Friday, 3 August 2007

Billy Goat or is it Silly Goat?

Truth About Your Astrology (Beautiful Pictures)

You are a Capricorn

The Goat

Modality: Cardinal

Element: Earth

Ruler: Saturn

Season: Winter

10th Sign of Zodiac

Metal: Lead

Stone: Amber, Onyx

Color: Purple, Brown

Anatomy: The knee, bones, skeleton

Keywords: tenacious, conservative, resourceful, disciplined, wise, ambitious, prudent, constant.

Comparison with its symbol, the Goat:

Goats are "agile animals" and "surefooted"(1). They are "gregarious, except for old bucks, which tend to live by themselves" (2) . Goats are considered to be rather hardy animals. Capricorn is most often compared to the mountain goat. Capricorns are thought to be loners at heart, with introverted characters. Mountain goats find security in cliffs and heights--the highest places that can be climbed. Slowly but surely, a goat climbs the mountain. And, Capricorns are thought to move through life, achieving success slowly but surely. A large measure of strength of character is also associated with Capricorn.

The glyph for Capricorn is a little more intricate than most. The V is thought to depict the goat's beard; and the tail is that of a fish (Capricorn, in ancient times, was associated with the sea-goat).

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Once a Goth/vampire, always a Goth/vampire!

Are you a Vampire, an Angel or a Human (pics)

Your a Vampire!you love blood and may get mad easilyGuy:Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketGirl:Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
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Ok, I knew it and now you do too! Goth through and through. I prefer the male image to the female, as well.
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Which Ultimate Beautiful Woman are You?

You are every goth-kids dream!
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Its actually quite close to the mark! Uncanny!
I know I had to jump on the band wagon too!
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Thursday, 2 August 2007

Mernac at a Glance FREE fantasy fiction

Mernac Link Guide to the Mothers and Fathers.

The Mothers and The Fathers
One Becoming a God
How To: Become a Disciple
Disciple Classifieds

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Mernac at a Glance FREE fantasy fiction

Mernac Link Guide for other Relevant Arenas.

Interactive Fiction**stray??

RPG Game Guilds

D&D Vs. MUD in Pen and Paper Wars**Stray ??

Off Site resources:

Passive Voice
Passive Voice & Passive Writing
Drow Name Generator
Great Science Fiction & fantasy works
Library on Line
Excellent template site for those of us who require help with our Letter writing techniques.
Punctuation Rules – Name states it all.
Forum Care - lots of links
Orb on the Net – reference site
Transition words
Transitional words and Phrases
Write it now – Novel writing software
Writing – lots of writing links and information.
Timeless Myths
Fantasy World Building Questions

SFS Critters

How to draw nice maps
Publishing links and How to
National Novel Writing Month
L.R Hubbard Writers and Illustrators of the Future
Book in a Week
Personality Pathways
Personality Test
Sixteen Types
Web Grammar
Elsen’s suggestion is that all scribes take note of this site.

Answers: is an encyclopedia, dictionary, thesaurus, and almanac rolled into one site. Although this site provides a broad resource for information to begin a project, is is not a good source to cite in papers.
Infoplease: Online version of the popular annual Time Almanac, InfoPlease is an all-in-one encyclopedia, almanac, dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, and biography reference that includes the Random House Webster's College Dictionary and the Columbia Encyclopedia.
Internet Public Libary
Original Farmers Almanac: Covers astronomical events, weather conditions and forecasts, recipes, and gardening tips.

Copyscape: Use this free service to learn if anyone has plagiarized your work. Used here!
Guide to Online Plagiarism Sources: This site provides plenty of resources that will help you avoid plagiarism's dark shadow.
Designers Toolbox: While this site is geared toward designers, writers can find useful legal forms and design tools for business print necessities like business cards and CDs.
Unpublished writers guide: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc offers information on topics that range from submitting material to your rights as a writer.

