prosperat:

Citing:
NoodleTools (also has a note-taking function)
This App Cites Webpages for You (Harvard-Style)
Woah I really Should Have Read That Book:
SparkNotes
CliffNotes
Productivity Apps:
Caffeine (Keeps your computer from falling asleep while you’re taking notes)
SelfControl (Keeps you from accessing certain websites. 
Flux (Adds red light to your computer so that late-night studying doesn’t fuck with your sleep schedule)
Pages (An easier-to-use word app. This one does cost money, but it’s worth it)
Calculators/Math Help:
Square Root Calculator
Cube Root Calculator
Expression Simplifier
Multi Step Equation Calculator
Slope Intercept Equation Maker
Mathway (If Jesus made a website)
Chemical Equation Balancer
DESMOS Graphing Calculator
Didn’t Listen In Class:
Crash Course
Khan Academy
Best Damn Tutoring
The Video Math Tutor
Studying/Finals:
Quizlet (create flashcards and view other people’s)
TED (basically gods gift)
FreeRice (Feed the hungry and study at the same time)
Final Grade Calculator (should i study for that last test?)
Textbooks:
Textbook Nova (Free online textbooks)
FilesTube - FilesTube searches THE ENTIRE INTERNET for files uploaded to file-sharing websites such as Rapidshare, Mediafire, or WuUpload. Sometimes people will upload pdf files of your textbook. This is always an important first search.
Google Books - You usually won’t find your textbook on Google Books, but it’s always worth a look. Sometimes pages are missing because it’s only a preview of the book, but again - always worth a look.
Scribd - People upload documents to Scribd and by becoming a member (free!) or connecting through Facebook (if you’re lazy!), you can download whatever files you may find. This sometimes includes textbooks.
BookBoon - website specifically for finding pdf versions of textbooks
Curriki - free open source materials
Flat World Knowledge - free business, humanities, and science textbooks
California Learning Resource Network
Open Culture
Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
Bookfi - I just briefly looked at this site and searched for a few common terms and it looks great! Download links are provided straight from the search results. Definitely useful! (Added 1 August 2012)
Ink eBook - Recommended by a few. Seems to just be a general eBook search site! (Added 12 January 2013)
Calm the Fuck Down:
a really chill playist
coffee shop blues
coffee shop sounds
calm nature sounds
concentration/focus playlist
relaxation is key
four hours of classical music
playlists to listen to: xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx, xxx,xxx, xxx.
General Tips and Tricks 
Change the time in an email (gmail), for due dates
Note-Taking Techniques
Statistics for E V E R Y T H I N G
Also this post is very important so I will put it here too:
remember: if you’re attending a school that gives you a .edu email address, you can upgrade your amazon.com account to prime for free by going on and choosing the college/student membership. that means you get the prime 2-day shipping and even some textbook discounts (not to mention AFAIK you enjoy the amazon instant access for free for the duration of your edu email being active)

prosperat:

Citing:

Woah I really Should Have Read That Book:

Productivity Apps:

  • Caffeine (Keeps your computer from falling asleep while you’re taking notes)
  • SelfControl (Keeps you from accessing certain websites. 
  • Flux (Adds red light to your computer so that late-night studying doesn’t fuck with your sleep schedule)
  • Pages (An easier-to-use word app. This one does cost money, but it’s worth it)

Calculators/Math Help:

Didn’t Listen In Class:

Studying/Finals:

Textbooks:

  • Textbook Nova (Free online textbooks)
  • FilesTube - FilesTube searches THE ENTIRE INTERNET for files uploaded to file-sharing websites such as Rapidshare, Mediafire, or WuUpload. Sometimes people will upload pdf files of your textbook. This is always an important first search.
  • Google Books - You usually won’t find your textbook on Google Books, but it’s always worth a look. Sometimes pages are missing because it’s only a preview of the book, but again - always worth a look.
  • Scribd - People upload documents to Scribd and by becoming a member (free!) or connecting through Facebook (if you’re lazy!), you can download whatever files you may find. This sometimes includes textbooks.
  • BookBoon - website specifically for finding pdf versions of textbooks
  • Curriki - free open source materials
  • Flat World Knowledge - free business, humanities, and science textbooks
  • California Learning Resource Network
  • Open Culture
  • Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
  • Bookfi - I just briefly looked at this site and searched for a few common terms and it looks great! Download links are provided straight from the search results. Definitely useful! (Added 1 August 2012)
  • Ink eBook - Recommended by a few. Seems to just be a general eBook search site! (Added 12 January 2013)

Calm the Fuck Down:

General Tips and Tricks 

Also this post is very important so I will put it here too:

remember: if you’re attending a school that gives you a .edu email address, you can upgrade your amazon.com account to prime for free by going on and choosing the college/student membership. that means you get the prime 2-day shipping and even some textbook discounts (not to mention AFAIK you enjoy the amazon instant access for free for the duration of your edu email being active)

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totallyfubar:

shingen012:

Popping someone’s bubble of ignorance and forcing them to deal with reality.

That’s actually a really literal description of this gif

totallyfubar:

shingen012:

Popping someone’s bubble of ignorance and forcing them to deal with reality.

That’s actually a really literal description of this gif

(Source: 90s90s90s, via lulz-time)

notordinaryfashion:

Naomi Campbell for V Spring 2012

notordinaryfashion:

Naomi Campbell for V Spring 2012

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peone:

Caramelized Peach + White Chocolate Oatmeal Skillet Cookie Pie | Half Baked Harvest

peone:

Caramelized Peach + White Chocolate Oatmeal Skillet Cookie Pie | Half Baked Harvest

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You are made
out of comets
and stars.

Do not surround
yourself with those
that treat you like
dirt and dust.

Noor Shirazie  (via thatkindofwoman)

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