google resource

idk with some things telling people just to “google it” isn’t very helpful, and I know I personally tell people to just google shit, but like theres some stuff that’s blatant, and some stuff thats going to have a million different opinions on the topic, and google doesnt show the same results for everyone.

so like maybe if your point is really nuanced and you want people to understand it, perhaps don’t tell people to simply google it … because that could lead to some bad shit. like maybe just wait until you have time to explain it, or ask someone for help to explain it?

I recently went to a Google Resume Workshop that was primarily aimed towards software engineering students, but I think a lot of these tips could be useful for any resume! I decided I’d make this little post to share some of what I learned and hopefully help some of you get that job you’ve been wanting!

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  • Full name at the top, generally bolded or slightly larger
  • Beneath your name you want to put all of your contact info
    • Address
    • Phone Number
    • Email Address
    • LinkedIn link
    • Github link
    • Any other relevant link or contact info

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Hormones: A Guide for FTM's
Everything you need to know about HRT for FTM's.

I have gotten a lot of questions recently about hormones and hrt, especially from FTM’s. I have an entire google doc dedicated to resources for you all so I’m linking the best guide I have.

I hope this helps.



Heard of a pro-life organization?  More than likely, they offer all kinds of neato services or referrals to things like pregnancy care, suicide prevention/counseling, information on the foster care system, and more.

Seriously: actually try to genuinely get to know the kind of things are out there, a resource out there may help you or a friend someday.  They are not perfect, but ignoring that they exist hurts more people than it helps.

Reblog and add a link if there is a specific group or service you want to give a shout out too. Here’s mine to start it off.

Also gonna tag @lifemattersjournal because they have all kinds of resources.

Google Docs Dictionary!

I finally did it! I compiled (most) of the words I have in one of my notebooks that I’ve been using for my Korean classes into a big ol’ organized word doc for my use as well as for public use!

So, I have an introduction in the beginning of the doc, but I’ll summarize it here. I made this myself, so there will be mistakes. I have enabled comments in order for you guys to give me feedback on any problems so we can all keep ourselves educated properly on this wonderful dictionary. I have spent SO much time on this and will continue to update frequently, so all I am asking is for a little respect. I don’t care who uses it or who you give the link to, by all means go ahead. I just ask that you keep the comments clean and nice and that if you decide to repost the link or any screenshots, just give the proper credits where they’re due. Please understand that I took a lot of my own time to make this and I didn’t have to share it but I am because I want everyone to have access to all the free online resources they can when learning.

You can find the link right here, it’s open to anyone, you don’t have to have a special link of anything: Korean Dictionary.

I hope that you all find this resource useful in your learning and make sure to check back every so often for updates. I will try my hardest to keep adding daily or at least weekly. The semester is over, so I’m going to have a lot of free time at my campus job.

Thank you everyone for following my blog so far! There’s a bit over 5,600 of you learning with me and thank you so much!

- 케이시

You have your personal emails and school emails all tabbed and clogged on your bookmarks bar. You have two different tumblr accounts you have to switch over on a daily. Your essay’s reference sites are flooding in between your online shopping tabs. You want to separate your academic digital life on Chrome, but you just don’t know how.

Did you know you could by creating a secondary profile?

But why a secondary profile?
Exactly for the reasons above. To separate your personal life from your academic life and limit distractions and peering eyes when you’re at school or in a lecture. Personally I have it because I get to sift through my bookmarks and history better when looking for references before. I also have it to separate my Tumblr accounts.

This also helps me focus better on my stuff because I get to block websites and use the pomodoro method much more efficiently!

Do I need to do this?
No not necessary if you don’t want to! This is just a personal tip I wanted to share to everyone!

So how do I create a new profile?

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There it is. The DHMIS Part 6 Finale.

There were a lot of new teachers this time around but unfortunately a) I couldn’t do all of them because I can’t google enough resources for a collage and b) I already just lazily put together these ones.

