@plaid-n-converse)18 - weve created a new language (@inthishousewekinkshamefnaf)19 - owo (see above)20 - most ___ addition to a post (@plaid-n-converse)21 - it could be argued that meme analysis in itself is a memeFeel free to debate any of these or add any Ive missed, but I think I got them all??

deceit-the-snakey-snake: plaid-n-converse: cherrysconeslut: pawsofponies: garecc: inthishousewekinkshamefnaf: inthishousewekinkshame...

Books, Confused, and Music: HOW TO GET BETTER AT LISTENING COMPREHENSION by rhubarbstudies Listening comprehension: is a huge part of learning (and speaking) any language 1. It's about discrimination; isolating sounds and words while you practice 2. Pronunciation and comprehension go hand-in-hand. As 3. Listen with prejudice: listen for certain words, certain information. one improves, so does the other Best practice: Listen to your target language often: 5 hours/week in class is a good start. Watching shows or listening to music in your target language is a enough to significantly improve your understanding of the language Strategies and tips for improvement Music: listen to music and read the words at the same time. The goal is to start training your brain to recognize the letters that go with the sounds. The better you get, the more you'll be able to understand the words when vou hear them without text. Read out loud: just like when you learned your first language, reading aloud in your target language is a basic way to advance your comprehension. Use your book: its more than likely that your textbook has a section on listening, so use it Dare to mispronounce: use the words often and out loud. The more familiar y uth muscles become with making the sounds, the better you will get at interpreting them. → Repetition: if you have listening exercises, repeat those over and over again. The more you use them, the better you'll get. HOW TO STUDY GRAMMAR by rhubarbstudies Grammar: is the nuts and bolts of language Best practice: Nightly review: good, organized notes & repetition for mechanical proficiency. Think of grammar as the moving pieces of lanquage. It's flexible. There is rarely one right way to say something Study strategies for grammar (choose as needed) → Examples, examples, examples: write copious examples in your notes: the more ways you see things done, the clearer the pattern is. → Look for patterns: most grammar is very clean, there are rules and the the grammar will follow them in organized ways. When you notice a pattern, write it down, draw arrows and cartoons and anything else that helps you remember. → Become familiar with the parts of speech: (in all languages) and what they do. These are the building blocks of al language, and there are only seven. For conjugations: practice new forms immediately. If you get them into memory, you'll never think about them again, and you'll always have them ready Montessori shapes: associate different elements of a sentence with shapes and colors. Use whatever you can to help features stand out. → Translate this is the old school method. The more connections you forge between you current language and your target language, the easier the target language is to understand. Grammar drills: this is boring, but repetition has a huge success rate with grammar. Meet with your teachers: they most likely understand the topic they're teaching, so meeting with them is often the easiest thing you can do HOW TO MEMORIZE VOCABULARY by rhubarbstudies Vocabulary: the meat of the language-acquiring vocabulary is one of the most important parts of study. The goal is to enter it into long-term memory (saving you work down the road) Best practice: Nightly review: no more than 5 minutes. Flashcards are the most efficient method Other methods for working with vocabulary (choose as needed) ord groups: create charts if words grouped together that are similar, the more associations between words, the easier they are to recall Pictures: associate new words with both images and definitions. Vocabulary fan: write all the vocab down the side of a piece of paper, then fold it over and write the definitions. Keep doing this until, you have filled the whole page, and the page will be folded into an accordion shape Recopying: some people find success with the traditional way of writing out lists and definitions until you don't need the lists anymore Vocab journal this is what the pros do-keep a notebook purely for vocabulary. Any time you come across a word you've had to look up more than three times, add it to the journal with a definition. Kinetic study: associate movement with words and definitions. Engage your whole body in the topic. Your body helps jog your memory. Interactive notebooks: use foldable (like the vocabulary fan) to make flip books or flip boxes that you paste into a notebook. The more senses you engage, the faster toy can assimilate the new information. Drawing if you have a penchant for art, draw the ideas that come with the words. sing your vocabulary; set it to music that sticks with you. SongES HOW TO GET BETTER AT HOMEWORK by rhubarbstudies Homework is really a necessity in mastering new concepts because it's repetition. Use your book & other resources: if you have a textbook/workbook set, the homework you're doing most likely has corresponding sections. Look up words and anything else you don't know. Understanding the directions and questions is super important to sense of what your practicing Try anyway even if you get confused, try anyway. Giving up will only lead to getting behind and more confusion down the line identifying what you don't know is hugely helpful write questions in the margins of your homework/book so that you can remember them in class for next time or look them up on your own. Ask for help your teachers are most likely easy to contact and willing to give you homeworlk support or a quick meeting to clarify things. Keep up with your work and engage in class: if you work out of your workbook/textbook a lot, your quizzes and tests will most likely reflect your books. Keep them up to date. Correct wrong answers and use the books together rhubarbstudies: [5/27/17] My French teacher gave us these tips for studying a new language, so I typed them up for you guys! You can check out the original doc he gave us here
Books, Confused, and Music: HOW TO GET BETTER AT LISTENING
 COMPREHENSION
 by rhubarbstudies
 Listening comprehension: is a huge part of learning (and speaking) any language
 1. It's about discrimination; isolating sounds and words while you practice
 2. Pronunciation and comprehension go hand-in-hand. As
 3. Listen with prejudice: listen for certain words, certain information.
 one improves, so does the other
 Best practice:
 Listen to your target language often: 5 hours/week in class is a good start. Watching shows or
 listening to music in your target language is a enough to significantly improve your understanding of
 the language
 Strategies and tips for improvement
 Music: listen to music and read the words at the same time. The goal is to start training your
 brain to recognize the letters that go with the sounds. The better you get, the more you'll be able to
 understand the words when vou hear them without text.
 Read out loud: just like when you learned your first language, reading aloud in your target
 language is a basic way to advance your comprehension.
 Use your book: its more than likely that your textbook has a section on listening, so use it
 Dare to mispronounce: use the words often and out loud. The more familiar y
 uth
 muscles become with making the sounds, the better you will get at interpreting them.
 → Repetition: if you have listening exercises, repeat those over and over again. The more you use
 them, the better you'll get.

