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too old for dresses

Freedom is a strange thing. For the first time, I could walk on the streets, I could wear a skirt. I was free. I was free to feel, I was free to fall in love. 225 more words




CALL IT “EYE-HERDING”, if you will, the art of channeling the viewer’s attention to specific parts of the photographic frame. It’s the first thing we learn about composition, and we address it with a variety of techniques, from depth-of-field to color manipulation to one of my favorites, the prioritizing of light. 377 more words


Medea's Role

Throughout the play, Medea is unveiled as a very complex woman who plays several different roles. These distinct roles are clearly distinguished when she interacts with the other characters in the play. 218 more words


The Internet of Things: A Dystopian Nightmare Where Everyone and Everything Will Be Monitored on the Internet

by Michael Snyder

Can you imagine a world where your home, your vehicles, your appliances and every single electronic device that you own is constantly connected to the Internet? 662 more words


Still Can't Figure Out How To Protect Myself

I’m the kind person with a very strong emotional side. I’m asked to do things for people that I think are “nice,” or “helpful,” opportunities and what I end up is sensing that I get used every time; from people who are very good manipulators. 882 more words


A Study in Faces

Burning, incendiary, forgotten fires

Lit up in a shadowed room

Pulpy, throbbing, pounding silence

Hurtful, lustful terrible pictures.

Did he love me? Forget-me-nots.

All we lead, is a double life… 32 more words