There is a hidden trick to add videos fast that we will like to share with you.
As you can see above, it’s easy to bring in videos from an external service using Quick Add’s “Add a Video” option (from the Hello box at your top right column), but if you simply paste in the URL (not even the actual embed code) to a YouTube clip that allows embedding, the video will be added to your network along with its title and description.
This is my graduation project. It's "An orthopedic and rehalibitation center for movement-disabled children". Not as good as I hoped. But anyway, I passed. Many things are waitings for me ahead. Just take a deep breath, keep the eyes open, and GO ON!!!!
The controversy over the new Calatrava bridge in Venice, Italy fascinates me. I'm generally a Calatrava fan so I like the look of the bridge and yet I can understand why some may think it doesn't fit in Venice with it's big, bold sweep and use of glass. Still it seems ridiculous that the city has canceled the opening ceremony. Like it or lump it they are stuck… Continue
Wow yesterday was a full day that seemed would never end. With the great weather we are having the garden is starting to produce. The tomatoes are wild; taste that’s out of this world.
I was so tired by the end of the day I canceled a trip to Chapters with Nathan, imagine me skipping a book store. This all goes back to Sunday night’s party.
It turned out wonderful, our friends had a great send off. We also had some great wine and too much food. Everyone brought more that they needed.… Continue
I started an online gallery of 3D models of objects along with direct links to the manufacturers. The site is also a platform to have 2D sketches transformed into 3D models and we also provide rapid prototyping services. Lead-time from initial sketch to resin sample can take from 48hours to 5 working days depending on object complexity. All 3D models are untextured and area available in a variety of 3D formats such as: 3DS, 3DM, OBJ and other formats are available.
Most of August was a disaster; talking about the weather – out of the first 20 days we had maybe three or four days of sun, otherwise it was overcast with rain most days. Now the weather has turned pleasant; sun, a few clouds and warm. Today looks like another perfect day.
What’s on board for today; cleaning the studio, hanging up some watercolour works in the studio and in the front entrance; working on the Thursday File and the… Continue
Wow another nice hot sunny day. Beverly and Liz took of to a Baby shower this afternoon, then they plan to shop for tomorrows party and the wedding next week. It looks like it’s going to be a very busy week leading up to Nathan’s wedding on Saturday.
I’ve been working today mostly on the Thursday File but also cleaning up my computer doing a ton of filling. My screen looks a little better. I keep jumping around – a little of this a little of that – moving slowly but am I getting… Continue
Yesterday was wonderful, sunny all day, this lead to our first red tomato, which we all took a slice of. The taste was out of this world. If this keeps up we are going to have a ton of tomatoes.
I have a very full morning of work from 6am until 3pm I only have two half hour breaks the rest of the time is non stop action you might say. It’s hard in one sense; you must stay focused and watch the time like a hawk; time does go by fast though and before you realize it. The work day is… Continue
My granddaughter Shannon stayed over last night which takes a lot of our time you could say we had our hands full.
I’m a real sap for TV shows – one of them I loved to watch was ‘Murder She Wrote’, from 1984 to 1996, simple entertainment you might say but there was something I enjoyed. Angela Lansbury played a mystery writer who always found herself investigating murders that occurred around her. My son would call her “Lady Death – where ever she goes death always follows her.” I… Continue
This morning I’m having a battle of patience with these three flies. I hate them and they are driving me up the wall. I have my flyswatter (maybe I need to get one of those fly gun or flygun, a derivative of the fly swatter, uses a spring-loaded plastic projectile to "swat" flies. Mounted on the projectile is a perforated circular disk which, according to advertising copy, "really does work" and "won't splat the fly".) with me at all times but they seem to be working together – impossible you… Continue
Just finish my first rounds today and I’m going to make breakfast for myself. Beverly headed out over a half hour ago; she popped her head into the studio and waved goodbye as she was eating a peach. Liz is still in Sussex where she has been for the weekend.
Well, we did not get out on Sunday as I had planed but instead I made a really great salad for Beverly when she got home. The rest of the day was spent doing yard work.
Tomorrow I plan to get over to Chapters for a… Continue
Working on the Thursday File for next week; listening to Alan Hovhaness’ Symphony number two . It was completed in 1955 and he named it ‘Mysterious Mountain’ – I love it.
Did you know his last symphony Symphony was No. 67 - 'Hymn to the Mountains', Op. 429 for orchestra - he finished it in 1992.
Beverly is out working; filling in for someone on vacation. She should be back for lunch. And since we did not go out for our… Continue
I woke up early this morning to the sound of birds out side my window having an argument; is that possible.
The fog outside is so thick even the birds are under cover. Will the sun come out to play today; I ask?
I had set the alarm for around six but had forgotten. I was so relaxed but fully away thinking about the thinks I wanted to get done today. When the alarm did go off it caught me by surprise – it took me a moment to cancel the sound but it was too late to go back to that… Continue
I woke up early this morning with a very bad migraine headache. I’ve take some medicine but it’s still pounding away.
I hope it’s going to be a good day out today. I only have one call to make this morning then I’m off until 1:30 for a full afternoon. I plan to go to Chapters/Starbucks and relax this morning and meet a few people and read or do some writing.
When I was growing up I would go up to my uncle’s place in northern Ontario and I would take long walks in the woods by… Continue
Found this article in the LA Times on Beijing architecture pretty interesting especially when it comes to the way smog changes the way we perceive buildings. The author is doing a whole series of stories on the architecture of Beijing. As someone who lives in Los Angeles I'm accustomed to sometimes seeing my downtown skyline in the distance through a haze of brownish air but I'm still amazed… Continue
Added by Deidre on August 11, 2008 at 3:02pm —
I get up early most mornings but yesterday, Sunday I slept in. Saturday night I was up late watching old TV programs on DVDs; finally succumbing at 2am. Once up though I made breakfast for two – something simple - a beagle with cheese, egg and bacon. Beverly dropped me off at Chapters/Starbucks; she had to work. I read, drank coffee; actually laities and just relaxed. When she picked me up, we headed home. Around four, I made hamburgers on the BBQ along with onions, zucchini, cherry tomatoes,… Continue
Soviet constructivism is a modern art movement that began around 1913. Constructivist art, theatre and exhibitions were produced by a group of avant-garde artists in Moscow, Odessa and St. Petersburg. Constructivist art began with works of primarily abstract constructions. After 1916 the brothers Naum (Pevsner) Gabo and Antoine Pevsner sculptural added an emphasis related to the… Continue