kanrose:

iammakingperfectsense:

insidemymmind:

Okay, so in Science class yesterday we were talking about sleep cycles and melatonin and my science teacher said, “if you’re trying to sleep, avoid one colour. Blue. Your melatonin levels decrease when looking at the colour blue because it’s the colour of the sky.” GUYS, I KNOW WHY NONE OF US SLEEP. TUMBLR IS BLUE.

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THE JIG IS UP, YOU SNEAKY BASTARDS. WE’RE ONTO YOU.

superbator:

superbator:

superbator:

You know when you’re all high and everything has that weird taste when you eat it? Like it’s not the weed taste it’s just like an extra taste bud was installed on your mouth?

lol taste BUD haha was that intentional or?

wait this is my post. i fucked up

Terrible terrible day today.
Sometimes I really wonder if everything will turn out the way I want it to in the end. It’s always easier to tell my friends to believe in their abilities and that everything will turn out fine.

But when I think about my own results, I’m truly terrified by the future. When I was taking Os, everything was simpler. As long as I did my part of completing TYS, I was guaranteed an A. But now, even if I finished all the extra papers, there’s still a chance of me failing. How am I going to cross this hurdle?

Everyday I wish for time to stop, for me to have time to take a break and rest. But no, everything rushes past in a whirlwind.

31 days to prelims
94 days to As

Can I do this?

hit-it-and-quidditch:

allthingshyper:

ionosphere-negate:

le-claire-de-lune:

crowdog66:

smellslikegirlriot:

If you are reading this, thank this woman. Her name is Grace Hopper, and she is one of the most under appreciated computer scientists ever. You think Gates and Jobs were cool? THIS WOMAN WORKED ON COMPUTERS WHEN THEY TOOK UP ROOMS. She invented the first compiler, which is a program that translates a computer language like Java or C++ into machine code, called assembly, that can be read by a processor. Every single program you use, every OS and server, was made possible by her first compiler.

Spread the word! (Although I’ll bet there are still some dudebros out there who’ll claim she’s a “fake geek”…)

Favorite fact: She coined the term “debugging” when they had to remove an moth (an actual, living moth) that had gotten trapped in the Mark II computer at Harvard University in 1947. While referring to glitches as bugs existed before, she brought the term into popularity. 

She also got the trend of personal computers going with her suggestion to the DoD to use more smaller units rather than one big one.

Please explain to me why I never knew about her before?

you know why