13 August 2022

Skull Rock: Is this the Best Super Villain Lair Ever?

Are you a super villain looking for a new lair? Then look no further. Take a look at Skull Rock, also known as Cleft Island. Situated off the coast of Wilsons Promontory in the state of Victoria it is at the southernmost point of the Australian mainland. It is beautiful, unspoiled and above all, peaceful.  From a distance you may not think it is anything to write home about – and that’s the beauty of it.  Your new hi-tech facility, where you can evolve your next fiendish plan without interruption, is hidden in plain sight. Plus it’s handy for the shops.

Agents of the various enemy states against which you plot may search for you but it will be in vain. The last place they will think of looking is this unremarkable and bare piece of rock protruding from the sea.  Yet if we examine the island a little closer, you will soon see that the place is quite possibly perfect for an irredeemable scoundrel such as yourself.

The Trogon: Beautiful Nibblers of the Forest

The Trogon – it sounds like a species of alien out of Star Trek or Doctor Who. However, this family of somewhat overlooked birds has its roots very firmly on planet Earth and the Ark in Space has a great photo feature on them today. These exquisite birds are well worth a look.

Part of the Trogonidae family contains six species which are considered the most beautiful – if not the most unusual – in the family. These are the Quetzals – you can see one in the picture above.Jump over to our sibling site, the Ark in Space, for a glimpse of ten of the 39 species of trogon.

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Snowtime


I am not even going to wonder how this is done, just bask in the beauty of it all.  If you are one of our regular readers then you will know that we like timelapses at Kuriositas.  However, this one is different – very different.  Vyacheslav Ivanov has captured the formation of snow crystals.

Again, I have no clue how it was done but thank you for doing it, Mr Ivanov.
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God-Mother


Although not necessary this is a perfect excuse to feature some Bulgarian folk music on Kuriositas.  I came across this wonderful, enigmatic animated short by Nina Paley today and as well as being entranced by her work I was further transported by the ethereal, other-worldly singing of the Bulgarian State Radio and Television Female Vocal Choir which I first came across in my 1980s university days.  The combination is simply… well, why don’t you watch it and put your own adjectives in place?

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Bingewatchers Anonymous


Are you a bingewatcher? Do you promise to yourself that you will only watch one, perhaps two new episodes of your favorite TV drama when it goes online and then sit through the entire season? Then perhaps you need to enroll with Bingewatchers Anonymous, like Jeff, who has been advised by a friend to go along to one of their meetings.  Written and directed by Kody Cunningam, you might recognize yourself among this motley crew but how long before you – and they – fall off the wagon?

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10 Tips to Becoming a Professional Casino Player

There are a lot of tips out there on how to get started playing online casino games but the advice is all over the place. Here's how to find out exactly what will help you become a better player.

Casino players are the kings and queens of the gambling world, but you don’t have to be a professional to play. The rules of the game of casino roulette and poker are very simple. But mastering the basic rules of each casino game is a skill set that takes years of practice to achieve mastery. To win consistently at the tables, you need to learn how to analyze your opponent’s weaknesses and use them against him. In this article, we’ll look at ten rules that you should learn to apply when playing at a casino.

This post has 10 tips that can help anyone to improve his or her betting strategy, even if they are not casino players yet.

Find an online casino

There are many types of online casinos, but the most popular and successful ones that offer free play and games. They provide their players with a unique experience, and allow them to practice before playing real money. For example, Slots City allows players to try out slots without depositing any money. That’s why it’s important to choose an online casino wisely. Make sure that you’re dealing with a reputable company that will pay you back if you lose your money. 

If you want to try some online casino games, it is very important to choose a safe one for beginner onlinecasino players. There are many online casinos that aren’t reputable at all, so it's important to select one carefully. One good thing about online casinos is that you don’t have to drive anywhere, which is why it is easier to access them. Another benefit of using online casinos is that you don’t have to go to a brick-and-mortar casino to play your favorite slot or game. Instead, you can play them right from the comfort of your own home. 

Set Your Expectations Low

In online casinos, the games of chance can be exciting and thrilling, but the games of skill, and in particular poker, are often boring and frustrating. This is because it requires some concentration, patience and strategy, and as such there is little excitement or entertainment value to the game. In addition, playing online poker, as opposed to a live casino game, offers little personal interaction with the dealers and other players.