 HOW TO STUDY GRAMMAR
 by rhubarbstudies
 Grammar: is the nuts and bolts of language
 Best practice:
 Nightly review: good, organized notes & repetition for mechanical proficiency.
 Think of grammar as the moving pieces of lanquage. It's flexible. There is rarely one right way to say
 something
 Study strategies for grammar (choose as needed)
 → Examples, examples, examples: write copious examples in your notes: the more ways you see
 things done, the clearer the pattern is.
 → Look for patterns: most grammar is very clean, there are rules and the the grammar will follow
 them in organized ways. When you notice a pattern, write it down, draw arrows and cartoons and
 anything else that helps you remember.
 → Become familiar with the parts of speech: (in all languages) and what they do. These are the
 building blocks of al language, and there are only seven.
 For conjugations: practice new forms immediately. If you get them into memory, you'll never
 think about them again, and you'll always have them ready
 Montessori shapes: associate different elements of a sentence with shapes and colors. Use
 whatever you can to help features stand out.
 → Translate this is the old school method. The more connections you forge between you current
 language and your target language, the easier the target language is to understand.
 Grammar drills: this is boring, but repetition has a huge success rate with grammar.
 Meet with your teachers: they most likely understand the topic they're teaching, so meeting
 with them is often the easiest thing you can do

 HOW TO MEMORIZE VOCABULARY
 by rhubarbstudies
 Vocabulary:
 the meat of the language-acquiring vocabulary is one of the most important parts of
 study. The goal is to enter it into long-term memory (saving you work down the road)
 Best practice:
 Nightly review: no more than 5 minutes. Flashcards are the most efficient method
 Other methods for working with vocabulary (choose as needed)
 ord groups:
 create charts if words grouped together that are similar, the more associations
 between words, the easier they are to recall
 Pictures:
 associate new words with both images and definitions.
 Vocabulary fan: write all the vocab down the side of a piece of paper, then fold it over and
 write the definitions. Keep doing this until, you have filled the whole page, and the page will be
 folded into an accordion shape
 Recopying: some people find success with the traditional way of writing out lists and
 definitions until you don't need the lists anymore
 Vocab journal
 this is what the pros do-keep a notebook purely for vocabulary. Any time you
 come across a word you've had to look up more than three times, add it to the journal with a
 definition.
 Kinetic study:
 associate movement with words and definitions. Engage your whole body in the
 topic. Your body helps jog your memory.
 Interactive notebooks: use foldable (like the vocabulary fan) to make flip books or flip boxes
 that you paste into a notebook. The more senses you engage, the faster toy can assimilate the new
 information.
 Drawing
 if you have a penchant for art, draw the ideas that come with the words.
 sing your vocabulary; set it to music that sticks with you.
 SongES

