Luigi Hann


You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes a day, unless you are too busy. Then you should sit for an hour.

- Zen Proverb (via vawlts)

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Myst III: Exile in the Classroom, by Mark Warner

"After a fantastic first week, our ‘Myst’ work has continued with great success and incredibly high levels of motivation from the children.

Travelling together with our wireless mouse and interactive whiteboard, we visited Voltaic, looking at the unusual structures and exploring the caverns. As we looked around, the children gave ‘running commentaries,’ explaining what they could see/hear/touch/smell and describing how they were feeling on the way. This was a fascinating experience, and it was really interesting to listen to the children’s descriptions, which were really insightful.” (x)





Don’t Be That Guy.

Great campaign! Great point!

signal boosting the shit out of this

you can never NOT reblog this

Now That's What I Call Polka!
"Weird Al" Yankovic


Weird Al’s polka medleys are always the bomb, man.

  1. "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus
  2. "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People
  3. "Best Song Ever" by One Direction
  4. "Gangnam Style" by Psy
  5. "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen
  6. "Scream & Shout" by feat. Britney Spears
  7. "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye feat. Kimbra
  8. "Timber" by Pitbull feat. Kesha
  9. "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO
  10. "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Wanz
  11. "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk feat. Pharrell

(Source: vladmasters)

I personally really liked revelations. I admit that the myst feel was different but I liked it because it was the most realistic one. I also liked going through the minds and worlds of Sirrus and Achenar, Exile and Riven are my favorite though


I’ve seriously been stuck on that colour cloud part in Dream for over a week now. It’s a pretty solid motivation-killer, especially given the fact that you can never see all of the clouds at once so you just can’t plan a good way to do it, 80% of it is just getting fucking lucky, and it literally has zero connection to anything (comparatively to most of the other puzzles at least being things that the brothers were supposed to have built). Ubi Soft just tossed it in there.

The Mad Max series actually makes a great analogy for the Myst series if you think about it.

Mad Max/Myst - Um, YES


Beyond Thunderdome/Exile - Yeah, this is still pretty damn sweet

Fury Road/Revelation - Well. That was just unnecessary.

(Okay, so that analogy actually doesn’t work unless you exclude End of Ages and Uru entirely (although I’m not bothering to redo it, ‘cause I might as well exclude them, I haven’t played them)—and also you have to assume the new Mad Max movie is gonna suck ‘cause it’s not out yet to judge, so maybe it won’t be as needless as Revelation seems to be. Hopefully.)

Hm, I’m pretty sure I beat that color cloud thing with 100% luck (maybe with tiny bits of planning to take advantage of the luck). I hated the later dream puzzle more, but at least I could get through that one using pure walkthrough steps. 




Ok fuck it. An anon suggested it so here it goes….
I planned my suicide 17 days from now….
The anon asked me to do this so fuck it
For every 100 notes ill move it a week back. Im doing this just to prove to that anon it wont even get that first 100….

Everyone give this as many notes as you can please.

I cant believe so many people who never knew i even exited cared enough to do this…

If you’re reading this, I care about you. Don’t hurt yourself




I don’t imagine the story of my introduction to Myst is very different from anyone else’s. When my father bought the family’s first CD-ROM drive (single-speed! By Magnavox!!), Myst just naturally appeared along with it, as I’m sure was the case for millions of…


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Okay, so I’ve had this idea bouncing around in my head for the last few weeks, but I’m not sure if it’ll make great tumblr posts—would anyone like to read a Myst spec script?


(Related: Anyone wanna go back and forth on the logistics of how a book could stay intact after falling through space, Earth’s atmosphere, etc. so that someone plausibly can find it in the first place?)

I wouldn’t mind reading a script. When you say spec script are you talking feature - length or more of a TV episode? Either way I’d be happy to check it out and make suggestions.

Also the Star Fissure isn’t actually physical space, I think it’s more like the “long way” through the metaphysical space that linking books make shortcuts through. At least, I definitely feel like there’s a strong connection between the fissure and the linking process, though now as I think about it I’m not sure I have any canon evidence.

Still, we know a person can survive falling through it, so it’s definitely something separate from the actual vacuum of space.



Last February, around 39,000 tons of toxic coal slurry gushed into a major North Carolina river. Now, having cleaned up around 3,000 tons worth, the company behind the spill and state regulators say their work is done.

With 92 percent of the original heavy metal-laden and possibly radioactive coal ash still coating 70 miles of river bottom, river advocates are frustrated.

A job well done!