I just died.
Here’s a batch of speedpaints I did over this past week, the last one based off of the previous speedpaints merged together. It’s pretty relaxing!
why the fuck is Kaneki 19 years old when he looks like this underaged innocent shit like
while Ayato is 14/15 years old when he looks like this fricking mature hot ass like
where is the fucking logic
Me: 1 hour = three anime episodes
A Ferguson town hall, held in the Wellspring Church, Thursday night, August 28th. Part 1.
Hi! I made this little guide thing because I’ve noticed throughout high school and college that students, including myself, with disabilities often have trouble with teachers that use PowerPoints. Many people do not know how to make an accessible PowerPoint.
Having an accessible PowerPoint benefits everyone! Not to mention, it is a right protected by (Federal and State) law that people with disabilities have accessibility to electronic documents. So please, after reading this little guide, I HIGHLY encourage you to do some research on how to make electronic documents accessible (especially if you are a teacher or college student). Accessible documents do not only apply to PowerPoint, but Word, Excel, and a countless number of other programs.
I want to mention one thing though: I broke a big rule that I didn’t include on my little guide. Try to keep eight or less lines of text per slide. Each line should have less than ten words. I broke this rule because Tumblr allows only 10 photos for photosets, so I couldn’t break the text up anymore. I’m really sorry. :( Also, this is not a be-all and end-all guide! I seriously encourage you to look into making any and all documents more accessible (go on YouTube, there is a ton of great tutorials).