Good job to Becky, Joe, and the entirety of the production team for a wonderfully creative journey.

You can find the first part of this collage series HERE.

axiscodes  asked:

Your work is inspiring! How long have you been cosplaying for? Obviously you're talented with a ton of different methods of making materials, do you have a suggestion for one that a first timer should master (I'm friends with a lot of cosplayers who suggest Worbla and foam, so I'm going to tackle that). I'd love to pick your brain on tons of stuff. I must ask, do you have a big ol 3D printer?

Thank you so much! I have been doing this off and on since college (~10 years ago omg). Back then there were so FEW resources so in the early years I kind of just winged a lot of stuff, made a TON of mistakes and learned a lot from that process. Now days there’s sooooo many resources a google search away and many more cosplayers share their knowledge. It’s like the cos-Renaissance. Blah blah blah, anyways.

I do NOT like worbla personally, I cannot get that shit to work for me, like ever. I much prefer the more pain-in-the-ass processes of sculpting/casting and vacuum forming. Although, those particular methods are not really beginner level. That being said… I actually have really liked using EVA foam! It’s cheap (great for making mistakes, yes I said great/mistakes same sentence). Check out Evil Ted’s videos on foam costuming!

(Also yes, we have le-3D printer.)

tfw you google local charities/resources for trans ppl and you find a site that says “we’re here to support all transgender or non-gender-conforming people!”

ok im so glad that this trans charity is helping cis girls with short hair or men or put eyeliner on im so glad

Sick of jumping between your university’s library and Google Scholar when searching for resources? Good news! You can link those two together with Google Scholar.

Step 1. Go to google scholar.

Step 2. Click on “Settings”.

Step 3. Click on “Library links”.

Step 4. Enter your college/university and press enter.

Step 5. Click the check-box before clicking “Save”

Step 6. Search for an article.

Step 7. Click on the link on the right of the article title (Fulltext@QUT for me), this will take you to your login page for your college/university. Once you login, you will have access to the article.

And there you go :) If you have any further questions don’t hesitate to ask me, I am always up for a chat.

If you like the way I explain things, check out this link. Maybe I’ve done something else that will help you?

anonymous asked:

Do you know of any good resources for scrupulousity? Mine has been getting worse for five years, and it's affecting my ability to actually practice my religion. Thank you for your blog!

i did a little googling & found some resources! this isnt my field of expertise as i am an atheist so im sorry i cant give any advice myself… here are some articles about scrupulosity: 

& here is some articles on ERP, the best known way to recover from OCD:

i hope these help!

What you Should Know About Astrology Posts

1. You are not always going to relate to your sun sign most.
2. It is impossible for everyone of a single sign to fit in with the description perfectly.
3. Astrology doesn’t define you
4. Sexuality and gender do not really matter.
5. No sign is more prone to mental illness then another.
6. Compatibility doesn’t matter in the end.
7. You are able to function if you don’t relate to your sign, you will be okay.
8. Google is a reliable resource for simple questions, don’t be afraid to try it!
9. If you disagree with a post you are not obligated to reblog it and you are not entitled to change it.
10. It is 100% okay to disagree with astrology!
11. Be yourself, live your life however you want never let astrology limit your life!

Opening and Closing at Starbucks

From anon:

New barista; the Google Doc resource list is so helpful! I’m using it to try to get more familiar with recipes so I can “relax” enough to focus on sequencing, support role duties, etc. I was looking through it and I didn’t notice anything on Opening/Closing procedures, shelf-life, etc. I haven’t had a few days to sit down and really read through it yet, am I missing it or are they there? We sometimes are scheduled alone opening/closing and I want to be fluent as possible.

Hiya, awesome job studying! That’s right - once you get familiar everything on the floor becomes second nature.

Sadly, I don’t think there are any documents that cover opening/closing. I’ve worked opening/closing shifts at several stores and the routine isn’t the same… that’s just the way it is. Since every store is a little different, I can’t tell you the particulars but I can go over a few high level points.


