County Waterford, Ireland. Large black labels are the meaning of the English-language place names (most English place names in Ireland are anglicised Irish). Under it is the actual English and Irish names of the places separated by a hyphen with the translation of the Irish name in brackets if it's different from the meaning given. Green places have English names derived from Irish, Red places have names derived from English and the one yellow place has its name derived from Norse.
I don't look forward to the day when cities actually look like that.
This post is to make up for my previous imageless post I made whilst at work. I suspect that this bunch of video game player ultranerds won't appreciate this post that much, so there's some random shit at the end that you may like more. If you still don't like it, then imagine yourself as the guy in the white shirt in this first image.
Map of my hard drives content, provided by this cool program. Each rectangle represents a file. The organization is done by folder, so say one directory is a big rectangle area, and then it splits the subfolders into further rectangles, and so on until it reaches file level. I did some rearranging to make use of the space created by deleting some chunks I didn't want to share (wink wink!)
The 12 most common file formats have color coding. Red, blue, cyan, and green are all video files. Purple are wavs. Yellow are MP3.
All movies, tv, and music were acquired legally.
Pussy. Not like its hard to imagine how much porn you tried to hide. NEGATIVE SPACE
I use this program a lot at work, its p.sweet. Never did my computer before. This is missing my 3TB external drive though, with a bunch of Bluray Rips. It is rather disconcerting how large my explicit section is. I don't even really look at it, why do I keep collecting?