Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Once Again

Old Is New

April 11 rose bud

April 13 rose bud

Page Breaks

For some reason, Google has upgraded/altered/improved Google Docs to accommodate someone who thinks that page breaks were needed and implemented this change.

It’s part of the service. Making adjustments and improvements are a strategy for success, and one must admit that Google is very successful.

April 11 rose

April 13 rose

But what about when I copy this to the blogger editor? Am I going to have page breaks in my blog? How will that affect the graphic design formula that I use to keep this blog consistently in balance, and pleasing along the optic path to the brain?

It seems that the Blogger editor answered that question for me by not accepting the copied data from the new version of Google Docs.

What's a guy to do? Probably the same thing I have done when someone is tinkering with Google Docs; Go to the template of the old style and use it until the bugs are shaken out of the new version.
Good to the last drop, rose.

So what's the transcendental theme in today's blog, anyway? It's the appropriate song, and or video, that transcends time and space.

Ian Anderson had a hit song in the 60's with his band, Jethro Tull, that was built around his flute playing. It was a time when we were just getting off the ground into space, and Yuri Gagarin was the fist person to do so.

Flash forward to 2011 and Cady Coleman is orbiting earth in the international space station. She plucks her flute out of the air and begins playing the Jethro Tull song, and is joined from earth in a duet with Ian Anderson.

Today’s Relatively Appropriate Song;


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