 HOW TO GET BETTER AT HOMEWORK
 by rhubarbstudies
 Homework
 is really a necessity in mastering new concepts because it's repetition.
 Use your book & other resources:
 if you have a textbook/workbook set, the homework you're
 doing most likely has corresponding sections.
 Look up words
 and anything else you don't know. Understanding the directions and questions
 is super important to sense of what your practicing
 Try anyway
 even if you get confused, try anyway. Giving up will only lead to getting behind
 and more confusion down the line
 identifying what you don't know is hugely helpful
 write questions in the margins of your homework/book so that you can remember them
 in class for next time or look them up on your own.
 Ask for help
 your teachers are most likely easy to contact and willing to give you homeworlk
 support or a quick meeting to clarify things.
 Keep up with your work and engage in class:
 if you work out of your workbook/textbook a
 lot, your quizzes and tests will most likely reflect your books. Keep them up to date. Correct wrong
 answers and use the books together
rhubarbstudies:
[5/27/17]
My French teacher gave us these tips for studying a new language, so I typed them up for you guys! You can check out the original doc he gave us here

rhubarbstudies: [5/27/17] My French teacher gave us these tips for studying a new language, so I typed them up for you guys! You can check o...

Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE YOURSELF BETTER @Lifehack 01. Read a book every day 02. Learn a new language 03. Pick up a new hobby 04. Take up a new course 05. Create an inspirational room 06. Overcome your fears 07.Level up your skills 08. Wake up early 09.Have a weekly exercise routine 10.Start your life handbook 11. Write a letter to your future self 12. Get out of your comfort zone 13. Put someone up to a challenge 14.Identify your blind spots 15.Ask for feedback 16.Stay focused with to-do lists 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs) 18.Acknowledge your flaws 19.Get into action 20. Learn from people who inspire you 21.Quit a bad habit 22. Cultivate a new habit 23.Avoid negative people 24. Learn to deal with difficult people 25. Learn from your friends 26. Start ajournal 27.Start a blog about personal development 28. Get a mentor or coach 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game) 31. Stop watching TV 32. Start a 30-day challege 33. Meditate 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking) 35. Befriend top people in their fields 36. Let go of the past 37. Start a business venture 38. Show kindness to people around you 39. Reach out to the people who hate you 40. Take a break 41. Read at least 1 personal development article a day 42. Commit to your personal growth adee305music: Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes (at Miami, Florida)
Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE
 YOURSELF BETTER
 @Lifehack
 01. Read a book every day
 02. Learn a new language
 03. Pick up a new hobby
 04. Take up a new course
 05. Create an inspirational room
 06. Overcome your fears
 07.Level up your skills
 08. Wake up early
 09.Have a weekly exercise routine
 10.Start your life handbook
 11. Write a letter to your future self
 12. Get out of your comfort zone
 13. Put someone up to a challenge
 14.Identify your blind spots
 15.Ask for feedback
 16.Stay focused with to-do lists
 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs)
 18.Acknowledge your flaws
 19.Get into action
 20. Learn from people who inspire you
 21.Quit a bad habit
 22. Cultivate a new habit
 23.Avoid negative people
 24. Learn to deal with difficult people
 25. Learn from your friends
 26. Start ajournal
 27.Start a blog about personal development
 28. Get a mentor or coach
 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat
 programs
 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game)
 31. Stop watching TV
 32. Start a 30-day challege
 33. Meditate
 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking)
 35. Befriend top people in their fields
 36. Let go of the past
 37. Start a business venture
 38. Show kindness to people around you
 39. Reach out to the people who hate you
 40. Take a break
 41. Read at least 1 personal development
 article a day
 42. Commit to your personal growth
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Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE YOURSELF BETTER @Lifehack 01. Read a book every day 02. Learn a new language 03. Pick up a new hobby 04. Take up a new course 05. Create an inspirational room 06. Overcome your fears 07.Level up your skills 08. Wake up early 09.Have a weekly exercise routine 10.Start your life handbook 11. Write a letter to your future self 12. Get out of your comfort zone 13. Put someone up to a challenge 14.Identify your blind spots 15.Ask for feedback 16.Stay focused with to-do lists 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs) 18.Acknowledge your flaws 19.Get into action 20. Learn from people who inspire you 21.Quit a bad habit 22. Cultivate a new habit 23.Avoid negative people 24. Learn to deal with difficult people 25. Learn from your friends 26. Start ajournal 27.Start a blog about personal development 28. Get a mentor or coach 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game) 31. Stop watching TV 32. Start a 30-day challege 33. Meditate 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking) 35. Befriend top people in their fields 36. Let go of the past 37. Start a business venture 38. Show kindness to people around you 39. Reach out to the people who hate you 40. Take a break 41. Read at least 1 personal development article a day 42. Commit to your personal growth adee305music: Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes (at Miami, Florida)
Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE
 YOURSELF BETTER
 @Lifehack
 01. Read a book every day
 02. Learn a new language
 03. Pick up a new hobby
 04. Take up a new course
 05. Create an inspirational room
 06. Overcome your fears
 07.Level up your skills
 08. Wake up early
 09.Have a weekly exercise routine
 10.Start your life handbook
 11. Write a letter to your future self
 12. Get out of your comfort zone
 13. Put someone up to a challenge
 14.Identify your blind spots
 15.Ask for feedback
 16.Stay focused with to-do lists
 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs)
 18.Acknowledge your flaws
 19.Get into action
 20. Learn from people who inspire you
 21.Quit a bad habit
 22. Cultivate a new habit
 23.Avoid negative people
 24. Learn to deal with difficult people
 25. Learn from your friends
 26. Start ajournal
 27.Start a blog about personal development
 28. Get a mentor or coach
 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat
 programs
 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game)
 31. Stop watching TV
 32. Start a 30-day challege
 33. Meditate
 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking)
 35. Befriend top people in their fields
 36. Let go of the past
 37. Start a business venture
 38. Show kindness to people around you
 39. Reach out to the people who hate you
 40. Take a break
 41. Read at least 1 personal development
 article a day
 42. Commit to your personal growth
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Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE YOURSELF BETTER @Lifehack 01. Read a book every day 02. Learn a new language 03. Pick up a new hobby 04. Take up a new course 05. Create an inspirational room 06. Overcome your fears 07.Level up your skills 08. Wake up early 09.Have a weekly exercise routine 10.Start your life handbook 11. Write a letter to your future self 12. Get out of your comfort zone 13. Put someone up to a challenge 14.Identify your blind spots 15.Ask for feedback 16.Stay focused with to-do lists 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs) 18.Acknowledge your flaws 19.Get into action 20. Learn from people who inspire you 21.Quit a bad habit 22. Cultivate a new habit 23.Avoid negative people 24. Learn to deal with difficult people 25. Learn from your friends 26. Start ajournal 27.Start a blog about personal development 28. Get a mentor or coach 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game) 31. Stop watching TV 32. Start a 30-day challege 33. Meditate 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking) 35. Befriend top people in their fields 36. Let go of the past 37. Start a business venture 38. Show kindness to people around you 39. Reach out to the people who hate you 40. Take a break 41. Read at least 1 personal development article a day 42. Commit to your personal growth adee305music: Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes (at Miami, Florida)
Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE
 YOURSELF BETTER
 @Lifehack
 01. Read a book every day
 02. Learn a new language
 03. Pick up a new hobby
 04. Take up a new course
 05. Create an inspirational room
 06. Overcome your fears
 07.Level up your skills
 08. Wake up early
 09.Have a weekly exercise routine
 10.Start your life handbook
 11. Write a letter to your future self
 12. Get out of your comfort zone
 13. Put someone up to a challenge
 14.Identify your blind spots
 15.Ask for feedback
 16.Stay focused with to-do lists
 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs)
 18.Acknowledge your flaws
 19.Get into action
 20. Learn from people who inspire you
 21.Quit a bad habit
 22. Cultivate a new habit
 23.Avoid negative people
 24. Learn to deal with difficult people
 25. Learn from your friends
 26. Start ajournal
 27.Start a blog about personal development
 28. Get a mentor or coach
 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat
 programs
 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game)
 31. Stop watching TV
 32. Start a 30-day challege
 33. Meditate
 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking)
 35. Befriend top people in their fields
 36. Let go of the past
 37. Start a business venture
 38. Show kindness to people around you
 39. Reach out to the people who hate you
 40. Take a break
 41. Read at least 1 personal development
 article a day
 42. Commit to your personal growth
adee305music:

Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes  (at Miami, Florida)

