Saturday, October 29, 2011
I wanna see your video of it! Take it out!
On second thought you could just jam the controller, take it over and do with it as you please.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Watch the police Where are they? What do you think their game plan is? Is it a sweep or a pinch? What are they lining up to do to you?
Know where you are Learn the local geography beforehand. Look at maps. Street layout, escape routes, deadends. Know your options.
Think in advance What are you prepared to do? Stand your ground, go to jail, retreat? Be prepared to change your plan in response to unfolding events.
Know the people around you Are you along or with friends? Strangers or familiar faces? Talk to them before anything happens. Are there those you feel you can count on? Are there those who may need your help or assistance?
What's the weather? It doesn't take a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. If tear gas or other chemical agents are going to be used, are you upwind or downwind?
Take video & photos I always begin by photographing the police before anything happens including badge numbers and faces. Don't provoke them but stand your ground, up close and personal. Act as a witness, collect evidence, share it with the world.
Think, don't panic. Take care of yourselves, take care of others.
And don't forget, we're going to win!
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Monday, October 17, 2011
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Friday, October 14, 2011
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Now get busy! We have a revolution to win!
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
SEATTLE - Azalea Software, Inc. just released their collection of free calendars for 2012. [ www.azalea.com/calendar/ ] Available in PDF format, they're designed to be downloaded and printed on your inkjet or laser printer..
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Azalea Software's trademark idiosyncratic and visually humorous calendars featuring unique photographic images. In keeping with tradition the photos in the 2012 calendars include visual puns and mixed messages. The calendars fit on one letter sized page and feature major holidays as well as the Azalea staff's birthdays. They expect at least an email if not flowers..
2012 is a Leap Year and to celebrate this auspicious occasion, this year's calendars have Easter eggs and poorly hidden messages in them. For reasons known only to himself, Azalea's president Jerry Whiting has infused a an interactive circus theme into this year's calendars..
"I've been under a rock working on foneFrame, our new mobile framework, for what seems like endless months now. When calendar time came around, I used it as a way to purge myself and prepare for the upcoming new year. Nothing thematic like the years we highlighted orchids, graffiti, or neon signs." says Whiting. "We stopped printing and mailing physical calendars a couple of years ago. By putting them online, we get to share them with everyone around the world. It's great!".
Download one or download them all. Link to them on Facebook, tweet about how much you love them, email the link to friends and family alike. The web page explains how to force full bleeds on Epson inkjet printers to accommodate the calendars' design. Quit being a cheapskate and walk a flashdrive to a copy shop and pay for a high quality print. And don't forget Miranda & Jerry's birthdays (3/1 & 12/12 respectively)..
Azalea Software, Inc., Seattle WA, sells mobile web dev tools & mobile templates [ www.foneFrame.com ] and barcode fonts & software [ www.azalea.com ]. They maintain "The Barcode FAQ" and have been known to mouth off in their blog, [ BarcodeNerds.blogspot.com ]. Miranda and Jerry can be found in their favorite coffee house, laptops in tow, collaborating with a virtual team that spans the globe. This line is to make sure you're paying attention..
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Because 2012 is a Leap Year, each calendar has one or more Easter Eggs in it.
Monday, October 10, 2011
I used my favorites to make a slideshow:
Available in all 23 official languages of the EU, AzaleaSoftware.eu reaches out to those living in Europe who need barcode fonts and barcode software.
I saw a request yesterday for Search Engine Optimization suggestions for those doing websites for #OccupyTogether et al. So I wrote one: foneFrame.com/OccupyWallSt/SEO/
Read it, use it, share it!