This is stuff I've found around the web that I thought important enough to bookmark, and more importantly, share it with you guys :D
Useful Things (coding)
- Custom scrollbar CSS
- Code generator for making modified scrollbars for websites
- HTML Color Codes
- Website for getting colour codes in HEX, RGB, HSL, and CMYK (Does not support RGBA)
- RGBA color codes
- Site solely for RGBA colour codes
- w3schools HTML tags
- List of HTML tags in alphabetical order
- w3schools CSS tags
- List of CSS tags in alphabetical order
- CSS combinators
- Direct link to the w3wchools page on CSS combinators because I struggle with them real bad
- Free cursor code
- Code for a variety of cursors for websites
- The Noun Project
- Huge database for icons and stock pictures
Useful things (miscellaneous)
- Pronoun dressing room
- Try on sets of pronouns and names that are inserted into various stories
- Practice with pronouns
- Practice using pronouns in sentences, inserting your own or using preset ones
- A website with thousands of poses for drawing
- Tap Counter
- Simple in-browser tap counter
- Silent Scream Clothing
- Scene/emo style clothes
- Cute Creepy Cyberpunk
- A bunch of clothing themed around eyes, angels, etc
- Deviantart page dedicated to punk and alternative stencils for patches and other DIY things
Games / Fun things
- Color Method
- A color matching game
- Windows 93
- Supposed to be a small replica of Windows 93? Just fun to click around on
- Infinite picrosses
- Simon Tatham's Portable Puzzle Collection
- Collection of many puzzles
- Sort of like wordle, but the words are in a 5x5 interlocking grid. It's pretty fun
- Imagine a cross between sudoku and crossword. That's kakuro.
- A puzzle about triangles and squares
- Punchomatic cheat sheet for Viscera Cleanup Detail
- Absolute lifesaver for completionists playing Viscera Cleanup Detail
- Caper in the Castro on archive.org
- One of the first gay / lesbian games made in 1989, you play as a lesbian detective, Tracker McDyke, searching for a kidnapped drag queen, Tessy LaFemme, but stumble into something much bigger
Websites I Like
- Sleepy Sage neocities
- Lair of Horror
- Site dedicated to some classic horror movies
- Gochujang Cheesy Rice balls
- The above link takes you to a site that requires you to make an account to view the recipe. I hate when websites do this, so I've included the recipe in the dropdown below. The reason I kept the link is to link back to the original person, even if I dislike the website they used.
Gochujang Cheesy Rice Balls recipe
Makes 2 servings
- White rice
- Mozzarella cheese
- Flavourless Oil
- Nori sheets
- 1 tsp - Sesame Oil
- 1 - Garlic clove
- 1 tbsp - Gochujang
- 1 tsp - Soy Sauce
- 2 tbsp - Honey
- Make a rice ball using a mold or your hands. Place a block of cheese between the two layers of rice and form until the rice ball is solid.
- In a pan over medium low heat, drizzle some neutral oil in the pan and pan fry the rice ball. Pan fry until each side is slightly golden and crispy.
- Remove the rice balls from the pan.
- In the same pan, add sesame oil and garlic. Sauté the garlic until fragrant (~60 seconds).
- Lower the heat to low and add the gochujang, soy sauce, and honey into the pan.
- Allow for the sauce to reduce until it has slightly thickened (~2-3 minutes).
- Place the pan-fried rice balls back into the sauce and coat each side evenly.
- Remove the rice balls from the pan.
- Wrap the rice ball in a sheet of seaweed and enjoy!
- Budget pad thai
- I don't know if this is close to authentic, that's just the name I found the recipe under. It's just decently easy and cheap lol.
Budget pad thai recipe
Makes one serving
- 2 tbsp - Peanut butter
- 1 tbsp - Chili Garlic Sauce
- 1 tbsp - Soy Sauce
- 1 tbsp - Brown Sugar
- 1 pack - Instant Ramen
- 1 Green Onion, sliced. Optional
- Combine peanut butter, chili garlic sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar in a bowl until you get a smooth paste.
- Boil small pot of water. Once boiling, take 1/4 cup of the water and stir into peanut-chili paste until it's a smooth sauce.
- Add ramen noodles to water, cook until softened. Discard (or keep for later) seasoning packet.
- Drain noodles, then return to pot with heat off.
- Pour sauce over noodles, stir to combine. Top with green onions if you so desire, and serve immediately.
- Orange chicken
- The sauce is a little finnicky, but play around with it, you'll get it somewhere you like. This is just the recipe that works for me.
Orange Chicken recipe
Makes 6 servings
- 1/3 cup - Fresh squeezed orange juice
- 2 tsp - Finely minced orange zest
- 3 tbsp - Soy Sauce or Tamari
- 1/2 to 1 tsp - Chili Garlic Sauce
- 2 tbsp - Brown Sugar
- 2 - Minced Garlic Cloves
- 1 tbsp - Rice Wine Vinegar
- 1/4 cup - Water
- 1 1/2 tbsp - Corn Starch
- 2lbs - Boneless, Skinless, Chicken Breast. Cut into ~2 inch cubes
- 1 tsp - Salt
- 2 tbsp - Olive Oil
- Preheat oven to 375°F. Toss chicken breast pieces with salt and olive oil and arrange on a baking sheet. Bake for 20 minutes on center rack, or until chicken is cooked through.
- While chicken is baking, make sauce.
- In small bowl, combine corn starch and water to make slurry. Add all the sauce ingredients, including half of the slurry, bring to simmer. Simmer for 3-5 minutes, until sauce has thickened. Add more of the corn starch slurry if necessary.
- Pour sauce over cooked chicken and toss until fully coated. Serve over white rice.
- Sushi bake
Sushi Bake Recipe
- 3/4 cup - Kewpie mayo
- 3oz - Cream Cheese
- ~2 tbsp - Sriracha
- 1 tsp - Wasabi (I typically omit when I make)
- 2-3 Green Onions, sliced (I typically omit as well)
- 3 cups - White rice, cooked
- 1/3 cup - Rice vinegar
- 1 1/2 tsp - Salt
- 3 tbsp - Sugar
- Furikake (I use nori komi, but I've used others that work well)
- Kewpie Mayo
- In a large bowl, mix rice, rice vinegar, salt, and sugar together.
- Shred (or chop finely) your imitation crab.
- In separate bowl, mix imitation crab, kewpie mayo, cream cheese, sriracha, wasabi, and green onion. Mix well.
- In a 9in x 13in pan, spread rice evenly. Add furikake evenly across the rice. Spread imitation crab mixture evenly on top of that. Add another even layer of furikake. Drizzle kewpie mayo and sriracha on top, as shown in picture below, or however you'd like.
- Broil on low for roughly 10 minutes, or until crispy on top
- Serve with seaweed squares
- Glitchy/Weird effects for photo and video editing
- Kandi Patterns
- Note: My profile is "Multioculaec", you should add me :D
- Every Noise at Once
- A website that maps out a ton of different music genres and how they relate to each other, and gives you bands that fall under said genres
- Random Note Picker
- A website that generates random musical notes for practicing on instruments