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When "Implement" is used in sentences such as We need to implement our policy as soon as feasible. it is often a buzzword. It means no more than "carry out", or "put in place", or perhaps "start" but it sounds more precise. It may be that the tool is trying to discourage that sort of usage, which is often poor ...


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The site ArtBreeder it's just what you need. It basically lets you create all kinds of imagery by AI. One of the options is for portraits. You can take some of the million random portraits included or upload your own pics to mix them and generate new ones combining their facial traits. You can also configure what each -parent- pic contributes to the -...


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Using gmail aliases would permit you to evaluate the process with a minimum of superfluous effort. using the '+' sign and extending a legit gmail address to make it become mygmail+heroProtagonist@gmail.com and your villain mygmail+BaddyMcBadGirl@gmail.com and so on. Then, if you find the Kanba board method helps you, then grabbing an open source ...


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Sounds to me that the tool you are using is being simplistic. "Implement" as a verb means "to carry out" or "to begin". It is one of those words that writers often use because they want to use a big word rather than a short word to impress their readers with how smart they are because they know all these big words. I recall once,...


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Yes, and no. I use Google generally, but I also use Bing when I can't find a satisfactory result. I have also used others such as WolframAlpha when I want statistics. Try putting inverted commas around the phrase you are searching for (e.g. "economic impact of budgies") so you get the exact phrase. You can also use minus and plus signs before words ...


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I did a quick search on GitHub and found TaskBoard. It might meet your needs.


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It's not strictly speaking a Kanban tool but I wonder whether you might be able to replicate what you're looking for using Speare, it's not free sadly but there is a free trial so you could try it out and see if it does what you need?


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The closest thing I can come up with is an unfree, AI-generated face library. Seeing that this is a paid service, I doubt that there is some free service for this purpose, that does it better.


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You could try Miro. You can create multiple boards to plan various aspects. We have been using Miro for almost a year now in software development. But this tool should work well for many other purposes. Below is a screenshot with some templates for a new board, which should give you a rough idea how this can look. But there are many more possiblities. ...


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I'll jump in on this one. I'm an Assistant Professor of Interactive Multimedia at Nashville State Community College in Nashville TN. In my classes I talk about how to tell a narrative using different media: video, audio, written, images. I struggle with the environmental impact of storytelling as well. Having been to several Digital Book World conferences, I ...


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You can also try Creately. It is also an alternative to Microsoft Visio and offers an extensive collection of shapes to demonstrate flow structure charts for different applications.


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You could set a "Replacement" in the Compile section that will replace <$blank> with a single space (e.g., " " - sans the double-quote marks). Then, where you want to see your text separator, you'd type in the following: <$blank> <$blank> **** <$blank> <$blank> When you compile, you'll end up with 2 carriage ...


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