Saria's Song lyricsSaria's Song LyricsMore Like This
Which way's in?
Which way's out?
Wander through the forest of Kokiri
but soon you'll see
through this maze
Will not help, for this place
is shrouded in
In every corner's a fairy
Guarded by the great Deku Tree
In this land lives a hero
The children that play in the meadow
Will never grow
Which way's left?
Which way's right?
If you do stay for so long
I'll play my song
If in case
I will surely continue helping you
The skull kid plays the flute on the nearby branch
out the forest you will find Lon-Lon Ranch
Stay away from the falling moon
Until the darkness arrives soon
I'll play my tune
I WorryI worry.More Like This
I worry about the world we are growing accustomed to living in.
I worry about how bad it will be for our children.
Yeah, babe, I worry.
I worry about making it financially in a fiscally insolvent country.
I worry about the costs of our education and what kinds of jobs there will be.
Yeah, I do worry.
I worry about us keeping our heads and hearts together during hard times.
I worry about our generation paying for our politicians’ crimes.
Yeah, it’s hard not to worry.
We live in a country so embattled with itself that our government could just freeze.
I wonder then, where would we be?
History alone will make you worry.
Every day I see more of us dependent on government programs that could just vanish.
The funds we need now went towards wars we couldn’t even salvage.
Vengeance comes at the high price of worry.
Logically I see the hole deepen daily and wonder how any of it makes any sense.
Why, for God’s sake, th
HOMELESS PHOTOJOURNALIST GETS A SECOND CHANCEThis Former Photographer Is Now Homeless, But This Photo Is Giving Him A Second ChanceMore Like This
By Eleanor Goldberg
It’s an image of an unusual twist of fate.
Back in November, while walking in New York City's Union Square, Benjamin Lowy -- a photographer with Getty Images' reportage group -- stopped to chat with a homeless man who was holding a particularly "interesting" sign, he told The Huffington Post. It read: "Give selflessly and you will reap endlessly."
Lowy quickly learned that the two had more in common than he ever could have expected.
The homeless man, Scott Sutton, said he had worked as a photojournalist and then as a darkroom manager for Archive Photos, a group that Getty Images eventually bought. The pair found that they knew a lot of the same co
Juice Rap News: Net NeutralityWhat is Net Neutrality, and why is it so important to the future of the Internet? Find out by joining Robert Foster as he takes a whimsical trip into the World Wide Web, with its founder Tim Berners-Lee.More Like This
Plan To Kill The Internet1) The Death of Net NeutralityMore Like This
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently gave the green light for large Internet Service Providers to create a two-tier Internet system which would allow large corporations to buy up dedicated faster bandwidth, ending net neutrality and potentially leaving smaller websites in the dust.
If passed this will allow the “televization” of the Internet, resulting in large companies forming monopolies and restricting consumer choice.
“[S]maller companies that can’t afford to pay for faster delivery would likely face additional obstacles against bigger rivals. And consumers could see a trickle-down effect of higher prices as Web sites try to pass along new costs of doing business with Internet service providers,”reports the Washington Post.
For almost a decade, we have warned of plans to create an ‘Internet 2′ under which the old Internet would be left to crumble and die, eviscerating the world wide web as a
Why We Need Net Neutrality-multiple journal repostAnyone who also wants me to include their journal here just comment with the URLMore Like This
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HOW TO HONESTLY SAVE NET NEUTRALITY (Share)
(This article explains how cable TV prices went up for times the rate of inflation recently.)
If net neutrality is destroyed then it's all over, this affects North America and the rest of the world. To everyone who says "I live in Europe so this doesn't affect me" most web servers are hosted in the US so it affects you just as much in this aspect, it would most likely affect Canada first in the full aspect before anything the
Net neturality concernsI dont know if you have heard but it seems that the internet faces more and more silly bills or ideas each month.More Like This
originally stated in :iconPfaccioxx:'s journal and mentioned yet again in here:
no I myself have no succifent knowledge n the issue but if you feel willing a petition can be singed here:
info graciously provided by :iconuki--uki:
for all I know this could be something worse so promoting this is the least I can do.
I promise the next journal entry will be more optimistic.
update: the fight is going strong but it is highly recommended you check this out:http://en1gma92.deviantart.com/journal/HOW-TO-SAVE-NET-NEUTRALITY-Share-454588119
update: apperntly theres a new video up that's also connected to the journal:
They just don't give up, do they?First things first, people...More Like This
Think of a world without the Deviantart we all know and love...that's the Notice and Staydown in a nutshell. If the Notice and staydown is made into a law, it would force websites to use something like Youtube's comment ID system. Bigger websites would at least be lucky enough to still be on the web, albeit with some changes including entire categories of content being dropped. And the smaller ones? They wouldn't even exist anymore!
If you want more info about it, look here: http://flamewarflipsides.devi