Guide orc hordes to the beat of the drum, seek spaceship parts across a desolate wasteland, and reflect on your lifetime as an innkeeper as we morph once more into Trailer Thursday....
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Everyone was perfectly fine to offer you prayers in exchange for fair winds and great catches, but when it comes time to pay up, suddenly nobody seems to remember old Dagon. In...
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Redesign and repaint your blog, home, and closet, and prepare for a very nostalgic autumn/winter of 2019. This season's palettes are marked with warm colors with a single shade of blue, to break the warm monotony. Enjoy our picks and put your boots on :)
Let the vinyl spin in the rhythm of these magical colors. This soft, innocent, and fragile palette truly give the taste of retro fashion, parties and carefree times. There is a beautiful gradient from dirty white to subtle orange, where the smooth blue shade presents the perfect contrast.
Nothing says "autumn" like yellow leaves and a tall cup of coffee from your favorite local coffee shop. Wrapped up in your fluffy coat, swinging your boots through the grass in the park, smelling the perfect combo of roughly ground coffee beans and milk foam, you will fall in love with this season straight away.
Not only is this your favorite seasonal fruit, but it is also the unavoidable ingredient for the 31st of October, and the craziest party this year. Pumpkin palette is contained in the color of pumpkin and its surroundings in a beautiful green arrangement. Let the Halloween night shine with its full magical powers.
Since colder weather often comes with gray, rainy days, this cheerful color combination might just brighten your day. The variety of warm colors offers comfort, in contrast to cold agua shade of blue and coral pink. Golden yellow, raspberry, and chocolate are the most subtle shades of these happy colors, inviting you to wrap yourself around them and enjoy the rain.
This palette is contained of colors we have seen above, only in different, more playful combinations. This palette is to inspire your creative workshop to design, cut, and glue, decorate and give away something sweet that comes from your heart. We have a beautiful gradient again, going to pink and orange shades, and two dark colors to oppose the softness of the bright colors.
How do you feel about these palettes? What is your favorite palette this autumn? Tell us in the comment section below.
Author: Nina Petrov
Adding a user is one of the most fundamental exercises on any computer system; this article focuses on how to do it on a Linux system.
Before getting started, I want to mention three fundamentals to keep in mind. First, like with most operating systems, Linux users need an account to be able to log in. This article specifically covers local accounts, not network accounts such as LDAP. Second, accounts have both a name (called a username) and a number (called a user ID). Third, users are typically placed into a group. Groups also have a name and group ID.
Emoji are those fanciful pictograms that snuck into the Unicode character space. They're all the rage online, and people use them for all kinds of surprising things, from signifying reactions on social media to serving as visual labels for important file names. There are many ways to enter Unicode characters on Linux, but the GNOME desktop makes it easy to find and type an emoji.
InÂ Measuring the health of open source communities, I covered some of the key questions and metrics that weâve explored as part of the CHAOSS projectÂ as they relateÂ to project founders, maintainers, and contributors. In this article, we focus on open source corporate constituents (such as open source program offices, business risk and legal teams, human resources, and others) and end users.
Self Portrait.âArt work by Joni Mitchell, from "Morning Glory on the Vine" / Courtesy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Joni Mitchell is a woman of many talentsâtoo many for the label âsinger-songwriterâ to encompass. It does not capture the literary depth of her lyricism, the unique strength of her distinctive voice, or the deftness and versatility of […]
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Before you learn how to paint like Dutch American Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning, you might ask, whyÂ should you paint like Willem De Kooning? Shouldnât every artist have his or her own inimitable personal style? We might ask, why learn to play piano like Nina Simone or write prose like William Faulkner? If you stop […]
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This year marks the centennial of the Bauhaus, the German art-and-design school and movement whose influence now makes itself felt all over the world. The clean lines and clarity of function exhibited by Bauhaus buildings, imagery, and objects â the very definition of what we still describe as "modern" â appeal in a way that […]
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