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I'm Abby.

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    kurentsee:

    Imogen Heap helps invent gloves that will “change the way we make music”

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    I don’t think anyone could possibly imagine what having these would mean to me

    theres too much you could do with this i wouldnt know what to do oh god

    this is so fucking COOL

    The Mi.Mu Glove is on Kickstarter, the campaign ends May 3.

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    It’s really exciting to see what people might do with hacking them. So, the software is gonna be open-source, and so is the hardware.

    Considering how much data the gloves are able to process (right down to specific gestural input), and the fact that the gloves are wireless, this could go far beyond music. Mix these gloves with the Oculus Rift, and they might just become the solution for controller-free VR Input.

    I really, really hope the campaign is funded.

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      this is my favorite family feud moment

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      no one witnesses the fall of humanity more than him

      I’m crying

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        THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN

        I’VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS FOR SEVEN YEARS

        DO YOU UNDERSTAND HOW HARD IT IS TO ?????

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        socialanxietytruthsandhelp:

        Just trying to get the message out there, I hope this helps someone 

        NOTE TO FRIENDS

        I had panic attack 8th-11th grade. Not fun. It was so scary. Signal boost.

        Rule 1 of first aid for helping those suffering a panic attack: Keep your fucking self calm. Don’t flail around and scream for help. YOU need to take charge. YOU need to be there for the person suffering the attack.

        Some helpful hints:

        - Hold their arm/hand. Squeeze gently when you breathe in. Encourage them to breathe with you if they can.
        - Stay calm.
        - Ask them to count to one as they breathe in and out. Then count to two. Then three.
        - Stay with them. Tell them you are staying with them.
        - Get rid of crowds. No really.
        - Remind them it will not last longer than twenty minutes. Reassure them you have been timing it and it’s nearly over.
        - Stay calm. (Did I mention this…)
        - When they have settled, give them a small drink and maybe something small to eat - lollipops or candy sweets are good.
        - Don’t instantly want answers about the attack or trigger. Talk about something, literally ANYTHING ELSE.
        - Stay calm.


        [This comes from being a certified first aider at work, having a panic and anxiety disorder myself and having a student with severe attacks - I’ve dealt with four this week alone.]

        This is incredibly good advice.

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          eating a lot because stress management is a foreign concept

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            take me to a museum. kiss me on the steps. shove the Mona Lisa up my ass

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                some of the people tagging their posts as “diy” need to realize what diy actually entails…

                if there isn’t a tutorial for it/it wasn’t inspired by a diy tutorial, get it the hell out of my face

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                      really digging my long hair

                      really digging my long hair

                          does anyone remember that 4chords fanfic i wrote like three years ago and got like 400+ notes on

                          weird times man

                            Feel better Abby!!

                            thank you <3 

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Mascara, 1917

Whoa now this is what I call a history lesson

                              classy-kate:

                              Mascara, 1917

                              Whoa now this is what I call a history lesson

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