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Wat? That's like the symbol for the Hunger Games.



WHAT???? you too? Blasphemy!
That's I-401's logo!

The Hunger Games was released before Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio though. tongue.gif
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The Hunger Games was released before Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio though. tongue.gif

But the logos doesn't even look alike.... :|

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Birds in circle = the same.
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post


Nice review.
You wrote memory foam wire somewhere. Are you sure that this is right? Never heard of a cable that has foam involved in any shape or form.

After reading your sound description, I did not really expect that they get a 8,5/10. More like a 7,5 or 8.
Or is the rating based on the SQ you get for the price?

 

Nope, I was sleepy. It's only memory wire. Thanks for finding it. Yeah its based on price and yeah, I feel it more like 7.5-8 personally BUT many other users prefer this type of sound

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I'm not digging the dreary grey background panda-sama, it's depressing.

 

There's also a typo on the Author section on the right, it should be 'writing'. :p 

ahhhh man! So many errrors!

 

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Parker Quink, got a bottle of that as well. Pretty OK ink, but I feel it's not wet enough for two of my pens, whereas my other ink (right now Pilot Iroshizuku Ku-Jaku) is too wet for the other two.

As for writing with math, it truly depends on the pen/ink/paper/writing style combination. You may want a slightly wetter ink / wetter pen, since you're going to be doing a lot of raising the nib. I have one pen which absolutely can't math, but my most expensive and most used pen I've bough in particular for using math and I find it much nicer than any ball point I've ever tried to do math with. I tried out lots of pens at a pen store and if I wouldn't have done that I'd probably be much less satisfied with what I'd bought, since it would never occur to me to even look at the pen I'm now using 5+ hours a day.

Also I don't know about you, but whenever I do math it's much more 'word' than 'symbol'. But maybe that's just the case when doing more abstract math where the you need to write down exactly what you're doing instead of just jotting down algebra.

For example here is a sample of some group theory work. This is far from being my best handwriting of course.





Furthermore regarding the angle at which you hold your pen: you should really try experimenting with this. The most natural to me is an approximate 45 degree angle, but I also have an italic pen which changes how bold it writes with pen angle (as well as ink flow unfortunately).
I too have 2-3 table spoons of matcha left. Hmmm.
I want to make this, but I already planned to make apfelstrudel for next week instead. Maybe something for sometime else. I'll save the recipe biggrin.gif
This.
And adjusting writing style is important as well. You probably need to learn to put much less pressure than with a ball pen, and it's more favorable to use your shoulders to write instead of your fingers. Try this if you're not used to it: hold your pen in your hands in a natural way and then do not move your fingers or your wrist, keep them in fixed orientation at all costs. Then start writing by moving your entire arm using your elbow as a hinge. Practicing this until it became natural gave a huge improvement to my hand writing, as well as giving me the ability to write longer since it uses less energy this way.
I never have trouble with air bubbles in my cartridge. I always just fill it up like normal and then extend the piston out a tiny amount and retract it again. Doing that is in my experience enough.
This.

Although despite the fact that I write a lot (I finish an 80 sheet (160 pages) A4 notebook in about 18 days), I only need ink about every 6 months. I guess it also depends on how much ink the pen uses.

Thanks, I'm learning more and more about how Fountain Pens work and so far it's pretty awesome how it does.

 

As of right now, I'm having an easier time with gel ball point pens for math but for writting, the Fountain Pen feels very executive in its usage. 

 

I'm working with different pen angles and positions and styles with the cap on the pen and without it. I don't really know of my own preference yet which I guess is a problem in itself.

 

I've heard the same advice of using the arm to move the pen. I tried it and it was quite hard.

 

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You should implement a pictures gallery and as deadlylover-senpai pointed out, you also could use a more interesting background.

I'm doing that in future mega updates of the site. yeah :/

 

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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

This makes absolutely no sense.

 

Stop butchering Uncle Ben's quote.

 

Ah, you must be screwing with me.

 

So the drivers themselves are ergonomic?

 

Your mastery of the period is outstanding. In this case though, you might want to buff up on your comma.

 

I need to get a good fit and memory cable to create this situation?

All you needed to do was to put "the" before the "need".

 

So they have very weak isolation, but they have no problem isolating.

Why must you confuse me so.

 

There's actually nothing wrong here. It's just a cluttered slap to the face for English teachers everywhere.

 

The last part is very redundant. I'll stop being mean for a second, and vocalize a legitimate complaint. You tend to restate things in a redundant fashion all throughout the piece. 

 

This makes no sense.

 

Comma comma comma comma comma. Comma. Comma.

 

There was never a later.

I waited for hours.

Thanks Twinkles. I fixed most of the errors. :evil:

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Wat? That's like the symbol for the Hunger Games.

How could you do that!? Iona <3
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I'm re-watching Deadman Wonderland..... not as gory as I remember it frown.gif
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Ahh Twinqy, that was glorious... I think everyone around me in class heard me laughing and wondered what the hell I was looking at.
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This makes absolutely no sense.

Stop butchering Uncle Ben's quote.

Ah, you must be screwing with me.

So the drivers themselves are ergonomic?

Your mastery of the period is outstanding. In this case though, you might want to buff up on your comma.

I need to get a good fit and memory cable to create this situation?
All you needed to do was to put "the" before the "need".