Understand Your Weaknesses

It is possible to play a game of chance online with the right strategies. However, there is a lot of information that will help you understand what you need to know and be ready to play. A few things that could help you win more money are to understand the basics of the game, know your odds, and realize that you cannot always rely on luck to help you win. You need to know how to control the game.

Understand the Game

When players play slots, they often try to analyze how the machines work. Most online casinos offer guides on how to win, but it’s never too early to understand the game itself. This is especially true for slot games since the odds of winning are fixed. While some players may feel lucky, the machine does not care, and they’ll lose even if they don’t make any mistakes. Knowing what you’re dealing with gives you the advantage.

Know When to Walk Away

Do you play online casino games like slots, blackjack, roulette, and more? If you do, then you may have come across the phrase “walk away,” which usually means that there’s no reason to continue playing a particular game because you’re sure to lose. However, if you’re able to walk away from a losing streak, you can eventually turn that bad luck around.

Have an Attitude of Gratification

In online gambling, players want to win more than anything else. They want to feel the rush of winning as much as possible. So, as they play, they set their targets based on how much they think they can win. They decide how much money they want to spend and try to get as close to their target as possible without spending more than their budget allows. If they win, they get a feeling of happiness and satisfaction; if they lose, they feel sad and frustrated. This is called “gratification.”

Have a Clear Purpose

While there are many sites available that allow you to play casino games, it’s important that you select one that offers the most exciting and varied range of games. Casino games come in all shapes and sizes and they all have one thing in common, they’re designed to give the player the best chance of winning.

Learn About Betting Patterns

With the advent of online casinos, players have the ability to bet on all sorts of events. Online casinos are typically offered in many different forms, including table games, slots, scratch cards, and sports betting. The more options available, the better, but there is one thing that all casinos have in common: They all use betting patterns.

If you want to get the most out of an online casino, you need to know the different types of betting patterns. To begin with, all online casinos have some type of betting pattern. They have progressive jackpots. The progressive jackpot is a pool of money that keeps growing and growing as more people participate in the games. There are some games that use a progressive jackpot. They include keno, lotto, scratch cards, and others. In some casinos, players can win this money. On the other hand, if you play for real money, you will never win the jackpot because you cannot withdraw the money.

Plan Ahead

You should always plan ahead while playing online casino games. In fact, you should have a strategy for every situation you face, whether it’s a bad hand, a good hand, or if you need to bluff. When you’re playing online casino games, having a strategy is essential.

If you want to win, you should have a plan. When you are playing online casino games, you should always have a strategy. If you don’t have one, you are losing, no matter what you do. To play online casino games, you should always prepare a plan before you start playing. That way, you will know what to do when you need to do it. If you need to bluff, then you will have a clear plan. If you want to do better, you should have a strategy that you follow to achieve your goal.

Study the Game

There’s a reason why online casinos are a hot topic these days. No doubt about it – online casinos are becoming increasingly popular. The world is changing rapidly and online casinos are part of the shift to a new type of online experience. It’s no longer just about sitting in front of a computer all day and hoping to win big. People want to play online and play now.

These days, more and more people are playing online games, particularly those games that involve real money. People love the excitement of playing against other people and making money by winning. But the thing is, when you play online, you need to be very cautious about the site. Never play with money that you cannot afford to lose. Be sure that you have a good plan and a solid strategy.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the number one rule of playing casino games is to treat them like the slot machine they really are. When you know this, the real casino game begins. I will tell you everything you need to know to make a career out of playing the slots. You don’t have to take my word for it though, so here’s a link to my review of “The Slot Book: Winning Strategies for Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack and Keno.”

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31 July 2022

Fan.tasia - The Ultimate Disney Mashup


We all like a bit of Disney, don’t we? No? Tough, really, as I do!  This mashup by Lindsay McCutcheon is extraordinarily well done and if you’re as much of a fan of Disney animations as I am then you will see any number of your old favorites in here.

This is very clever work and must have taken an age to do – but is probably the best advert for Disney I’ve ever seen.
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How Do You Know When You’re in Love?


That’s the million dollar question – the ten million dollar question probably being what am I going to do about it?  However, for now let’s start with the first question.  The Atlantic went out on the streets of New York and asked its denizens to ponder that age old question.  Out of the mouths of babes, perhaps, come the most amusing but the wisdom of the older New Yorkers shine through (there’s a little cynicism, of course, thrown in for good measure).

