I'M PEPPER. PE-PPER.

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Gorgeous lighting streaks down the side of this British Airways 747 on departure from London Heathrow. Nice one by Martin Hartland. Full version here.
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Revit Architecture 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts

A

AD Edit Group Attach Detail

AL Align

AP Edit Group Add

AR Array

C

CC Copy

CG Edit Group Cancel

CO Copy

CS Create Similar

D

DE Delete

DI Aligned

DL Detail Line

DR Door

E

EG Edit Group

EH Hide Elements

EL Spot Elevation

ER Synchronize Editing Requests

EU Unhide Element

EW Edit Witness Lines

EX Exclude

F

F7 Spelling

FG Edit Group Finish

G

GD Graphic Display Options

GR Grid

H

HC Hide Category

HH Hide Element

HI Isolate Element

HL Hidden Line

HR Reset Temporary Hide/Isolate

I

IC Isolate Category

L

LG Group Link

LI Detail Line

LL Level

LW Linework

M

MA Match Type

MD Modify

MM Mirror Pick Mirror Axis

MP Move to project

MV Move

O

OF Offset

P

PG Edit Group Properties

PP Pin

PR Properties

PT Paint

R

RA Restore All Excluded

RB Restore Excluded Member

RE Scale

RG Edit Group Remove

RH Toggle Reveal Hidden Elements

RL Synchronize Reload Latest

RM Room Room

RO Rotate

RR Rendering Dialog

RT Tag Tag Room

RW Synchronize Reload Latest

S

SA Select All Instances

SC Centers

SD Shading with Edges

SE Endpoints

SF Split Face

SI Intersections

SL Split

SM Midpoints

SN Nearest

SO Snaps Off

SP Perpendicular

SQ Quadrants

SR Snap to Remote Objects

SS Turn Override Off

ST Tangents

SW Work Plane Grid

SX Points

SZ Close

T

TG Tag by Category

TL Thin Lines

TR Trim

TX Text

U

UG Ungroup

UN Project Units

UP Unpin

V

VG Visibility/Graphics

VH Hide By Category

VP View Properties

VU Unhide Category

VV Visibility/Graphics

W

WA Wall

WC Windows Cascade

WF WireFrame

WN Window

WT Windows Tile

Z

ZA Zoom All to Fit

ZC Previous Pan/Zoom

ZE Zoom to Fit

ZF Zoom to Fit

ZO Zoom Out(2x)

ZP Previous Pan/Zoom

ZR Zoom in Region

ZS Zoom Sheet Size

ZV Zoom Out(2x)

ZX Zoom to Fit

ZZ Zoom in Region

There are a lot of repetitions pero I just copied the one in the PDF file provided. Check na lang with Revit kung alin totoo. (:

Permalink Saw this note in my side table drawer while I was cleaning it out. Apparently, I wrote it. I can’t even remember. LOL 
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List Of Active Fault Lines In The Philippines
 Marikina Valley Fault (Montalban, San Mateo, Marikina, Pasig, Taguig, Muntinlupa, San Pedro, Binan, Carmona, Santa Rosa, Calamba, Tagaytay, Oriental Mindoro)
Western Philippine Fault (Luzon Sea, Mindoro Strait, Panay Gulf, Sulu Sea)
Eastern Philippine Fault (Philippine Sea)
Southern of Mindanao Fault (Moro Gulf, Celebes Sea)
Central Philippine Fault (Entire Ilocos Norte, Aurora, Quezon, Masbate, Eastern Leyte, Southern Leyte, Agusan Del Norte, Agusan Del Sur, Davao del Norte)
Of these, the MARIKINA VALLEY FAULT poses the greatest danger because it cuts through all the modern and progressive portions of Manila such as Eastwood, Rockwell, Ortigas Center, Bonifacio Global City, Ayala Center, and Alabang. Also, the PhiVolcs people have warned that this fault line can move anytime because it is already “11 years late” for its movement.
*The earthquake that destroyed Guinsaugon is the Central Philippine Fault*The 1990 earthquake that destroyed Central Luzon and Baguio is also the Central Philippine Fault.
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Let’s pray this altogether tomorrow!