Legal guide for bloggers: The Electronic Frontier Foundation provides a comprehensive summary into blogging and U.S. law.
Performancing : Once you begin to write your blog, you might consider how you can streamline the process or - heaven forbid - make money. This blog is written in layman's terms (mostly), and provides information about tools, writing tips, and commercial aspects that can turn your blog into the prime marketing tool you need for your writing business.
Preditors and Editors : You'll save time and headaches by avoiding poor business deals that you'll learn about on this site. Use this and you'll be prepared to avoid author and writing scams altogether.

Acronym Finder: With more than 565,000 human-edited entries, Acronym Finder is the world's largest and most comprehensive dictionary of acronyms, abbreviations, and initials. Combined with the Acronym Attic, Acronym Finder contains more than 4 million acronyms and abbreviations.
Alternative Dictionary: The Alternative dictionaries contain "slang, profanities, insults and vulgarisms from all the world" in many languages. At the moment, there are 2743 entries in 162 dictionaries. This is a collaborative project, and the pages are developed and edited by Hans-Christian Holm. Had a ball with this one!
Dictionary of Military Terms: Browse the Department of Defense's Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. The DOD Dictionary and the Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations master data base are managed by the Joint Doctrine Division, J-7, Joint Staff. All approved joint definitions are contained in Joint Publication 1-02, "DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms as amended through 13 June 2007.

Poetic Terms: Robert G. Shubinski provides a poetic glossary through a first letter search or through a page with the entire glossary listing. Combined with Ian Lancashire's glossary of poetic forms.
Symbols: A fine resource for writers and for graphic designers, Symbols contains more than 1,600 articles about 2,500 Western signs, arranged into 54 groups according to their graphic characteristics. Personally found this one interesting.
Gender Fair Language: This short guide will help you to avoid gender-specific discrimination in your writing and speech.

Verbix: Did he lay or lie? Which tense should you use? If you're confused, this English conjugator will help you to determine how to use verbs in the proper tense. You can also Ask Oxford if you'd prefer.
Short Stories: 10 Tips for Novice Creative Writers: The title tells it all for the shorty writer.

Word counter: No, this isn't a way to count the words in an article - it's a means to count words that you use too frequently. Bookmark this page and avoid redundancy forever. Add the Cliché Finder to your bookmarks as well, and you'll be on your way to originality.
How to write a Better web blog: Written by Dennis A. Mahoney for A List Apart, this article defines Web writing for professionals, although "it ain’t never gonna happen if you got busted paragraphs, mistaken punctuation and, bad rhythm, not to mention kreative spelling: see?" Leaves me out in the cold.

Writing Programs
Writers café
Not a freebie, but there is free demo download to try before you buy. Also take a look in the free toys cupboard. It looks interesting.
Personal Know base
Notes unorganised. Maybe this program may assist with the organisation of them.
Stuck for the right word? This is a word replacement program, that may prove useful.
for making forms and document automation.
Been using this one for years! Nifty little program. There is a free trial download.

Back Pack: Backpack is a simple web-based service that allows you to make pages with to-do lists, notes, files, and images. Keep organized with a calendar and reminders, and with the ability to tag your notes so that they relate to each other, and send your messages via email or to your cell phone at predefined times. Sign up for free.
Autocrit: AutoCrit automatically identifies weak words and structures in your writing. This is a great tool to use to clean up your writing before you pass it on to human critics. Been using this one on and off for years!

New links will be added as they are obtained. Hopefully, this will become a valuable resource. Updated 14th July, 2007. Updated: 08/09/07.

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Mernac at a Glance FREE fantasy fiction

Mernac Link Guide for Artists. FREE fantasy fiction

Fantasy Art
Fantasy Art Gallery
Fairy Art Gallery
Gothic Art Gallery
3D Render Art Gallery
2D Art Gallery
Mernacian Gods Art Galley
Dragon Art Gallery
Mermaid Art Gallery
Dark Art Gallery
Photo Art Gallery
Nudity Art Gallery
Violence Art Gallery
Map Art Gallery
Elf Art Gallery
Unicorn Art Gallery
Spirit Art
How to submit ART
How to Rate Art
Art Lore
Prose inspired by Art
Art Contests
The Studio (Artists Lounge)
Art Tips
Monthly Art Contest FREE fantasy fiction

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