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Fishing with Cormorants

It is partnership between man and animal which has lasted over a millennia. A fisherman needs to catch enough fish to sell and feed himself and his family. Sometimes that means that he needs an assistant.  The Ark in Space takes a look at the fascinating relationship between the cormorant and the fishermen of China's inland rivers.

Image Credit Pathos Photos
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The Light


As visual metaphors go, this is rather lovely.  A lonely street light finds purpose when its light encourages growth through the winter.  Created by Yuta Sukegawa, the story is very simple – yet as is often the case, profundity can be found in an uncomplicated tale.  When you ‘translate’ this in to the human universe it shows us the extremes that are visited in ordered to protect those which we have nurtured and love.  One of the nicest animations I have seen for a long time!

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Modular Origami: The Ancient Art of Kusudama Evolved

Kusudama is a traditional Japanese art form which has evolved in to what is now generally referred to as modular origami.  With some remarkable examples, here is the basic difference between the two.

Once There Was a King - A Polish Lullaby


This is a rather startling animated version (by Tytus Majerski) of an even more startling Polish lullaby.  Once There Was a King tells the story of a monarch and his two companions, all of whom meet rather grisly deaths.  You begin to scratch your head about how exactly this was designed to allow children to get to sleep without nightmares (and possibly years of therapy) until you get to the third and final verse and then things are (fortunately!) set straight.


The lullaby itself was written by Janina Porazińska, a famous Polish writer who was born in 1882 and who died in 1971. The writer was enamored of Polish folklore and created her own stories which drew from this rich seam of literature. Her books have been translated into many languages. The song is performed by Maria Peszek.
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19 July 2022

Takeshi Kitano - a Filmography


Takeshi Kitano is known in Japan as many things – primarily as a TV host and comedian - outside of his home country he is best known as an actor.  He had a major role in one of my favourite Japanese movies, the controversial Battle Royale.  However, his film career has significant depth, as you can see in this amazing animated filmography by freelance graphic/motion designer and art director Martin Woutisseth.

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I'll Hold


Come on, admit it. You’ve done it yourself. You have been put on hold and when you overcome the initial mild irritation you find that you’re listening to something that makes you want to slip in to the groove.  So it is with Daniel who finds that a blast from the past proves irresistible.  I’ll Hold was written, directed and danced by Daniel Cloud Campos (and if there was any more polymathy on display we would probably have to order a hit instead of a pizza…)
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Yikes!


Imagine what you would do if you could see it to the future.  Of course, that would never happen but it does to hapless young actor Ian Eagle (uh huh). Whether this enables Ian to change his luck you will have to discover for yourself.

Yikes was written and directed by Michael Fodera of Lunarcy Pictures and stars Alex Malcolm Mills and Dan Berkey.

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Anima

ANIMA from Andrew Wilding on Vimeo.


Scottish-American naturalist John Muir once said that the clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.

In Anima, a Native American warrior tracks his prey – a magnificent stag through such a place.  Yet perhaps all is not quite as it seems in this remarkable animation, created by a group of students of the ESMA animation university in France.

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Phone Booth of the Dead


If you found yourself alone as the zombie apocalypse started you might well mistake the walking dead for a bunch of drug addicts out to mug you and so try and phone the police from the nearest phone booth.  Being as apocalypse-savvy as we are, that probably wouldn’t happen but Patrick hasn’t got The Complete Walking Dead box-set so that’s exactly what he does.

Written and directed by Vincent Templement, Cabine of the Dead (apologies but the title of this post says phone booth for translation purposes!) this is a knowing comedy-horror short which keeps its tongue firmly in its cheek (but possibly not for long knowing the nature of our zombie chums).  It stars the rather dashing Richard Keep as Patrick whose character is a lesson to us all: make a note of who you are going to call when the apocalypse inevitably happens – it could just save your life!

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Flak Towers – Legacy of the Luftwaffe

The Flak Towers that protected the Third Reich were considered invulnerable. Some of these massive buildings still remain. But what should be done with them?

In 1940 Adolf Hitler was a very angry man. The RAF had launched a successful raid on the German capitol of Berlin and something had to be done to protect the city. He ordered the building of three enormous flak towers – and they were to be constructed in just six months. Other cities in the Reich soon followed this example and today these massive concrete and steel leviathans still dominate the skylines in some places.

