- Use the Upload button to add a file from your hard drive.
- Or use the URL field to paste in a link to an image online somewhere else.
- Add a description and copyright statement to the Description field.
- Note that when you edit this image later, the description
- Set the alignment if you want.
- Click the Insert into Post button to add the new image to your Post.
If you need to edit the image’s information, then:
- Click the Image icon on the toolbar.
- Or click the Manage->Media Library tab.
- Click the title of the image in the list to switch to the image editing screen.
Note that when you add a description in the Write-Post editing toolbar, the description contents end up in the caption field/alternative text attribute later.
I hesitated to google “technology for girls”. I didn’t want to admit that anything would be/should be different for girls. But I see it every day…a typical example is colorful phones; some with tea-cozy like costumes. I should have just typed in technologyforgirls.com—it the idea came to me, then it’s already on the web. Anyway, the site is pink, clean and uncluttered, and friendly. It starts with, “My name is Hilary. I love technology but I know that some girls are not too confident. Most technology information seems to be directed primarily at men. The object of this website is to redress the balance; let us girls have our say!”
The Girl Scouts want girls to se their sights on math and science with their GirlsGoTech website.
The summary written by this gentleman found some great quotes to invent by, in the Programmers are from Mars… post.
Working alongside OSU chemical engineering professor Christine Kelly, undergraduate bioengineering student and OSU Presidential Scholar Erin Rieke is seeking ways to treat cancer with microscopic nanoparticles that would keep healthy tissues from being exposed to the harmful effects of chemotherapy or radiation. Read more about Rieke’s research.
You know that memory that allows you to open lots of applications at one time on a computer…the RAM? I swapped my second 256 chip for a 512 chip (not necessarily a smart purchase)…all by myself! I began to panic when I couldn’t get the chip in; took me 15 minutes of gently pushing to realize I had it in backwards. I didn’t break anything and it’s definately helped run the Adobe suite.
In addition to adding more RAM, I removed all the music from my hard drive…a bit scary. Now Adobe apps have more hard drive to pull from when doing hard work.