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This would not be as diminutive a viewer as you have in mind. You could place your GIFs on an iPod Touch (or an iPhone, or,even more to carry around, an iPad.) 1. Install the free app “Readdle Docs” on your device. 2. Launch the app. At the bottom of the page, select Browser. 3. In the address window, type the URL for the image you want to load (in the present instance: 4. Hit GO. Soon the image will appear, small, animated. At the bottom of this page, select Save. Then. the button Save Current Page will appear. Hit that button. 5. A screen appears, giving you the opportunity to rename the file if you wish. 6. Hit Done. A Downloading thermometer appears. When that goes away, select Exit at the bottom of the screen. 7. A new screen appears. At the bottom of the page, select Documents. 8. A list of your documents (if any) comes up. There will appear in this list the image file you just downloaded, bearing whatever name you assigned. Hit the icon. 9. Voilà. Young Jane, munching.
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Well, you raised the subject (FREQUENTLY!), so: What's the difference between a poor marksman and a constipated owl? Ans. The poor marksman shoots and shoots, but never hits.
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And because, when they scream at the top of their lungs, they are not entirely dissimilar from Pinky Perelmuth, a/k/a Jan Peerce.
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Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2010 on Moving at Toast
Cocktail: 1 oz. sloe gin; 1 oz. Southern Comfort; 1 oz. Pol Roger Champagne -- The Sloe Comfortable Roger. L'Chaim!
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The redfox -- illuminatrix of contemporary vocabulary to the benighted septuagenarian.
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Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2010 on Gasket. at Adventures in the Pointless Forest
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Happy New Year to The One And Only Lindy, and to all those who have the good fortune to be her blogees!
Toggle Commented Dec 31, 2009 on Unwrapping to Wrapping at Place Mark
It was likely at the very moment she was unpacking the last box that I was wondering: When is she going to finally finish unpacking those damn boxes? What's the frequency, Kenneth? And, wrestling with the table monstrosity? -- folks, our Lindy is one helluva woman!
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2009 on Unwrapping to Wrapping at Place Mark
Well, a week contains seven days, so for want of a more specific actual moving day, let's say the magic number is . . . . . SEVEN!
Toggle Commented Nov 19, 2009 on Colors II at Place Mark
I'll bet Jim The Sandman and Diane The Painter both would give you solid professional opinion on re-doing the cabinets. And as you've already given them major assignments, perhaps they'd work with you, budget-wise, to actually do the job. No muss, no fuss, no bother.
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2009 on Answers and Questions at Place Mark
Verily, Fiordiligi, a lovely catch.
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2009 on Floors at Place Mark
What about contacting the manufacturers of Formica or other trade name laminates to ask if their products will take paint? (In this case, icky might be a word best not uttered.)
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2009 on Answers and Questions at Place Mark
Vinyl, CDs, mp3, hi-fi, stereo. Thank goodness I succeeded in casting off the tyranny of audio . . . . a little table radio suits me fine now. The vanquished apparatus, however, remains in situ in this packrat's den. Midst the clutter sits a stack of Capitol records from fifty years ago, still in shrink wrap. (They allowed us to buy our own recordings at a discount. Would it have killed them to just give 'em to us for free?) I think the only way I'll ever be able to move out of here, is to maintain this place as a warehouse.
Toggle Commented Nov 10, 2009 on Giving It Up at Place Mark