14 July 2022

Valley of the Last Dinosaurs


Tyler Lyson is one of those very lucky people who has known since he was a small child exactly what he wanted to do and was born close to where he wanted to do it, the Hell Creek Formation.  This is one of the most dinosaur bone-rich places in the world and where dinosaurs roamed when the big rock landed from the sky. MEL Films joins him on one of his annual ‘dino camp’ excursions where a triceratops skull, hidden for 160 million years, awaits discovery.
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Nine to Five Ned


I think this may have happened to me more than once.  Ned is just a normal guy with one of those jobs that does not involve much imagination.

However, that is not going to hold Ned back and one day something extraordinary happens to him.  Perhaps.

Directed and animated by Lisa and Brandon Ray, you may find a little bit of Ned in yourself.

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Taidama - What Happened when Japanese Americans were Freed from Internment?


There had been a number of laws in the USA which had prevented American Asians from being able, among other things, to own land, vote or even testify against white people in court.  When it came to the Second World War, one might think common sense would dictate an assumption that people of Japanese origin had decided to make their homes in the US for something other than subversion: there was no hiatus when it came to discriminatory law-making, however.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942.  It paved the way for 120,000 people of Japanese origin, two thirds of them American citizens, to be interned for the duration of the war.  This happened despite the Munson Report of 1940, commissioned by the President, which stated that “There will be no armed uprising of Japanese” in the USA.  So why did this happen?

Perhaps this extract from an extraordinary editorial in the Los Angeles Times might go some way to explain it.  I will let you join the dots – it is hardly a challenge and may ring a few more recent rhetorical bells than comfort might allow. “A viper is nonetheless a viper wherever the egg is hatched... So, a Japanese American born of Japanese parents, nurtured upon Japanese traditions, living in a transplanted Japanese atmosphere...notwithstanding his nominal brand of accidental citizenship almost inevitably and with the rarest exceptions grows up to be a Japanese, and not an American... Thus, while it might cause injustice to a few to treat them all as potential enemies, I cannot escape the conclusion...that such treatment...should be accorded to each and all of them while we are at war with their race.”


TADAIMA - Japanese American WWII short film from Robin Takao D'Oench on Vimeo.

So we come to Taidama – which literally translates as “I'm home”.  It takes place after the war.  A Japanese American family has been released from an internment camp and its members make their way back to their Californian farm.  They do not find it as they left it.  (Full film here).

Taidama is a film of few words.  Yet its exposition of events is profound and it tells its story without sentimentality or Walton's Mountain style romanticisation. There is some gorgeous golden hour photography by Mingjue Hu, juxtaposing the natural beauty of the Californian countryside with the dread in the heart of the returnees, giving the cast a certain luminosity This is particularly true of Mackenyu Maeda who plays the son and who also serves as a symbol of the future of Japanese American citizenry.  We’ll be seeing a lot more of Mackenyu in 2018’s Pacific Rim: Uprising but I suspect that Taidama has revealed much more of his acting talents than the monster movie will (perhaps I’m too much of a snob to comment honestly there).

His character’s love of America in Taidama is represented through his baseball obsession and it is left to the viewer to decide whether or not he will ever play again.  His retrieval of the long-buried baseball cards he hid before the family were removed from their home might suggest that, but the beautifully shot closing sequence is a little more ambivalent (although we can perhaps dare to be optimistic).

This may not necessarily provide perfect closure for the audience but it surely reflects the way that many of the 120,000 must have felt on their release.  Re-integration must have been tentative, with the caution that accompanies disappointment and betrayal an everyday feeling for many years afterwards.

Although Mackenyu is the beating heart of the film he receives excellent support from Toshi Toda (who you may remember for his portrayal of Colonel Adachi in Letters from Iwo Jima), Vivian Umino who is mostly known as a producer and director, with work including Captured (2002) and newcomer Jordyn Kanaya.

Haidama was written and directed by Robin Takao D'Oench whose grandfather was one of the 120,000 Japanese Americans interned during the war.  He dedicates it to all of them.  Try and catch it on Vimeo now before it goes to OnDemand (ie you have to pay to watch it) in March.
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Asia Hyperlapse


No time to get on a plane and spend time traveling through Asia? Me neither. So, take it all in over the course of three minutes instead courtesy of this hyperlapse video by Swiss designer Sylvain Botter who was lucky enough to travel through nine Asian countries with his girlfriend over a six month period.  The countries featured in the video are China, Laos, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Burma.  I think I would need another holiday to get over it all!

