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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Mo Rocca on the Art of Sexy Shirt Removal

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Has the spring weather and thoughts of summer sun got you wanting to whip off your teeshirt and head to the beach or pool? Avoid looking like a schmuck with these three sexy t-shirt taking off techniques from Mo Rocca:

  • The Two-Handed Crossover Classic
  • The One-Armed Sleeve Release
  • The Reach Behind (it's not what you think)
  • And the ultimate in sexy (and impossible for most to pull off), The Tear Away

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Are T-shirts the New Tattoos?

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Tattoos, which have been around since pre-historic man, may have lost some of their "market share" thanks the invention of the much more malleable, extensible and safe t-shirt as self-identifier but that doesn't mean they're getting replaced anytime soon. Roger White argues that commodities are easy to replace but artistry has much more resilience when it comes to weathering change.

And just in case that video was a little too erudite --or slow!-- for you, here's a quick jolt of tee-related humor:

Monday, April 27, 2009

1 Step to Bulk-Add Images to Blogger Posts

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We've heard the complaint that you can't batch upload photos to Google's Blogger, but nothing could be further from the long as you're willing to use Firefox. Not only can you bulk-upload many files, you can do it in one easy step every time!

First thing you need to do is get the DragDropUpload add-on. This add-on allows you to "drop files into attachment boxes instead of browse for them or type in the filename. Drop multiple files and fill all the entries."

It's the second part of that explanaition that makes working with Blogger and images easy as pie. Once you install this and restart Firefox you're ready to rumble.

Whenever you want to upload photos, just click the "Add Image" icon in the Blogger editor. While that pop-up is doing its pop-up thing, navigate to the folder where you pictures are and highlight all the images you want to add to your post. Now click and drag those images into the input box next to the "Browse..." button.

That's it! You're on the precipice of achieving image-adder's bliss.

Now when you click the "Upload Image" button Blogger will automagically upload all of the images you highlighted. Don't worry if it doesn't look like they're all there at first, Google just hides the input boxes with your file names initially. If you click the "Add another image" link, you should see that the keeps on going beyond the initial eight displayed.

Presenting: British comedian Harry Tate

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This awesome avatar-in-the-making is in the public domain! Wooohooo! Public domain!