11987 [Brand]14/05/2013 8:52:10 AM
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Photos of supermodels fetching super prices [Buy]10/05/2013 9:59:32 AM
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Men's Fashion In The Georgian Era [Buy]10/05/2013 9:50:52 AM
Men's Fashion In The Georgian Era Have you ever wondered what men's fashions were like in the Georgian Era? What were the styles of clothing worn by the aristocrats, gentry and men of means during the time frame of 1700 to 1790? The styles of clothing for men during this time in history are quite different from what the men of today wear. The male gender paid attention to such terms as pagoda sleeves, fracs, and tricornes. What are these items, you may be asking. In the next few paragraphs I'll explain those terms and more that pertained to the styles of clothing worn in the Georgian Era by men. Roughly between 1700 and 1790, known as the Georgian Era, mens fashion included a redingote as a part of the needed wardrobe. Sometimes it was also referred to as a Frock. In today's terms we might consider it an overcoat. The redingote was usually a coat with a collar, rather wide, and of a heavy material. Men would have normally used this part of their wardrobe for riding or traveling. The redingote shown at the right also incorporates the pagoda style sleeves and a belt. It was a popular piece of attire for men around 1750 and saw many different variations as mens fashion changed over the decades. Some clothiers would have referred to the coat at the right as a Greatcoat because it had the feature of the small collar that could be raised to protect the face from wind and the elements. I am sure we have all seen the style of hat that men typically wore during the Georgian era known as the tricorne or tricorn hat. From the common man to men in the military and navy, these hats were worn for both style and practicality. The three corners of the hat were arranged in such a manner that the hat would gather rainwater and let it flow away from the gentleman's face. This hat came before there were garments created for rain gear. The Georgian hat shown above is from around 1780 and was made from the fur of a beaver. Image CreditReleased by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art into the public domain. Here in the United States we might refer to the Georgian Era as the Colonial Era as the colonies were being populated by Europeans at the time. Whether we refer to these trends in mens fashion as Georgian or Colonial the clothing is quite recognizable from the history books, novels, and movies that we can enjoy now. Other typical fashions included: Brodequin were a type of boot during the Georgian/Colonial Era Cadogans were the wigs that had a short pony tail pulled back and held with a black ribbon Cravat was the name of an ornamental type of neckwear Engageantes were the cuffs of lace worn by both men and women and usually had two or three tiers to them Habit was a term for a more formal wear that men might have worn when at the Court of the King or a fancy event Waistcoat was made of a fine material for the front with a lining material in the back and was worn under a man's outer garment, much like a vest of today.
Pen Pals [Buy]10/05/2013 9:10:32 AM
Pen Pals I remember back in middle school I had a pen pal in Japan. I kept in contact with him all through middle school(sixth to eight grade) then when I left to high school, I lost contact with him. As of now I'm in college, and enjoying it. While I may be a little to old for this, I had a question. Since nothing really happens down here, and I find myself with free time, I've been thinking about finding someone to write a old fashioned letter to, preferably in Japan. Since I only had limited experience with it in middle school, I don't know if people are still open, and up for this. Does anyone know any sites where I could get some info, or possibly look for something like this? Going through some of my old work/papers made me realize that I had a pretty good relationship with my old pen pal. You mean paper? Or actual letter? Paper writing has gotta be pretty rare. I've unfortunately reached the age where I can probably not call myself part of the "younger generation" anymore (I just don't understand these kids today and their horrible pop music!), but even I don't use paper correspondence anymore. Letter writing, though, yeah. it's not a lost art. A lot of teens no doubt use IM most of the time but when you're dealing with a foreign language I think it really helps to be able to consider your writing for a while before sending. Email is still used a lot. This thread is kinda old now but I've just "discovered" a couple sites that I think might be helpful. and I put "discovered" in quotes because it seems like about half the world knew about these sites before I found them, but obviously the OP didn't think of them and nobody else brought them up. The first is MySpace, the second is Mixi. I mentioned them in the off-topic forum once but nobody read that post (I think I got one reply) and anyway it was in a different context. I never thought about using them for pen pals before but already after like one day on Mixi I have two without even trying. One of them found me on Mixi and then contacted me on MySpace (in English and romaji), the other just emailed me through Mixi. Mixi is invite only but MySpace is not. I think I can invite people on Mixi now but I don't know how the site really works yet so I'm not sure I want to start handing out invites yet. But MySpace has thousands of Japanese people on it as it is, in Japan. A lot of Japanese people are apparently on both sites. Obviously most of them will also speak English, although I'm sure they will speak Japanese as well if you want to. And they're there for the purpose of being social.
How to show that a bar is loading [Shop]5/05/2013 3:39:31 PM
How to show that a bar is loading If the bar is filling you use an arrow pointing into the empty section, but if the bar is emptying, use an arrow pointing into the full section. If the bar is static, use a straight join. You could work out the direction required by averaging change over the most appropriate unit of time, and you could make the acuteness of the arrow point relative to the rate of change. If you need to bring attention to the bar even more, you could animate the bar in a pulsing fashion such that it animates between a previous position and the current position - again with the previous position being determined by a suitable amount of time. This would emphasise the direction and rate of change. If the bar is filled on certain events (and the bar is important enough) you can draw attention to the bar on those events; for instance in Borderlands every time you earn experience it displays the amount of experience earned, then shows the amount sliding into the experience bar, which then glows and fills up a little. However if it constantly fills you don't want to bring too much attention. If it's constantly filling and dropping the user might be annoyed ifyou make it blink or make sounds too often. If the increase is quick enough a smooth, pixel by pixel growth animation usually makes it clear that it's recharging. Also remember it's often most important when bars like this are full, especially when the bar recharges very slowly. Consider a small chime or short, stronger glow on the bar once it reaches 100%; too often have I played games with a recharging "attack"/ect meter I forget to use because I don't know if I can use it or not. Don't make it make sounds too often though, we all hated the SNES health bars that went BEE BOO BEE BOO for hours when you were low on health.