I’m guestposting on this blog while my sexxxy best friend is skating. So…idk what to post about because I never blog :p I’m just gonna talk to myself. Right now I’m listening to some really good music but pthers may disagree, I guess it depends if you like children of bodom or not. I wasn’t allowed to swear on this blog post but the title was okay. I bet you’re bored outa your mind reading this but whatev I’m entertained for now. It’s really odd being in this skating rink cuz I dont skate but it’s cool watching how good everyone else is…yeah thats pretty much all I have to say :p Bye!
Recently I was doing my regular habit of browsing around the internet when I happened to stumble across an article on how different colors have psychological effects on us. I found this very interesting, and I would like to share my notes on it.
Well, it looks like I’ll go in the rainbow order. Red is emotionally intense. It stimulates a faster heartbeat and breathing. It attracts attention, makes things noticed. It is the color of love and makes the wearer appear heavier. At the first website, it did not mention anger or hate, but as I looked around I found that it invokes feelings of excitement or intensity, or just strong emotions in general.
Bam! Yellow is the attention getter (the most extreme), as it is overpowering and the hardest color on your eyes. Please, please, don’t put this as your blog page’s background, even if yellow is supposed to enhance concentration. Yellow causes feelings of annoyance and causes people to lose their temper more. It does enhance metabolism though.
Ah green. Green is calming, refreshing, and relaxing. It also improves your vision, probably because it is the easiest color on your eyes. Oh, and of course it symbolizes nature.
Causes the body to produce calming chemicals making one feel peaceful and tranquil. Although it can also be cold and depressing. Blue is the color of loyalty and increases productivity. (Research said so! Believe the science!)
The color of luxury, wealth and sophistication. It also can symbolize being feminine and romantic, but when I think of that I lose my like for purple. Apparently it can also make something seem artificial.
Romantic. Thanks, I think I would’ve guessed that. AH, but wait! It is also tranquilizing; makes you lose energy. Lovely. That didn’t help your cause, pink. I still don’t like you much. Except the pink panther is cool.
For genuineness. Apparently a study was conducted saying that a good percentage of males have brown as their favorite color. Interesting. Oh, brown can also come across as wistful and sad.
Is the color of power and authority. It is said to imply submission, but at the same time come across as overpowering and even aloof or evil. Black is stylish and timeless, and makes people appear thinner… but everyone knows that.
Well, those are the colors I have information on. Yes, I know there is no orange, but it is called an energetic color and causes feelings of excitement, enthusiasm, and warmth.
Anyway, you people can apply this knowledge to your wardrobe or your blog themes. Get the feeling you want in the subconscious mind.
Do you want to get more people to read your blog? You probably do. Here are some things will probably help attract those browsers to your site:
- Title: Your title should be catchy and easy to remember. It also should be a name that if you google, comes up near or at the top of the page. If your blog has a theme to its posts, have the name reflect it. It your blog is nonsense and randomness like my own, well, use your imagination.
2.Theme: Have a theme that draws readers to keep reading. I know when I go to blogs whose font is to small on a white background, I usually can’t focus on what I’m reading and leave without finishing the post. You should probably stick to brown or black (Neutral and not too bright), or blue or green ( Blue has psychological effects that increase productivity and relaxation. Green is the easiest color on the eyes). Stay away from anything to bright like yellow or hot pink. They are really hard on your eyes, and if you are already staring at a computer screen, no one really needs that.
3.Pictures: Have interesting pictures through your posts so people aren’t just staring at a block of text. It’s a first impression thing. If they see a cool picture, they’re going to want to find out what that post is about.
4.Spread the Love: You want people to come to your blog? Go to others’ blogs and comment! Remember other people want the same thing as you! Make them feel happy, maybe they’ll come by your site too!
5.Gravatar: Have a cool looking Gravatar. Yes, it makes a difference. Really. And sorry, but the Gravatar above does belong to someone already. Sorry for borrowing it. 😉 It’s really cool!
6.Post: Write on a regular basis! If someone decides they like your blog, provide them with stuff to rea
REMEMBER, PEOPLE DO UNFORTUNATELY JUDGE BOOKS BY THEIR COVERS. WORK WITH THAT.
Hope that’s at least a bit helpful!
I have come to notice that it is hard to find help and examples for C# online so I have decided I would put a few tidbits of my notes here for fellow programming nerds. Here is what I have salvaged for animating thus far from the stupid internet. Here is using a timer just to change up the position of a rectangle:
Hope that kind of makes sense. 🙂
In “Our Blogs” post a picture of your blog logo, picture or screenshot along with a link to your blog. Write on the wall to discuss ideas for post, share your work and meet fellow bloggers like yourself! We will start to incorporate events such as post challenges, and even add events of your own for others to join! Don’t worry, you won’t have to deal with the awkwardness of being the first one to arrive at a party, I’m already there, with Edwin from Awkward List, among others. Be sure to invite your friends, even ones from other blog sites.
Although we have not yet settled on a name, you can find us through our link:
Hope you join the party!
So not until recently did I start to constantly watch the “Big Bang Theory”. I was soon digested by the science displayed in the show and have become a fan (I’m not sure if I’m sad to be or not). Today I was watching it on YouTube and came across this video:
It was really hard to not laugh really library I hope you know.
For a while now I have been on an epic search for the perfect trench coat. I have been having more than a little difficulty. Here are my guide lines:
- Must be at least knee-length.
- Must be fitted, but not because of one of those tie belts.
- Must look epic, like in a cartoon or movie… (wow, vague)
Anyway, not until quite recently have I found something that exists outside my imagination that fits my requirements:
Yes, it is leather and yes, it comes from a strange gothic website *hangs head *. http://www.jlgleather.co.uk/womens-gothic-coats_womens-long-leather-buckle-gothic-coat-black-p-65.html
The only thing is A) You have to buy it via internet, and B) It’s bloody expensive!. I do not buy things online. Especially clothes. How are you suppose to know that it’ll look good on you? Come on! If we’re going to spend that kind of money, we want to try the thing on! It’s too bad, really. Guess I’m going to have to search downtown stores…