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The Fire Whirl – Nature’s Fiery Funnel

They are called variously fire whirls, fire devils, fire tornadoes and even firenadoes – and the chances are you will never be fortunate (depending on your outlook) enough to see one in real life. An extraordinarily rare phenomenon they are only occasionally caught on camera. Here, however, are a few wonderful examples.

Fire whirls come about only under specific conditions, a combination of air currents and temperature.  A fire on the ground forms a whirl which can rapidly reach great heights, though mercifully most never last for long.  However, just like a tornado, the fire rises in an almost vertical rotating column.

11 July 2022

The Swimming Pigs of The Bahamas

Ever fancied a lifetime frolicking on a beach somewhere in The Bahamas?  You might not achieve that particular dream but these pigs have. At some point a number were abandoned on the small Bahamian island of Big Major Cay.  As it is uninhabited and the ‘owners’ never returned the pigs have thrived.  A few years ago their presence was discovered and they have since become something of a tourist destination in their own right.  They love nothing more than taking to the water for a dip –and, of course, for the tasty treats that passing yachts bring with them.  For the story and some great pictures, pop over to The Ark in Space.

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Alphabetic

Do you know your alphabet?  My best guess is that your answer is in the affirmative but as anyone who ever watched the BBC in the 1970s knows, there’s nothing quite like a repeat.  Except this animated alphabet isn’t quite your run of the mill run through of the letters between A and Z.  Hypnotic is the word I would probably use. Alphabetic was created by Ariel Costa of blinkmybrain with sound by Marcelo Baldin of Combustion.

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10 Great Ways to End a Story that Aren't... And Then I Woke up and It Was All a Dream



How do I end my story or narrative? That’s a question English teachers get a lot. There are many ways to end a story – and this video from Teaching and Learning Resources for Me shows you ten straightforward methods to give your story an ending fairly quickly without it ruining it!

This is an important skill as the end of a story forms part of its denouement and as such is an important part of its structure.  Take a look at the video – which will be your favorite way to end a story?

This video is especially useful when preparing students for exams like GCSE English language where Paper 1 Question 5 of the AQA exam involves doing just that in terms of an optional narrative question.

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Valley of the Kith


Valley of the Kith is a passion project created by Callan Woolcock of award-winning studio Jumbla, using primarily using Adobe products.

The intriguing, high-adrenaline video-game-style piece extends the capabilities of animation by pushing the boundaries of Element 3D, while capitalising on the available resources of After Effects and other Adobe products.
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30 Photos that will Make you Look Twice

We hope that you find Kuriositas visually stimulating. However, without the host of great photographers out there who make their work available under Creative Commons licenses, we would not be able to show you a fraction of the wonderful places the site has featured over the years. While sourcing these photographs we often come across ones accidentally – and these are real moments of serendipity. They may not be what we are looking for but they make us look twice. Here are thirty of those double-take moments for you to enjoy.

25 June 2022

Hitachi Seaside Park – Tsunami Survivor

The Miharashi No Oka hill offers visitors the sight of the panoramic splendor of the Pacific Ocean. Yet it is not the sea views that people come to see in Hitachinaka, a small city on the east coast of Japan. It is the Hitachi Seaside Park, devastated by the tsunami of 2011 but now restored to its former, somewhat bizarre, glory.

The park is not large, it covers only 3.5 hectares yet the flowers draw people from all over the Ibaraki prefecture and beyond. There is something on offer all seasons. It is truly famous for the nemophilas which wash the whole area in to a blue hue.

King Kills


A spoiled young prince embarks on a hunting trip.  What awaits him is an encounter with the spirit of the forest and a decision which will change his life forever.  This beautifully made animated short was created by a group of students at the Russian State University of Cinematography.  The story is not complex but the aesthetics of the piece make it one to remember…

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Elwood's Ark


Water is something that everyone can relate to. Yet we rarely think about where it comes from, and how far its ancient molecular cocktail has travelled, to be here with us in this small moment - or how it will exist long after we're gone. For Elwood's Ark, Tilt wanted to create a short film that would approach the subject of water’s journey, and our fragile relationship with it, putting into perspective human existence in the vastness of time and space.
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High Velocity Aerial Filming Like You’ve Never Seen Before


