I wrote a post on using free Google Sites to test out a Recipe site I wanted to create to collect some of my recipes and processes in one place. As I was building the site I realised that I was going to get a long list of things and then I’d need to
Nomacs nomacs is a free, open source image viewer, which supports multiple platforms. You can use it for viewing all common image formats including RAW and psd images. nomacs features semi-transparent widgets that display additional information such as thumbnails, metadata or histogram. It is able to browse images in zip or MS Office files which
I am just over viewing the tool at the moment. I setup a process in Notion for some tasks I want to get done. I need to find a project that I can use for Clickup. I haven’t one at present. It was on my Notion list, and when I looked at it I saw
Google sites are free websites you can build and have hosted by Google. They reside on your Google Drive. My Recipe Site I wanted to create a site for some recipes that I’m trying out. I have been bookmarking videos and recipes and also using the Firefox sidebar add-ins like Notes and 5 notes to
Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. Notion is all you need — in one tool. For teams & individuals — Web, Mobile, Mac, Windows It does Notes/docs, Tasks/Projects, Knowledge base & Databases (actually looks like Coda sheets not sure if it does calculations on cells though). You can link/share with others pages you have setup.
Background I have written a post on showing internal building fabric condition over time in this article Revit Internal Condition over Time. I was not, at the time, happy with the presentation of the information as it was a series of screenshots that I then put in as slides to step through the process. Two
Dear visitor, This post is to acknowledge that I’ve now written 200 of them. A milestone. It has taken me 8 months to write them. I hope you have enjoyed some of the posts and have received some useful insights/help that have assisted you in your work or interest. I have enjoyed writing most of
I wanted to link a couple of things I’ve been learning and doing and highlight them in videos. In some demonstrations seeing is better than listing Vid 1. Screen Capture & Optical Character Recognition (OCR) In this video I wanted to show how to use screen capture process to get code from YouTube and other
I was reading an article about integrating Google Apps with WordPress and one was a plugin for Google Forms and decided to investigate it. When I went to install the plugin I came across Calculated Fields Form plugin for WordPress and decided to install that too. I’m glad I did, this is a great plugin.
I need to get my head around this to see if it can supplement the sheet filtering info I was exploring in the last post. Formatting Macro tutorial I will be following the tutorial in the video below, it is one of the videos from the Learn Google Spreadsheets that I think is an exceptional