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Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE YOURSELF BETTER @Lifehack 01. Read a book every day 02. Learn a new language 03. Pick up a new hobby 04. Take up a new course 05. Create an inspirational room 06. Overcome your fears 07.Level up your skills 08. Wake up early 09.Have a weekly exercise routine 10.Start your life handbook 11. Write a letter to your future self 12. Get out of your comfort zone 13. Put someone up to a challenge 14.Identify your blind spots 15.Ask for feedback 16.Stay focused with to-do lists 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs) 18.Acknowledge your flaws 19.Get into action 20. Learn from people who inspire you 21.Quit a bad habit 22. Cultivate a new habit 23.Avoid negative people 24. Learn to deal with difficult people 25. Learn from your friends 26. Start ajournal 27.Start a blog about personal development 28. Get a mentor or coach 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game) 31. Stop watching TV 32. Start a 30-day challege 33. Meditate 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking) 35. Befriend top people in their fields 36. Let go of the past 37. Start a business venture 38. Show kindness to people around you 39. Reach out to the people who hate you 40. Take a break 41. Read at least 1 personal development article a day 42. Commit to your personal growth adee305music: Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes (at Miami, Florida)
Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE
 YOURSELF BETTER
 @Lifehack
 01. Read a book every day
 02. Learn a new language
 03. Pick up a new hobby
 04. Take up a new course
 05. Create an inspirational room
 06. Overcome your fears
 07.Level up your skills
 08. Wake up early
 09.Have a weekly exercise routine
 10.Start your life handbook
 11. Write a letter to your future self
 12. Get out of your comfort zone
 13. Put someone up to a challenge
 14.Identify your blind spots
 15.Ask for feedback
 16.Stay focused with to-do lists
 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs)
 18.Acknowledge your flaws
 19.Get into action
 20. Learn from people who inspire you
 21.Quit a bad habit
 22. Cultivate a new habit
 23.Avoid negative people
 24. Learn to deal with difficult people
 25. Learn from your friends
 26. Start ajournal
 27.Start a blog about personal development
 28. Get a mentor or coach
 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat
 programs
 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game)
 31. Stop watching TV
 32. Start a 30-day challege
 33. Meditate
 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking)
 35. Befriend top people in their fields
 36. Let go of the past
 37. Start a business venture
 38. Show kindness to people around you
 39. Reach out to the people who hate you
 40. Take a break
 41. Read at least 1 personal development
 article a day
 42. Commit to your personal growth
adee305music:

Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes  (at Miami, Florida)

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Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE YOURSELF BETTER @Lifehack 01. Read a book every day 02. Learn a new language 03. Pick up a new hobby 04. Take up a new course 05. Create an inspirational room 06. Overcome your fears 07.Level up your skills 08. Wake up early 09.Have a weekly exercise routine 10.Start your life handbook 11. Write a letter to your future self 12. Get out of your comfort zone 13. Put someone up to a challenge 14.Identify your blind spots 15.Ask for feedback 16.Stay focused with to-do lists 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs) 18.Acknowledge your flaws 19.Get into action 20. Learn from people who inspire you 21.Quit a bad habit 22. Cultivate a new habit 23.Avoid negative people 24. Learn to deal with difficult people 25. Learn from your friends 26. Start ajournal 27.Start a blog about personal development 28. Get a mentor or coach 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat programs 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game) 31. Stop watching TV 32. Start a 30-day challege 33. Meditate 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking) 35. Befriend top people in their fields 36. Let go of the past 37. Start a business venture 38. Show kindness to people around you 39. Reach out to the people who hate you 40. Take a break 41. Read at least 1 personal development article a day 42. Commit to your personal growth adee305music: Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes (at Miami, Florida)
Bad, Friends, and Future: 42 SIMPLE HABITS TO MAKE
 YOURSELF BETTER
 @Lifehack
 01. Read a book every day
 02. Learn a new language
 03. Pick up a new hobby
 04. Take up a new course
 05. Create an inspirational room
 06. Overcome your fears
 07.Level up your skills
 08. Wake up early
 09.Have a weekly exercise routine
 10.Start your life handbook
 11. Write a letter to your future self
 12. Get out of your comfort zone
 13. Put someone up to a challenge
 14.Identify your blind spots
 15.Ask for feedback
 16.Stay focused with to-do lists
 17.Set Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAGs)
 18.Acknowledge your flaws
 19.Get into action
 20. Learn from people who inspire you
 21.Quit a bad habit
 22. Cultivate a new habit
 23.Avoid negative people
 24. Learn to deal with difficult people
 25. Learn from your friends
 26. Start ajournal
 27.Start a blog about personal development
 28. Get a mentor or coach
 29. Reduce the time you spend on chat
 programs
 30. Learn chess (or any strategy game)
 31. Stop watching TV
 32. Start a 30-day challege
 33. Meditate
 34. Join Toastmasters (Learn public speaking)
 35. Befriend top people in their fields
 36. Let go of the past
 37. Start a business venture
 38. Show kindness to people around you
 39. Reach out to the people who hate you
 40. Take a break
 41. Read at least 1 personal development
 article a day
 42. Commit to your personal growth
adee305music:

Better yourself 💯😎 #BetterMe #PositiveThinking #MindState #BetterYourself #Quotes #BetterMyself #Best #Goals #Change #ChangeForBetter #ChangeidGood #PositiveChanges #Follow #Like #followforfollow #follow4follow #Miami #ADFULLCLIP #Followers #GreatMinds #GreatQuotes #Inspiration #InspirationalQuotes #motivationalquotes  (at Miami, Florida)

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Animals, Facebook, and News: President Obama signs a bill to dramatically reduce animal testing. Progress is being made.QSEW X İS Like 33K Today, it was my great honor to attend the presidential signing ceremony at the White House for a revision of TSCA, the Toxic Substances Control Act, with my colleague Sara Amundson from the Humane Society Legislative Fund. Today's final action upgrades a 40-year-old federal law regulating the use of chemicals, and contains for the first time in any broader environmental and health protection statute - an explicit decree from Congress to minimize animal testing and to create a clear preference for the development and use of alternative methods and strategies. OBAMA SIGNS BILL THAT WILL CURB ANIMAL TESTING ALEXA ERICKSONx JUNE 24, 2016 f Share on Facebook Share on Twitter President Obama's signing of the bill gives the Environmental Protection Agency an unmistakable mandate from Congress that it must continue to embrace 21St century science and transition away from outdated animal testing protocols, which are expensive, slow and often non-predictive of the human circumstance. I wrote recently that the EPA is dramatically decreasing animal tests for pesticide hazard assessments, and is now working to replace animal tests in its endocrine The new language in the bill will almost certainly accelerate the movement away from animal tests for chemicals, pesticides, biocides, cosmetics, and other potentially dangerous substances in risk assessment protocols or for safety substantiation. Photo by iStockphoto Breaking news: Obama sians measure to dramatically reduce animal testing screening program. In fact, in 2016, the EPA proposed to waive skin lethal dose tests for pesticide formulations <p><a href="http://babyanimalgifs.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">more baby <b>animals <i>here</i></b></a></p>
Animals, Facebook, and News: President Obama signs a bill to dramatically
 reduce animal testing. Progress is being
 made.QSEW X İS

 Like
 33K
 Today, it was my great honor to attend the
 presidential signing ceremony at the White
 House for a revision of TSCA, the Toxic
 Substances Control Act, with my colleague
 Sara Amundson from the Humane Society
 Legislative Fund. Today's final action upgrades
 a 40-year-old federal law regulating the use of
 chemicals, and contains for the first time in
 any broader environmental and health
 protection statute - an explicit decree from
 Congress to minimize animal testing and to
 create a clear preference for the development
 and use of alternative methods and strategies.
 OBAMA SIGNS BILL THAT WILL CURB
 ANIMAL TESTING
 ALEXA ERICKSONx JUNE 24, 2016
 f Share on Facebook
 Share on Twitter