This will probably make you dizzy so don’t so you weren’t warned! Aerial filming recently took a giant leap forward when Swedish aerial specialist, Peter Degerfeldt at Blue Sky  challenged Gyro-stabilized Systems in Grass Valley, US, to build a GSS 520 5 axis system that would produce rock solid images at a speed of more than 300 knots per hour. Blue Sky’s client, the Swedish company Saab Defence and Security, required high end motion and stills for their multirole fighter Gripen. Normally, all stabilization systems on the market are approved for helicopters, and thus a speed of maximum 125 knots per hour. Saab required at least 300 knots for their filming and stills projects. Here is the result – and it’s breathtaking.

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18 June 2022

How to Write Faster and Better


When students write their essays and other papers, they commonly face a lot of problems. One of their worst “eternal” enemies is time. The main problem is the deadlines, which are set for every assignment. You have to submit your papers by a certain date, or you will lose many grades. Thus, students have to speed up their writing. Simultaneously, they risk lowering the quality of writing because they hurry. Accordingly, they have to improve their speed and quality at the same time.

Some students try to solve these issues with the help of custom writing services. For instance, you can buy essay at Domypapers.com without overpayments. This is a highly reputed writing agency, which easily solves all your academic issues very fast and sets relatively cheap prices. It is a great solution to most of your pains, including the speed and quality of writing. Nonetheless, it does not mean you should overuse professional online help. Try to improve the speed and quality of writing on your own. This informative guide highlights several effective methods to reach that aim.

Practice Free Writing

You can use one of the most popular and effective writing techniques. It is freewriting, and it helps to improve your skills and enlarge your knowledge. Its principle is very simple. Select a random topic and cover it. Reread in a few hours to be sure it has no drawbacks. If you find some, rewrite it until the essay is perfect.

Repeat this procedure every day. Cover at least one new topic. Of course, you should try to write various essay types. Thus, you’ll learn various topics.

Set Timers

As you want to speed up your writing, you should compete with time. It can be done by setting timers when you write your papers. For example, you may give yourself 30 minutes to cover a certain topic. Afterward, cover it again but decrease the time limit to 25 minutes. It is also crucial to set timers for every assignment given by your educators. Thus, you will be focused and will not delay for too long.

Get Rid of Distractions

Many students delay their writing and procrastinate because they are busy with non-academic activities. They are called distractions, and they come in various forms. These are as follows:

       Surfing social media platforms;

       Playing video games;

       Exchanging messages with friends;

       Watching TV-shows;

       Talking on the phone and so on.

Find the Right Location

At times, students write too long because they are surrounded by someone who is noisy. Other people may not care about your academic progress, even if you ask them to be silent. That is why you should find a special peaceful place to learn. When no one annoys you, the process will run faster, and you will write much better.

Apply Learning Apps

You can sufficiently boost your execution time if you apply special learning apps. Give special heed to grammar checkers and editors. They help to revise and get rid of all the mistakes you make and commonly omit. When you install and use them, you can detect the next errors:

       Grammar;

       Stylistics;

       Format;

       Spelling;

       Word choice;

       Flow;

       Lexicon, etc.

These apps scan the entire text in a few seconds and underline all the drawbacks. By clicking on them, you will also see suggested corrections. This benefit helps to save a lot of precious time. You do not even have to think about how to correct the errors because you have the answers.

Mind that you do not even have to pay for those apps. You can find a lot of free tools and so get academic support without spending a dollar. They run fast and smoothly on various gadgets.

Get Qualified Help Online

If you need time to improve your writing and time management skills, you surely require fast help at the moment. A reliable writing platform has 200-400 certified experts and so you will definitely find someone suitable for your academic needs.

Your writer will be competent and able to satisfy all your needs precisely as you want. You can contact him or her directly. He or she can write all essay types, as well as any other piece of writing:

       Dissertation;

       Term and/or research paper;

       Coursework;

       Case study;

       Lab report;

       Resume;

       Book review, etc.

Of course, you can count on all kinds of academic skills. All writers offer writing, editing, outlining, quoting, rewriting, and other skills. As there are hundreds of them, you will surely find a helper in all academic directions.

Wrapping Up

The speed of writing is very important, but it must be combined with quality. Do not speed up if you are not sure that you can write high-quality text. Use our smart tips and read a lot to learn the best writing strategies for all assignment types.

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