Awesome tip for YouTube watchers: BLOCK ALL ANNOYING COMMERCIAL ADS!!! FREE :)

Hello friends, i enjoy watching YT videos, however those annoying commercials they force upon us sucks! Here’s the workaround:      http://adguard.com/en/adguard-windows/overview.html

This effective little app does a great job blocking all pop-up ads including YT Commercials! It runs silently in the background and you don’t have to do anything once it’s up and running. You can install it as a Windows program, Android Phone App, or your favorite browser extension. Absolute BEST FREE commercial filter by far, blocks 100% of YT ads! LUV IT. 🙂

Tech tips for writers

Read more of Wayne Wirs work: mysticsjournal.com

In between the Joy of Eternal Being practice, I’ve been “tinkering” with a few techy things in Ulysses. I’ve been tweaking my workflow, researching the built-in stylesheets in preparation for exporting these journal posts into ebook format, and playing with Ulysses’ beta version for the iPad.

One of the reasons I love Ulysses—besides its simple and clean interface—is in how logically it is designed. Similar to web design, you write the “source code” (your text) and use stylesheets to export your text to various formats (Word, rich-text, HTML, ePub, …). They have built in stylesheets so you don’t have to know anything special to export your work, but—if you do know CSS—you can create your own stylesheets to customize your own personal designs.

I use Ulysses to write all the text for this blog, then export it to HTML to preview it in the browser. When I’m satisfied, I simply copy and paste the text from the browser view into WordPress for publication on the blog. What is key in all this is that I’ll use the same source text to export all the blog posts into ePub format to create the ebooks at a later date. Same source text—two different products.

This strategy Ulysses decided on—one source document that can create many output documents—is a huge benefit for today’s writers faced with a multitude of publishing formats demanded by the industry and technology: A double spaced plain text document for editors, a Word document for agents and publishers, a PDF document for proofreaders, an HTML document for the web, an ePub document for ebooks, ….

I wish I had done this with the WayneWirs.com site, it would have made Awakening of a Mystic—a collection of previous blog posts—a piece of cake (I still haven’t compiled, copy/pasted,  and/or massaged Awakening out of the posts I tagged four months ago because it’s such a mess).

Note: I highly recommend the book, Writing A Novel With Ulysses III by David Hewson for some great tips on using Ulysses and organizing your writing in it.

Source: http://mysticsjournal.com/12272014-to-the-writers/

THIRD Malaysian Airliner Disaster! AirAsia flight QZ8501Goes Missing!

Ok now this is really getting old, modern day airliners don’t just disappear like Amelia Earhart. 3 Malaysian planes go poof in one year, seriously? We’re already expecting the next false flag, surprise surprise it’ll involve this freaking plane! Please US shadow gov’t – stop it already!

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BREAKING: Malaysian budget company AirAsia flight QZ8501 with 160+ on board, 17 of them children, goes missing in Asia. RT video report.

BBC report: AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501 to Singapore missingQuote from BBC:

“An AirAsia Indonesia airliner flying from Indonesia to Singapore with 162 people on board has gone missing. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control at around 06:20 local time (23:20 GMT) over the Java Sea. The plane, an Airbus A320-200, disappeared midway into the flight of more than two hours from the city of Surabaya. No distress call was made.Bad weather was reported in the area, and an air search operation has now been suspended for the night.

Planes from Indonesia and Singapore had been scouring an area of sea between Kalimantan (Borneo) and Java. Some boats are reported to be continuing to search as night falls. No wreckage has been found, an Indonesian official told the…

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