 President Obama's signing of the bill gives the
 Environmental Protection Agency an
 unmistakable mandate from Congress that it
 must continue to embrace 21St century science
 and transition away from outdated animal
 testing protocols, which are expensive, slow
 and often non-predictive of the human
 circumstance. I wrote recently that the EPA is
 dramatically decreasing animal tests for
 pesticide hazard assessments, and is now
 working to replace animal tests in its endocrine
 The new language in the bill will almost certainly
 accelerate the movement away from animal tests for
 chemicals, pesticides, biocides, cosmetics, and other
 potentially dangerous substances in risk assessment
 protocols or for safety substantiation. Photo by
 iStockphoto
 Breaking news: Obama sians
 measure to dramatically
 reduce animal testing
 screening program. In fact, in 2016, the
 EPA proposed to waive skin lethal dose tests
 for pesticide formulations
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Books, College, and Facebook: 15 WAYS TO STAY PRODUCTIVE OVER SUMMER BREAK by kimberlystudies <p><a href="http://kimberlystudies.com/post/120915399241/1-teach-yourself-a-useful-skill-like-html-java" class="tumblr_blog">kimberlystudies</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2>1. Teach yourself a useful skill like HTML, JAVA, or Python</h2><blockquote><p>Free online instructional websites like <a href="http://www.codecademy.com/">codeacademy</a> and <a href="http://www.w3schools.com/">w3schools</a> are great.<br/></p></blockquote><h2>2. Teach yourself how to cook</h2><blockquote><p>Reverse recipe look-up websites like <a href="https://www.gojee.com/">gojee</a> and <a href="http://www.supercook.com/">supercook</a> are imperative. <br/></p></blockquote><h2>3. Change your Facebook settings to learn a new language</h2><blockquote><p>Remember when you thought changing your Facebook to Pirate was comedic gold? <br/></p></blockquote><h2>4. Or read magazines online in another language</h2><h2>5. Explore Wikipedia Simple English</h2><p> You can learn about complicated things in plain, jargon-free, regular, human English. <br/></p><h2>6. Wikiversity too</h2><h2>7. Go to a lecture without having to physically move</h2><blockquote><p> <a href="http://academicearth.org/online-college-courses/">Academicearth.org</a> has free lectures and course material from universities like MIT, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and Columbia. <br/></p></blockquote><h2>8. Watch documentaries and TED talks on Netflix</h2><blockquote><p> Nonfics.com has suggestions for the <a href="http://nonfics.com/best-documentaries-on-netflix/">best documentaries currently on Netflix</a> and the <a href="http://nonfics.com/best-places-watch-documentaries-online/">best places to find documentaries online.</a> <a href="http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/">PBS</a> is also a great resource, as is this<a href="http://www.timeout.com/newyork/film/the-50-best-documentaries-of-all-time-documentary">Timeout</a> ranking of the 50 best documentaries of all time.</p></blockquote><h2>9. If you’re a college student, look into discounts and free admissions deals that your school offers for museums/shows</h2><h2>10. Download an app that will restrict you from websites that you spend too much time on</h2><h2>11. Find books that you’ll actually want to read</h2><h2>12. Or catch up on the latest and greatest articles that are available on the web</h2><blockquote><p> <a href="http://longreads.com/">Longreads</a> collects magazine pieces and articles for you. <br/></p></blockquote><h2>13. If you just can’t keep your brain focused for an extended period of time, catch up on some short stories</h2><blockquote><p> Free classics online at <a href="http://www.classicshorts.com/author.html">Classic Shorts</a> and American shorts at <a href="http://americanliterature.com/short-stories">Americanliterature.com</a>. Resources for <a href="http://www.openculture.com/2014/04/10-short-stories-by-gabriel-garcia-marquez.html">Gabriel García Márquez</a> and <a href="http://www.openculture.com/2013/10/read-14-short-stories-from-nobel-prize-winning-writer-alice-munro-free-online.html">Alice Munro shorts</a> at Openculture.com and a list that includes George Saunders at <a href="http://flavorwire.com/379177/10-more-wonderful-short-stories-to-read-for-free-online">Flavorwire.com</a>. <br/></p></blockquote><h2>14. Attempt to learn to do something <i>artistic</i> like draw or play the guitar</h2><blockquote><p> <a href="http://www.drawspace.com/">Drawspace.com</a> and <a href="http://justinguitar.com/">Justinguitar.com</a> can help with that respectively. <br/></p></blockquote><h2>15. Listen to podcasts while you commute, cook or wait in line</h2><blockquote><p> Try <a href="http://www.radiolab.org/">Radiolab</a>, <a href="http://www.stuffyoushouldknow.com/podcasts/">Stuff You Should Know</a>, <a href="http://howtodoeverything.org/">How To Do Everything</a>, <a href="http://podcasthistoryofourworld.blogspot.com/">The History of Our World</a>, or Neil Degrasse Tyson’s <a href="http://www.startalkradio.net/">StarTalk</a>. Check out more podcast suggestions from <a href="http://collegeinfogeek.com/mind-expanding-podcasts/">CollegeInfoGeek.com</a> <br/></p></blockquote><p>happy learning! x</p></blockquote>
Books, College, and Facebook: 15 WAYS TO STAY PRODUCTIVE
 OVER SUMMER BREAK
 by kimberlystudies
<p><a href="http://kimberlystudies.com/post/120915399241/1-teach-yourself-a-useful-skill-like-html-java" class="tumblr_blog">kimberlystudies</a>:</p>