So they have very weak isolation, but they have no problem isolating.
Why must you confuse me so.

There's actually nothing wrong here. It's just a cluttered slap to the face for English teachers everywhere.

The last part is very redundant. I'll stop being mean for a second, and vocalize a legitimate complaint. You tend to restate things in a redundant fashion all throughout the piece. 

This makes no sense.

Comma comma comma comma comma. Comma. Comma.

There was never a later.
I waited for hours.

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Viel Glück ^o^

Bedankt!

(If you're talking German I'm gonna use Dutch. Ha!)

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Thanks, I'm learning more and more about how Fountain Pens work and so far it's pretty awesome how it does.

As of right now, I'm having an easier time with gel ball point pens for math but for writting, the Fountain Pen feels very executive in its usage. 
I'm working with different pen angles and positions and styles with the cap on the pen and without it. I don't really know of my own preference yet which I guess is a problem in itself.
I've heard the same advice of using the arm to move the pen. I tried it and it was quite hard.

Again the writting [sic]! That's such an odd mistake.

Yeah learning how to write like that doesn't come instantly. It feels really awkward at first and your handwriting will look less good and go less fast at first. But the great advantage of this writing method is that your letters will vary less in appearance in particular at higher speeds when writing cursive. It's a way to improve both writing speed, stamina (takes close to zero strength) as well as aesthetics.
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post
 

I just noticed this in aoki hagane's OP... translation plz?

 

Oh that's tough.
It's some kind of (really cool) little poem/proverb.


Threefold is the step of time: Hesitantly comes the future, fast like an arrow moves the present, eternally stays the past.

Something like this :o
 

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Iona <3  +1 :D

I was just thinking of laser-engraving this on my DIY amp going by the same name~


Like I said on the Faceberks....reminds me of this:

Still cool!

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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


Bedankt!

(If you're talking German I'm gonna use Dutch. Ha!)
Again the writting [sic]! That's such an odd mistake.

Yeah learning how to write like that doesn't come instantly. It feels really awkward at first and your handwriting will look less good and go less fast at first. But the great advantage of this writing method is that your letters will vary less in appearance in particular at higher speeds when writing cursive. It's a way to improve both writing speed, stamina (takes close to zero strength) as well as aesthetics.

I've noted that the pen works really well with script as script doesn't require as much 'lifting from the paper' as other forms of writting does.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

Oh that's tough.
It's some kind of (really cool) little poem/proverb.


Threefold is the step of time: Hesitantly comes the future, fast like an arrow moves the present, eternally stays the past.

Something like this :o
 


Like I said on the Faceberks....reminds me of this:
 

Still cool!

Wow...that's a very weird poem!

 

We were of course all waiting for our German friend to let us know what all that Deutsch meant!

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I've noted that the pen works really well with script as script doesn't require as much 'lifting from the paper' as other forms of writting does.

Again 'writing' with double 't'. WHY!?

I strongly recommend learning to write in cursive. It's actually significantly faster than writing in block letters, though it took quite a lot of time before I got consistent slant, letter size and spacing. Now it's so-so, and I have much improvement to make still.
Then again, my cursive hand is right now more readable at high speed than my block letter hand, so that's all good.
Still gotta work on my capitals too.
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


Again 'writing' with double 't'. WHY!?

I strongly recommend learning to write in cursive. It's actually significantly faster than writing in block letters, though it took quite a lot of time before I got consistent slant, letter size and spacing. Now it's so-so, and I have much improvement to make still.
Then again, my cursive hand is right now more readable at high speed than my block letter hand, so that's all good.
Still gotta work on my capitals too.

Double T all the way, across the sky, so intense. Double T, all the way, across the sky, oh my god, look at that Double T.

 

..... I do write in cursive with it.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Double T all the way, across the sky, so intense. Double T, all the way, across the sky, oh my god, look at that Double T.

..... I do write in cursive with it.

Double T. So do you mean like T*T? If that's equal to T T* then the operator is normal (given that * is a convolution forming a C* algebra).
That means all the eigenvalues of T*T are real, bounded by the operator norm (if T*T is also bounded), and furthermore if it's also a compact operator the operator is given by it's spectral decomposition.

Argh.
Functional Analysis, what have you done to my mind. I'll be so glad tomorrow at around 4 O'clock. No more functional analysis for two years.
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Wow...that's a very weird poem!

 

We were of course all waiting for our German friend to let us know what all that Deutsch meant!

I actually like it.
Might have butchered the meaning a bit too much with my sub-par translation :3
Still no idea why anyone would paint this on a submarine/battleship.

Today I went to Ikea with my younger brother.
Went like every Ikea trip:

"Hooray, we are going to buy lots of cool things there!"
"Okay, I really can't decide between all these different (insert piece of furniture)....and where the hell is this other thing I planned to buy?"
"This is odd...is this floor being expanded while I'm walking through it or why does it seem to be endless?"
"Why are there so many ******* people here?! At least they are pushing me towards the exit...."
"Finally the big store hall thingy where you pick up all the furniture! Let me just pick up this box and...break my friggin spine. My new Billy cupboard can't possibly be this heavy :'("
"Why the hell did all these people buy so much sh*t? I swear I'll burn this whole building down if I hear just one more couple fighting about the color of their stupid shower curtain! Let me just leave this horrible place!"
"Freedom!!!.....where did I park the fuggin car?!"

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