Thursday, December 25, 2008

Google Doodle for Yoodle

Google in 1998
Flash: This may only be available on
Christmas day. Go to the standard google
search page and click on the logo.

Below are three of the hidden images
which will show. One wonders if there
are other days or symbols present
on other days.

Merry Christmas to you too google.

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Learning how to screen capture and post with ScribeFire.

Dick Cheney, Vice President of the United States.

I am now including a screen capture - just by selecting - from This will allow me to post with
image content and then add my own photos of choice.
I have linkified the truemors post .
The image was offered to me by Zemanta.
I am now experimenting to see if I can add
another photo to this paragraph.

CAMP DAVID, MD - AUGUST 18:  (L to R) U.S. Vic...Here is my frustrated result after
much effort and images jumping
in and out of the blog.

It seems as if the photos prefer to be
on the right.

Flying Spaghetti Monster Tree Ornament

If the same old decorative glass balls hanging from the Christmas tree
(or Festivus pole) seem drab and lackluster, consider switching out
your glass balls for meatballs. The Flying Spaghetti Monster
tree ornament features a booglie eyed pasta monster that represents the
faux Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, created in 2005 by an
Oregon graduate student protesting the decision by the Kansas State
Board of Education to require the teaching of intelligent design
alongside biological evolution. Yay for politics on the tree! Look out
for the Dick Cheney on a ribbon ornament!

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My search for a suitable/great blog editor.

Relief from a scribe's tomb found in Flavia SolvaImage via Wikipedia
Now I have just added the ScribeFire extension for Firefox.
I thought that I would have been able to select copy from
a page and add text to it. Apparently, that is not the case.
I've also added the Zemanta extension which I used for
the posts of the middle of the year.

Note that you are reading an edited version of my
original post: it turns out that ScribeFire does
allow for selecting content from web pages. I have
added this second paragraph, the photo to the
right and the links above with Zemanta.

As I remember from my previous use of Zemanta,
I will not be able to add a second photo to this post.
But, ScribeFire will allow for additional photos to appear.
I will try that with my next post.
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