I didn't know that I was being hurt
Until the next day came.
The lack of explanation holding confusion from forming
Knowing the riddles should turn The Great Gates of Knowledge
into sliding doors with sensors.
Humans are sad creatures.
Sad and lonely.
Sad and lonely.
While the sword keep swinging
Sharp by Sharp
Polishing the hearing.
It’s not often I get a chance to random surf. But I took a little break to do just that. Here’s what I found:
Flash, Not Flash Gordon…okay maybe him too
Flash animation was great at the beginning, but it was always difficult to share and embed elsewhere. When social media came along, there were people making movies with Flash [NO! not Flash Gordon!] and you were getting that blank box with the text message “This content requires the Flash animation plugin….download it here”
Now the Internet Archives has figured out a way to save them. I made Flash animations and couldn’t even save them the first time!
Don’t drink alone, unless you are George Thorogood
Haven’t tried it yet but found on a Web Dev geek site.
Expressive Pixels Open Source App from Microsoft
https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/p/expressive-pixels/ The app gives the ability for people share animated visualizations in their own unique way. Users can make and show both static and animated images on LED displays and other digital devices, such as a PC. You can export the JSON code for use in other programs.
That’s it. I just had enough free time to paste this blog post together ya!
The problem is not all the nails are
rusty. This old style plank subfloor was nailed down without glue. The
trouble is that you get nail pop which leads to squeaky floors. It’s
unusual to see diagonal plank subfloors in a house built in 1971.
However that’s the case here. Usually houses built from the 1970s on
have sheet OSB subfloor. I’m finding a lot of outdated building methods
in this duplex
Solution: check all planks with hammer slam. pull loose nails and screw down
I call this a checkpoint. Every project needs checkpoints. Some people do these without even thinking about it. ( See @johnataction for business coaching.) It’s usually when I pull out my vacuum cleaner. I check to see if there’s any items that have been missed; possibly additional costs. Measurements are taken at this point and plans for the new build, material options are considered – basically “Are we on track with this project? ” After I’ve done this it’s time to go shopping. If it’s a paying job I enjoy it since I’m spending someone else’s money. In this case it’s my own bathroom. In either case I’m very conscious of value and price of materials.