The worst part is getting out of bed. Once you’re at work, it isn’t all that bad. And once you’ve ‘opened’ the store, it’s generally slow for a few hours until your morning rush comes. Here are some of the duties:

  • Take out furniture
  • Prepare the RTD
  • Set up pastry case (includes day dotting pastries)
  • Make sure teas/pumps/lids and everything is stocked for the morning rush
  • Make myself a drink and eat a sandwich (my manager was cool!)

Way back in the day we had 45 minutes before open. With 30 minutes and 2 openers, I typically finish the pastry just as we open (the shift mostly deals with money and counting in). But on average, if you want to be more careful and stock nicely you’ll probably be ~ halfway done with the pastries depending on how fast you set up. 

About the pastry case…. it changes every few months and you shift/manager should give you a guide with pictures on where to put items. Your 1st time will probably be slow – I wouldn’t worry. I used to open every day and when the pastry case changes I take a few minutes longer too - you just need practice!


At my store, the most efficient shifts supervisors start ‘closing’ right as they get in (usually in the early afternoon). It’s better to have everything done and stand around in the evening than rush to get things down. We generally break closing duties in 3 parts: Bar, pastry, and General.

Bar duties

  • Clean all syrup pumps
  • Sanitize all bar tools (pitchers, spoons, containers)
  • Make mocha
  • Stock the fridge (mainly milks)
  • Clean espresso machine exterior and run cleaning cycle
  • Sanitize coffee urns
  • Make it look clean in general

Pastry duties

  • Clean pastry case
  • Sanitize all trays
  • Mark out pastries
  • Stock RTD case
  • Set up the case for the morning

General duties

  • Stock cups, lids, condiment bar
  • Take out trash
  • Sweep and mop the lobby
  • Mop floor under floor mats in bar area
  • Kick people out
  • Get furniture back into the store

Closing is very much a team effort and it takes everyone doing their job to get out on time. 

Generally, we close with 2-3 people. One barista will be responsible for bar while the other handles pastry. The shift is responsible for general duties and closing the tills. 

Although it seems neat to have 3 distinct roles, in practice we help each other if someone falls behind their tasks. For instance, very often unexpected rushes block the barista responsible for bar from cleaning and someone else steps in to help.

bonus closing shortcut:

Cleaning syrup pumps is one of the most time consuming and tedious duties, especially if you still have to make drinks. But, I used to do this shortcut that ‘cleans’ all the pumps in around 1 minute. 

All our syrups were held in 2 separate plexiglass cases and I would just take both back to the sanitizer room and spray it down vigorously with the hose in the sink. It’ll clean all the crust off both the pumps and plexiglass at the same time and you can just walk it back out to the bar. Fast. Of course, officially you’re supposed pump hot water through the pumps to clean the inside… that’s why I called this a ‘shortcut.’ Just use it responsibly. 

If you’ve opened before, you already know how to close. It’s easy - just make the store look how you want it to be when you open!

Oh, about shelf life: I only remember most pastries are 1-2 days. The hard sugar cookies (like the holiday ones) are good forever. If you don’t know how long something’s been there (if the day dot is missing), be safe and throw it out. 

Hope this has been helpful. I’ve been away from Starbucks for a while, so if anyone has comments feel free to add to this. 

Shelf life update from @juliet-echo-alpha:

Most sugar cookies are 12 days. Marshmallow bars and Madeleines are 14. Loaves, muffins, brownies, cherry Oat Bars, cake pops, and tarts are 2 days. Everything else is 1 day. Source: currently a SS, pull to thaw basically lives in my head.


Okay guys! Here I present to you my Sailor Moon S Redraw Project (Crystal Style).This is actually my very first project from my very first graphics tablet. I’m so proud of myself that I was able to finish this project knowing that I’m not a professional animator or such.


