You’re going to love this theme for sure. It’s very neat and very well designed. I was thinking much of switching to it lately. I’m still using Twenty Twelve! Rowling Theme is also very similar to Lovecraft but I haven’t really tested it yet.
Few months ago, while showing me his own way in using clouds to share important documents between members of his family, he mistakenly shared the wrong file to the wrong folder – the folder of his first wife!
Laughing, “I fixed it. But I’ll go now to make sure things are okay and I’ll update you later”, he said.
Well… He couldn’t update me!
I’ve been told that his face was smiling when they buried him!!!
I mentioned earlier some good video editing software. Today, I’ll talk briefly about some advanced ones. I’d like to start with the fact that I use such apps for personal use only. However, even normal users need some advanced features sometimes – not to mention the quality.
Most blogging sites use WYSIWYG in editing. For normal users, this is more than enough. WordPress, for example, has a good post editor with option of HTML for extra formatting…
Shortly, I haven’t bought any of Huawei’s products nor recommended them ever! Regardless of the political or ethical background behind the cutting off decision, I believe it’s time to think again. Is it safe to have all of our data in one place? Google, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, … they can pull the plug any time on us for a reason or no reason whatsoever.
Google once punished me for life and banned me from using AdSense service for something beyond my knowledge or intention. Furthermore, they refused my appeal!
In Search of Bunyip Chasm
[This time, some of the T-Team venture into the Gammon Ranges, Northern Flinders Ranges, South Australia; an amazing unspoilt part of the world…
Heartfelt thanks to Mohamad Al Karbi for giving me the opportunity to share the beauty of the Gammon Ranges.]
Over the Easter break in 1986, Dad took my boyfriend at the time (Mr. K) and me to the Gammon Ranges. Dad had gone there the previous year and was keen to show us some of the scenic secrets these ranges held.
The Ho Chi Minh Trail was one of my first experiences when moving to southern California. Let me tell you… locating it was quite a challenge. The beginning or “trailhead” is nestled among multi-million dollar homes.