Friday, May 22, 2009

Stone Quarry - Natural Stone For Sale !

P & P Stone, LLC
(570) 967-2279
See description below
<---------Half Inch Pattern
<-------1 Inch Pattern
We have been in the quarry business for 10 years. Right now we have 1 inch and 1/2 inch pattern - off color - faces are excellent. This would make beautiful landscaping material. If anyone knows of any buyers here in the northeast US.....please let us know! (570) 967-2279 or E-Mail at
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Last Class - whole class was so great!

This is what I learned:

  • Create
  • add graphics
    • photo
    • clip art
    • stop sub list now
  • new

this is going to be centered

This is a list of ways to organize a memoir:

  • By geography
  • By chronology
    • Early years
    • Later years
  • By family
  • Matriarchal
  • Patriarchal
  • By education

Just type a couple of lines and go back into the HTML window in order to play with p tags and try compose and HTML.

    Last class miscellaneous topics

    Already talked about, quick review:

    • Permalinks & trackbacks
    • Splogs & comment spam
    • Anonymity
    • Captcha
    • Copyright, etiquette & ethics
    More technical details Growing your blog
    • Set goals
    • Network
    • Cultivate your readers

    Sunday, May 3, 2009

    Photo storage, online backup

    • Shutterfly is currently totally free with no limits. BUT they do claim to acquire license to use/distribute/reproduce your photos. This is the same language Facebook ran into problems with recently. If you ever might want to sell your pictures, stay far away. For regular people, maybe not a problem... Reviews of Shutterfly
    • Snapfish claims unlimited storage with minimum purchase (1 print at 9 cents and 99 cents shipping). And it belongs to HP, so it's likely to stick around. They do warn that they may downsample (shrink) photos that are more than 9 megapixel resolution (HUGE, in other words). Same language as Shutterfly but (v. important!) specified to be for the service. Reviews of Snapfish
    • SmugMug, which I'd never heard of before (what an awful name, IMO), is extremely popular with professional photographers. $39.95/year, unlimited storage. Very elegant-looking features like albums & slideshows--they care about esthetics. Reviews of SmugMug
    • Flickr is $24.95/year (or $47.99 for 2 years) for unlimited storage.
    • Kodak Gallery (used to be Ofoto) requires a minimum purchase of $20/year for over 2GB. Doesn't look promising.
    • Zoto is like SmugMug but much smaller. $19.95/year
    In class, I mentioned how happy I've been with Carbonite for online backup. I paid $80.95 (with a coupon) for 2 years, which is only $3.38 a month. Restoring files (which I haven't had to do for real yet) is very easy. Here's a screen shot:If you're possibly interested, you can get a free month if I refer you and I get free months also. Let me know and I'll email you the link.