This is a very simple, yet awesome discovery I had recently. I love Google Drive and all of the document features. I really think they are on par with Microsoft Office. By default, Google Drive only gives you a few fonts to choose from, but there are many more that can be revealed. Below is my first Ed Tech video tutorial that shows you how to access the other fonts. This should be the first of many more!
I have shared photos of the Naples Pier before, but I tried something different this time. I went with the intention of creating a set of black and white, vintage, “street” style photographs at the pier. I thought it could work because of the high volume of snowbirds and tourists in town this month, and the beautiful weather we had today. I really like the way they came out, and I had fun doing it, throwing in a few surprises to counter expectations of a BW set. Here is the full set. And below are a few samples.
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Some days, I publish an original photo along with some of the technical information. You can see more of my photography on my Flickr page.
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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how to connect a PS3 controller with a Mac computer for gaming. The setup was super easy and I experienced great responsiveness with several games. There is one quirk that I discovered that is worth noting. It seems that with the games that I am playing (through Steam) the controller must be turned on and connected before launching the game. Any time that I have turned it on afterwards, it does not work. It is simple to fix. Just close the game and relaunch. It does not even require restarting the gamepad. That can remain on. A minor annoyance, but I wanted to share with anyone who is starting to use the PS3 controller in this way.