Can someone tell me where this screen cap is from? The video shows a woman in a green dress running up a mirrored staircase and doing some crazy dance moves.
I'm looking for the ebook version of the APA 6th edition manual. Preferably one of the later prints which include corrections since 2009. .
Thanks for the link, but it doesn't seem to work for me. If you're able to view / download it, it would be great if you could temporarily upload it on something like mega for a few minutes.
Hey guys. I have a big one to ask for. I want a black pegasus (as in pic) with a unicorn horn running through a hellscape (last part not necessary. Black background will suffice) Thanks in advance!
Hi guys, can someone help me out with something?
On /sp/ there are pics with the feels guy (If I remember correctly) with a flag and the team anons support or pepes with hoodies that have the team's crest on them.
Can someone make me some of those, please? This is the logo and the teams colors are white and green.
I can't find these on LibGen or any of my usual places, so a download link would be greatly appreciated.
"The Philosophy of Literary Form" by Kenneth Burke
"Form and Meaning in Fiction" by Norman Friedman
Thanks! Can I ask how you found this? Teach a man to fish, and all that.
And since we're at it, I'm also looking for "The Company We Keep" by Wayne Booth.
I;m glad you asked, because I forgot to mention I found it on Soulseek. Usually I would mention that.
>I'm also looking for "The Company We Keep" by Wayne Booth.
Recommend me some sites to watch free movies and tv shows
Mangatraders is down, where the fuck am I supposed to download manga now?
I'm not streaming
1 Volt can be defined as 1 Joule / Coulomb.
1 Ampere can be defined as 1 Coulomb / second.
1 Ohm is the resistance if 1 Ampere is in a material when 1 Volt is applied.
How would we define 1 Ohm algebraically like we just did with 1 Volt and 1 Ampere?
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SI_base_unit and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SI_derived_unit. Note that being a "base unit" doesn't mean it's not derived from anything, it just means it's a convenient unit to calibrate against the real world. You can derive the entire of SI after arbitrarily defining what a second, a kilogram and a Kelvin are.
For example, you can use a the speed of a photon to measure a meter. So you can now accelerate a kilogram to find out what a Newton is.
This means you can now place two conductors a meter apart in a vacuum and measure an Ampere.
You can also apply a Newton to something over a Metre, and get a Joule.
From Joules and Amps, you can get Watts, Volts and Ohms.
The definitions all work, because you can trace them all back to kilograms, seconds, and/or kelvin.
I tried to connect my external hdd to my asus zenpad without luck. It does not show up.
I used [picture]
I read something about OTM connector. Is that what I need? Thanks.
Asus says zenpad doesn't support NTFS, and Western Digital says MyBook comes formatted NTFS.
You should probably get a USB NAS that supports NTFS, and connect by WiFi.
Or format it ExFAT (which will erase everything on it).
Can someone provide me with tons of images of cute anime boys, please?
Does anyone have the psp iso for cave story? can't find that shit anywhere
There is a chart about how to improve your art game the quickest.
It said something like 4h a day for a year and it listed a bunch of books.
anyone have that, please?
Is it that one? I've got some others.
Does anyone have any photos of people pretending to be smart because they watch Rick and Morty? Shit gets my dick hard
Is this table good for reading pdf, watching videos 1080p, browsing?
Can I install any OS I want on it? Ex: Linux, win 7?
I'm looking for a DDL of Serial Experiments Lain.
Thanks and love!