My heart is broken

Maybe I have played to many video games

Maybe I didn’t tell her how much I care and love her

Maybe I didn’t hug her enough, didn’t wipe her tears when she cried

Maybe it’s because I didn’t life my socks from the floor or left dirty dishes in the sink.

Maybe it’s because she just loves another

Maybe all of this was wrong.

anyway now she is gone.

gone and never to return again.

My love, my only half of heart, my soul mate my singing bird.

Please, please come back.

I miss you

and it’s cold.



How to get more people to follow you on twich tv

Everyone wants to be a star and without a doubt Twich is a great way to get followers and subscribers if you are good at what you do. The idea is to combine several aspects together in order to improve your chances to gain viewers and I will try to summarize them here.

1. Be Good at what you are doing

Let’s face it, if you suck at gaming there is no chance that you are going to get any viewers. I will later talk a bit about way to get them such as usage of social networks and video websites but first thing’s first – if you can’t play in an awesome way, no one is going to stay.

So rule number one, if you are not some top gamer that can really do cool things you can just use twich for fun but no one is going to stay around. the way to be a twich super hero is to really be a super hero in the game you are good at…

2. Record and share your videos on social networks and gain presence on the web.

It’s true that if you are popular you can rank higher on twich and attract more viewers, but to rank higher you need more viewers. it’s like the chicken and the egg concept.

So the first thing you can and must do is open a youtube channel, open a facebook page as well and a twitter account and start being active there.

Record your stuff and publish it efficiently. here are some ideas about social do’s and don’ts just so you won’t find yourself nudging people around with the same screenshots over and over and get people tired of your posts.

3. entertain your audience

You must have noticed that the main events on twitch gets personal live commenting on them. this really keeps the viewers attached to the screen and make things much more interesting. well you can’t really get that but you can be entertaining, you can talk and show a video footage of you.

Now if you really engage with your audience and keep them hooked you will have their loyalty and they will bring friends with them.

Other than that keep rocking at your games, you will get what you want if you are really good. and keep the basics of what I wrote in here and everything will workout.

Good luck!

Why Mortal Kombat X is awesome!

I think the whole game is almost reinvented. after we had 9 former versions it might seem that there is nothing to invent but these guys don’t stop surprising. The gore is more sophisticated but most important the gameplay is much more fluent.

1. Better smooth Combos

The combos in this version are truly fun, much easier to conduct them then before to keep a juicy and flowing battle. each character can choose a different style of fighting so now you can have the same character with at least 3 variations of fighting and special hits.

2. no more corner and move hacking

Remember those annoying friends we all hate that exploit a certain move of a character and then use it endlessly to humiliate and annoy you? you know what I’m talking about. it’s always the guy that beats you because the game was planned badly and then he also ends the match with “If its possible to do it, than this is normal gameplay, don’t be a soar loser!”

And you know in your heart that his is just a bastard and that players that play with real honor don’t do that…

So good news there is much less possibilities for corner hacking. and you cannot win with mastering two moves. the game was built in a way that you can really get out and still win if your opponent is not skilled with other moves as well.

3. bloody cruel gorey fatalities and brutalities

I remember when I was a child, the first time I saw sub zero take someones head out I was in complete shock. it was only mortal kombat one, but for back then it was horrible.

so for people who don’t like violence it’s better not to play this game since this time they took the fatalities way over the edge, becoming cruel and very detailed. you can see what happens to the organs and it’s not an easy sight.


From Dusk till Dawn: A Night Photography Tutorial

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By day Marcus Kazmierczak works as an engineer for Automattic on new product research; by night he heads out for photography. He writes about night photography at You can find more of his photography at

The sun going down doesn’t mean you have to put your camera away. Night photography offers up an opportunity to take unique photos — often with surprising results. With long exposures, the camera captures light and scenes in ways that our eyes can’t; this makes night photography fascinating to me.

This guide will help you get started with night photography, including a few tips and tricks I’ve picked up while shooting at night. So if night is the only time you have free for yourself and for your photography, you can still get out there.

Conservatory of Flowers, SF. f/8, 20min, Fuji 64T Conservatory of Flowers, SF. f/8, 20min, Fuji 64T

Getting started

Tip: I wear fingerless gloves, which allow…

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Five Themes for Poets (and Other Text-Loving Bloggers)

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Over at The Daily Post, our first poetry-focused Blogging U. course, Writing 201: Poetry, has just entered its second week. It’s been a blast, with hundreds of poets sharing their work, experimenting with new forms, and commenting on their peers’ poems.

After working hard on polishing their elegies, haiku, and ballads, most writers want to make sure their readers can enjoy their work to the fullest. This is where choosing the right theme can play an important role (this is true for non-poets too, of course): you want your posts to be readable, clean, and inviting. Here are some options to consider (as well as a few community favorites).


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This might sound like an unorthodox choice, given Illustratr‘s natural appeal to visual artists of all types. But its typography, post title styling, and overall crispness makes Illustratr as poem-friendly as it gets. Add a featured image, and you can balance the spare look with a bold…

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“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

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Thomas Edison, inventor of  the commercially practical incandescent lightbulb (among other things) and natty dresser. Thomas Edison, inventor of the lightbulb (among other things) and natty dresser.

What can we, as writers, photographers, artists, and bloggers learn from American inventor Thomas Alva Edison? Plenty, as it turns out. Edison is famous for many inventions, including the phonograph, a commercially viable lightbulb, and the motion picture camera.

His success resulted from trial and error, and many, many failed experiments before creating a lightbulb that could last 1200 hours, just as an example. He could have stopped. He could have given up. He chose to frame his work in a positive light:

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

Edison’s philosophy is particularly compelling to anyone who does creative work:

Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety nine percent perspiration.

How many rough drafts, spoiled drawings, and blurry photos have you created before that stroke of serendipity? Are you looking at a…

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Troll Tales

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About a year ago, I wrote about how to deal with trolls. My chief recommendation echoed the conventional wisdom on this subject: don’t feed the trolls. In other words, ignore them. Don’t engage.

I still think that’s the optimal way to deal with trolls; however, I’ve come across a couple of interesting stories lately from people who did the opposite — they engaged with their nastiest bullies, and they ended up receiving sincere apologies!

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