O God of Wisdom, I thank you for the knowledge gained and the learning experiences of this year. I come to you on this day and ask you to enlighten my mind and heart. Let your Holy Spirit be with me as I prepare for exams, guiding my studies, and giving me insight so that I can perform to be best of my ability. Please grant me the strength to handle the pressure of these final days of the term, the confidence to feel secure in my knowledge, and the ability to keep an appropriate perspective through it all. Help me to keep in mind what is truly important, even as I focus my time and energy on these exams in the immediate future. Finally, may I sense your peace in knowing that I applied myself to the challenges of this day. I ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

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COLORZ

Color- the aspect of any object that may be described in terms of hue, lightness and saturation.

DIFFERENT COLOR SCHEMES: 

1. Monochromatic- uses one color in different shades or tints

2. Complementary- colors opposite each other in the color wheel

3. Split Complementary- a color and the two colors besides its complement

4. Analogous- three or more colors beside each other on the color wheel

5. Triads- uses 3 colors from the points of a triangle

SIGNIFICANCE OF COLORS

1. Red Orange- heat, stimulation. activity, richness, splendor and dignity

2. Pink- daintiness, gaiety, animation

3. Yellow/Yellow green- dryness, crispness, relaxation, warmth, light, cheer

4. Green/Blue- coldness, spaciousness, passivity, tranquility

5. Violet- Coolness, limpness, dullness, daintiness, reservation, femininity 

6. Brown- warmth

7. Red- stimulating or cheering to the melancholy or lazy; upsetting to the nervous or overactive; attention-compelling

8. Blue- soothing to the nervous, depressing to the morose, inseparable mentality with illimitableness; the cold immensity of space, infinity; has an intellectual appeal; symbolically, it is the color of truth, w/c results of calm reflection and never of heated arguement

9. Yellow- the sensation of glory, cheerfulness; in other variations: cowardice, cheapness, connotes splendor, radiance, vividness; it is of great healing value to the brain (YELLOW! HAHA)

10. Green- cooling, not productive of extreme reaction; symbolic of serenity and rebirth; suggestive of hope

11. Orange- associated with life, well-being, energy

12. Golden Brown (Tan-Golden Brown)- depressing if used alone; best combined with orange, yellow, gold

13. Purple, Lavender, Violet- associated with heroism, or with passion and mystery, gorgeousness; has a soothing influence

14. Pink- slightly simulating

15. Black, White, Gray (neutral)- intensifies colors in a room, to create a cool or warm atmosphere; to create a spacious area or a small space; to stimulate or reduce excitability.  

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Expressive Line Symbols

1. Bending Upright- sadness, wariness, frief

2. Upward Swirls- aspirations, spiritual, intensity, order

3. Rhythmic Horizontal- laziness, sleepiness, calm

4. Upward Spray- growth, idealism, spontaneity

5. Diminishing Perspective- distance, limited expanse, nostalgia

6. Inverted Perspective- infinite expanse,  expanding space, unhampered freedom

7. Waterfall- gravity, rhythmic descent

8. Concentric Arcs- upward expression, flowing movement, buoyancy

9. Horizontal Lines- tranquility, repose, immobility

10. Vertical Lines- stability, austerity, dignity

11. Rounded Arches- strength, heavy austerity

12. Diagonals- instability, action, movement

13. Pyramid- stability, dignity, massiveness, strength

14. Gothic Arches- spiritual uplift, faith

15. Rhythmic Curves- grace, joyousness, youth

16. Spiral- generic, generative forces

17. Expanding Sphere- slow buoyancy, good spirits, fantasy

18. Conflicting Diagonals- war, conflict, hate, confusion

19. Zigzags- excitement, joined animation

20. Radiating Lines- concentration, explosion, sudden outburst 

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10 tips for a successful Architectural Career (From Arch. Dolly Q. Perez)

1. Be PUNCTUAL. It is very rude to make people wait.

2. Be a team player.

3. Travel. Its not the destination, its the journey. Try having other experiences, work abroad.

4. Be god-fearing and humble.

5. Prioritize health and physical well-being.

6. Give yourself time to be patient.

7. Do manual drafting.

8. Learn new technologies. They don’t bite.

9. Save and invest wisely. Business is business. This is not charity.

10. Put family first. If you don’t have one, be active for a good cause. Do charity.