  • I created the background from scratch with resources from Google and Deviantart. (Please please take it easy on the critics hahaha I’m not very good at creating backgrounds)
  • I used the original Sailor Moon S image for references.
  • I added Saturn to complete all the senshis since she’s not on the original Sailor Moon S image.
  • If you recognize any image from the background that I used and you created it, please don’t hesitate to message me and I will give you a proper credit.

Please please please REBLOG and as always stay cool!
The "child-friendly Google" bans words like bisexual and transgender
A new search engine aimed at children blocks words such as “bisexual” and “transgender” and says that they are “bad words”....Many of those words lead to pages that could be useful to children, however. And sites related to sexuality, gender and other important topics are still being missed.

“It could be that those terms are often used as categories within pornographic sites. But that does not appear to be the primary way that they are shown or used in Google, with both offering a combination of help, support and news when searching for them.

A Google search for “bisexual” shows up pages helping people understand their sexuality, a Wikipedia page about what the word means, and articles about media and scientific understandings of bisexuality.”

Bisexualsugden’s Robron Squad!!! My 🔝 baes!!

I’ve had ppl ask me to rec blogs but I’m lazy af & have never properly done it so here it finally is! Not exactly a rec list, but a list of my friends & baes!

If you follow me, follow my Robron Google Hangout squad!!!

And some baes who aren’t in the Hangout but are def in my squad!!!

There’s like 900 more blogs I really love haha these are just people I can think of right now. 💀💀💀 I’m gonna hate myself later when I think of others I should have added. 💀 But yeah, these people–🔝🔝🔝🔝🔝🔝!!!  They can go from smutty & fluffy Robron headcanons involving boning on couches and kissing in public all the way to intellectual debates on the sociopolitical ramifications of Aaron’s survivor storyline, LMAO!! Basically just well-rounded, funny, smart, caring, clever, awesome Robron shippers & friends!

ghost-with-the-toast  asked:

Can you recommend some good sources on Tibetan Buddhism and maybe general mythology? I have a Tibetan OC (Yinglong, my darling detective dragon) and I need resources. Thanks!

Hi! Robert Beer’s Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs is excellent (check a library - it’s a $75 retail oversized hardcover). Tibetan religious art is so symbol-dense that by reading about and understanding the images, you end up absorbing a LOT of the doctrine. This book has mythological creatures, animal symbolism, ritual implements, picture-shorthand for important ideas (like the Wheel of Life), peaceful/wrathful/charnel material - all kinds of symbols with great illustrations and thorough descriptions of their history and meaning. I love this book to bits. :)

Another great resource: Google “alexander berzin archives” (specifically the red Archives, not the new white Studybuddhism pages). There’s a huge quantity of foundational material here, more of the philosophy and doctrine, spanning from lay practitioner vows through the highest esoteric practices (Dzogchen, tantra) and including discussions of the three sets of potential vows (apart from the monk/nun Vinaya vows) and daily practice rituals. If nothing else, the glossary can be a lifesaver because there can be a lot of lingo and lists to keep track of in this tradition and it can get frustrating fast. Last I saw, it was possible to download a copy of the entire Archive site, if you want it, so you won’t have to be online to read it.

Beer’s Encyclopedia is the best quick-reference resource for your purpose, I think, but feel free to ping me again if there are specific topics that you need more material on or if you just need some help wading through the Archives. :)

One caveat to keep in mind: Buddhism developed in the context of Hinduism in a similar way to how Christianity developed out of Judaism. Both religions share a lot of symbols and even some rituals, but Buddhism re-interpreted the old symbols/mythology and its original philosophy was constructed as a response to Hindu philosophical systems in use at the time. Just be clear on whether a source is discussing a symbol/deity/myth from a Hindu or Buddhist perspective, because the thing can look identical for both but have a radically different meaning for each.

And…I’m on mobile and I seem to have no option to send this response just to you, so I think I might have to post it publicly…? :( If that’s not cool, tell me and I’ll mess with it in a real browser. Good luck with the research. :D