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BlueBerry Pick'n
Is there anything more Canadian than picking blueberries... ?
Interests: life, art, fight club, toronto, healthcare reform, journalistic integrity, academic research integrity, parlimentary responsiveness, hemp industry, petroleum detox, co-op communities, puppies, beliefs, 40, phreak, eco-business, eco-tourism, green economy fun stuff: lotr, manufacturing consent, the corporation, cabaret, breakfast at tiffany's, crumb, canada, pulp fiction, the usual suspects, the fisher king, what dreams may come
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Mar 15, 2010
Yeah, I'm only 2 years behind the post, but I'm still grateful for the information. Now, here's a Code Newbie question about your code & TypePad. step 1: I copy my template as Advanced, right? step 2: I tweek the Advanced template, correct so far...? step 3: where does one stuff the code? How does one read the template to know where to poke in the code? I appreciate the 'hold my hand' overtones to this comment, but I'd be grateful for any help I can get. I gave up my title as XPQueen & picked up a sexy Mac when I started blogging. Everything is *just that little bit different* than simple Windows & "publish as html level" of Exchange publishing to which I'd grown confident. I jumped into using MT with TypePad, but I'm really constrained by the little I've figured out. anything, or anywhere you could point me, would be deeply appreciated! Namaste, ~BlueBerry!
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2006 on Drop down menus in TypePad at old blog
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I'm just posting around today, I've noticed a number of people haven't realized the video's 'black paint' in I'm Not Ready To Make Nice is OIL. On that thought, what would you do, if someone asked you to submit your blog for a job interview? Something to think about... something to talk about... Worth thinking about, anyway" Namaste, BlueBerry Pick'n can be found @ www.ThisCanadian.com "Silent Freedom is Freedom Silenced"
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