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what the hell daisuki.net. I'm trying to pay the anime industry and you're not allowing me to watch your **** on dolphin browser with flash workaround!





at least simple flash games are available now... *cough*
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Street Fighter reference in the first Lucky Star episode.
Good omen.

 

Have fun!

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Banzai!
Yay, mission accomplished! smily_headphones1.gif
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I'm curious, how does a string dissipate energy? I'm trying to think of an experiment I can use with strings. Have to present a theoretical proof of a certain phenomenon and have to experimentally prove that...
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I'm curious, how does a string dissipate energy? I'm trying to think of an experiment I can use with strings. Have to present a theoretical proof of a certain phenomenon and have to experimentally prove that...
It converts movement into sound pressure waves; or contact through the instrument itself I think.
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I'm curious, how does a string dissipate energy? I'm trying to think of an experiment I can use with strings. Have to present a theoretical proof of a certain phenomenon and have to experimentally prove that...

 

As in a guitar/violin string and such?  I imagine that it dissipates energy according to how it vibrates.  I suppose that you would calculate the energy of each partial/mode of the string's vibration, and they are each double the frequency of the prior.  Some of the energy goes into the air, creating vibrations of air particles (sound), and some would go into the solid object(s) the hold the string in place to allow the steady vibrations to occur in the first place.

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I'm curious, how does a string dissipate energy? I'm trying to think of an experiment I can use with strings. Have to present a theoretical proof of a certain phenomenon and have to experimentally prove that...

String...? what material and how is it used?

 


Welp now that I finished gave up playing ToToNo (stuck on 3rd playthrough), might as well start my next game :p

 

Bloody Rondo

 

 

Pretty annoying how VNDB doesn't have a character section for this game....

Have to read the character settings from the official site in japanese...


Edited by akiroz - 2/11/14 at 11:08am
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"Collaboration" of the year.
The instruments sound playback as hell.

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Lol, we almost never use cum in america for that exact reason.


I never understood why the people here like to use the most goddam complex words they could find to express the same thing simple english could. It's ridiculous.

I think there's a balance between not sounding like a prick who uses a lot of complex words, and not just using the simplest English all the time either, because it can be pretty inefficient and redundant at times.

 

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That is a Samsung Galaxy Note 2, a quite fabulous phablet. It takes quite long to load, even with a phone of this spec. The port is probably not very well optimized.

Dang, the text looks small even on a note 2! :blink: 

 

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I forgot to post this on Friday, but dayum was this some good sushi:

That looks like some proper sushi! The wasabi not so much.

What's wrong with the wasabi?

 

I went with a friend from Japan and he said this was the most authentic sushi he's had in the states so far, so I'm assuming it's legit. :L3000:

 

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Banzai!

LOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!

OPPAI BANZAI!

 

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That talk earlier about tablets got me to dig up an old fried one, with some a dead something. Wonder if there is a way to fix.

Maybe, if you were a bit more specific about the issue? :tongue:

 

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Street Fighter reference in the first Lucky Star episode.
Good omen.

Prepare yourself; there are over a bajillion references to other anime in Lucky Star.

I counted at least 10 blatant references to Haruhi too. XD

 

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Welp now that I finished gave up playing ToToNo (stuck on 3rd playthrough), might as well start my next game :p

 

Bloody Rondo

 

 

Pretty annoying how VNDB doesn't have a character section for this game....

Have to read the character settings from the official site in japanese...

Lol... You should add the characters to VNDB yourself!

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What's wrong with the wasabi?
I went with a friend from Japan and he said this was the most authentic sushi he's had in the states so far, so I'm assuming it's legit.

 

Prepare yourself; there are over a bajillion references to other anime in Lucky Star.

I counted at least 10 blatant references to Haruhi too. XD

There is nothing "wrong" with it. It just looks less authentic than all the other things there.

Totally my kind of humor ^o^

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I'm curious, how does a string dissipate energy? I'm trying to think of an experiment I can use with strings. Have to present a theoretical proof of a certain phenomenon and have to experimentally prove that...

Energy dissipation in such phenomena is usually way too difficult to work with experimentally.

I think it's caused by the fact that locally you're stretching and compressing small 'pieces' of string over and over, just because of friction this will cause energy to be lost to heat. There is also air friction, but I think that's not your main problem.

If you can get a stroboscope you can investigate the relationship between tension and natural mode frequency. That's a pretty well known relationship you can either deduce or look up (depending on your understanding of continuum mechanics :P). It also makes for a good experiment.

I actually did an exercise today where I had to derive the equations of motion of a string in two dimensions. It's pretty fun actually. (if done in a proper rigorous mathematical way that is, if you use arguments of local infinitesimal stretching I die a little inside)
Edited by Tilpo - 2/11/14 at 11:57am
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Woah, hold the phone!

I was just listening to my favorite classic radio station when they played a Sony spot.
A spot in which they advertised the ZX1 :basshead:
Pleasantly surprised.

 


I suck at writing job applications.
I'm a pretty modest person so presenting myself as if I'm some kind of demi-god is totally rubbing me the wrong way.

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Lolololololo
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

I suck at writing job applications.
I'm a pretty modest person so presenting myself as if I'm some kind of demi-god is totally rubbing me the wrong way.

I know right?

Also, why a job application? You're still a student right? Need some extra money, or something?
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

Woah, hold the phone!

I was just listening to my favorite classic radio station when they played a Sony spot.
A spot in which they advertised the ZX1 :basshead:
Pleasantly surprised.

 


I suck at writing job applications.
I'm a pretty modest person so presenting myself as if I'm some kind of demi-god is totally rubbing me the wrong way.

 

 

They like demi-god applications... Because everyone gives demi-god applications.
 
And you can be one too....but not with that attitude. 
 
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*whilst conversing naturally in German; thereby screaming*
I, TYG, excel at computer-electronic systems, social engineering, and data processors. Customer relations, and networking with a wide range of people is my forte.
 
I am fluent in English, German, Screaming, and hold a diverse background in the Western and East Asian arts as one of my background traits. 

My weakness, however, that I would like to embrace and overcome at ____ would be that I need to speak and communally interact more with my peers. I believe that at ___, I can develop the traits needed to be a participating member of societ

Schiit like that. I took random schiit I know about you and just put it into an application.Obviously, it kinda sucks and won't hold in any real job thingy as I wrote it in 2 minutes but the feelign is there


Edited by bowei006 - 2/11/14 at 12:41pm
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