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New Gallery Skin!
New Gallery Skin Isn't it pretty~! The original code is by the super talented Gasara (https://www.deviantart.com/gasara) ! The skin is free to download if you want to use it as well ! :)
Happy 20th Birthday Pokemon!
Pokemon is 20!! Do you have any fond memories of the games? I remember first borrowing it from a friend and being told explicitly not to save. I was so proud that I'd gotten to Mt. Moon before having to return it XD I think my parents bought it for me a few days later. Charmander will always be my favourite <3 who's yours? As tribute, I've collected a little feature below of some awesome Pokemon art over the years!
Fun-tagged-thing! Come play! :D
Tagged by RTNightmare (https://www.deviantart.com/rtnightmare)! Comment below and I will answer the following about you... 1. What animal/creature you remind me of. 2. What color I think fits you. 3. How I feel about you. 4. Insult you. 5. My favorite OC of yours. 6. What season you remind me of. 7. Tell you what food you smell like in my head. 8. Think of a random nickname for you. 9. What element you remind me of. 10. I'll command you to put this in your journal without using the words 'tag' or 'dare' or 'order'.
Why developers should embrace creativity
We often refer to artists or writers as being creative, but the actual definition of creativity is: “the use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.” So whilst artists and writers often gain their fame from writing something imaginative and unique, programmers also exhibit this skill, albeit in a slightly different way. Traditionally it was thought that the left side of the brain was for logical thinking, and that the right side was for creativity. Following this logic, you would assume that developers were left-brained, and that designers were right-brained. Unfortunately this way of slicing the b
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