<blockquote><h2>1. Teach yourself a useful skill like HTML, JAVA, or Python</h2><blockquote><p>Free online instructional websites like <a href="http://www.codecademy.com/">codeacademy</a> and <a href="http://www.w3schools.com/">w3schools</a> are great.<br/></p></blockquote><h2>2. Teach yourself how to cook</h2><blockquote><p>Reverse recipe look-up websites like <a href="https://www.gojee.com/">gojee</a> and <a href="http://www.supercook.com/">supercook</a> are imperative. <br/></p></blockquote><h2>3. Change your Facebook settings to learn a new language</h2><blockquote><p>Remember when you thought changing your Facebook to Pirate was comedic gold? <br/></p></blockquote><h2>4. Or read magazines online in another language</h2><h2>5. Explore Wikipedia Simple English</h2><p>

You can learn about complicated things in plain, jargon-free, regular, human English.

<br/></p><h2>6. Wikiversity too</h2><h2>7. Go to a lecture without having to physically move</h2><blockquote><p>

<a href="http://academicearth.org/online-college-courses/">Academicearth.org</a> has free lectures and course material from universities like MIT, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and Columbia.

<br/></p></blockquote><h2>8. Watch documentaries and TED talks on Netflix</h2><blockquote><p>

Nonfics.com has suggestions for the <a href="http://nonfics.com/best-documentaries-on-netflix/">best documentaries currently on Netflix</a> and the <a href="http://nonfics.com/best-places-watch-documentaries-online/">best places to find documentaries online.</a> <a href="http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/">PBS</a> is also a great resource, as is this<a href="http://www.timeout.com/newyork/film/the-50-best-documentaries-of-all-time-documentary">Timeout</a> ranking of the 50 best documentaries of all time.</p></blockquote><h2>9. If you’re a college student, look into discounts and free admissions deals that your school offers for museums/shows</h2><h2>10. Download an app that will restrict you from websites that you spend too much time on</h2><h2>11. Find books that you’ll actually want to read</h2><h2>12. Or catch up on the latest and greatest articles that are available on the web</h2><blockquote><p>

<a href="http://longreads.com/">Longreads</a> collects magazine pieces and articles for you.

<br/></p></blockquote><h2>13. If you just can’t keep your brain focused for an extended period of time, catch up on some short stories</h2><blockquote><p>

Free classics online at <a href="http://www.classicshorts.com/author.html">Classic Shorts</a> and American shorts at <a href="http://americanliterature.com/short-stories">Americanliterature.com</a>. Resources for <a href="http://www.openculture.com/2014/04/10-short-stories-by-gabriel-garcia-marquez.html">Gabriel García Márquez</a> and <a href="http://www.openculture.com/2013/10/read-14-short-stories-from-nobel-prize-winning-writer-alice-munro-free-online.html">Alice Munro shorts</a> at Openculture.com and a list that includes George Saunders at <a href="http://flavorwire.com/379177/10-more-wonderful-short-stories-to-read-for-free-online">Flavorwire.com</a>.

<br/></p></blockquote><h2>14. Attempt to learn to do something <i>artistic</i> like draw or play the guitar</h2><blockquote><p>

<a href="http://www.drawspace.com/">Drawspace.com</a> and <a href="http://justinguitar.com/">Justinguitar.com</a> can help with that respectively.

<br/></p></blockquote><h2>15. Listen to podcasts while you commute, cook or wait in line</h2><blockquote><p>

Try <a href="http://www.radiolab.org/">Radiolab</a>, <a href="http://www.stuffyoushouldknow.com/podcasts/">Stuff You Should Know</a>, <a href="http://howtodoeverything.org/">How To Do Everything</a>, <a href="http://podcasthistoryofourworld.blogspot.com/">The History of Our World</a>, or Neil Degrasse Tyson’s <a href="http://www.startalkradio.net/">StarTalk</a>. Check out more podcast suggestions from <a href="http://collegeinfogeek.com/mind-expanding-podcasts/">CollegeInfoGeek.com</a>

<br/></p></blockquote><p>happy learning! x</p></blockquote>

kimberlystudies: 1. Teach yourself a useful skill like HTML, JAVA, or PythonFree online instructional websites like codeacademy and w3schoo...