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October 07 2013

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October 01 2013

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September 30 2013

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September 28 2013

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Making QR Codes in Google Docs

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[Jordi] sent us this great tip on how to generate QR codes inside Google Docs. This can be super handy if you ever need to make a lot of them at one time, plus they update on the fly!

In his example he set up the code to create vCards so he could transfer contacts to his phone quickly and easily. The code pulls in a Google API QR generator and provides you with a QR code as an image! The following is his code, which can be easily modified to suit your needs:

=image("https://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chs=200x200&cht=qr&chl=BEGIN:VCARD%0AN:" & A2 & "%20" & B2 & "%0ATEL;CELL:" & C2 & "%0AEMAIL:" & D2 & "%0AEND:VCARD")

Or if you just want the bare bones:

=image("https://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chs=200x200&cht=qr&chl=<strong>YOUR CELL</strong>")

And if you need a full walkthrough, there is a video after the break. Those wanting to tinker around with more QR code hijinks will enjoy forming images from QR codes and milling QR codes into your copper layers.

[Thanks Jordi!]


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September 24 2013

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September 13 2013

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via A Japan Photo per Day - Unusual samurai armor, Horo

Maeda Toshiie statue, Oyama Shrine, Kanazawa

The armors worn by the samurai changed over time, following the developments in weaponry: from the heavy yoroi armors of the Heian Period, to the light protection worn by the last samurai during the end of the Edo Period… Many of these armors were quite strange looking, but by far the strangest armor ever was the one represented in this photo.

Called horo ("cloak") this very unusual protection was used during the Sengoku Period by elite special troops of Oda Nobunaga. The most famous of them, represented in this statue from the Oyama Shrine in Kanagawa, was Maeda Toshiie, the leader of the Aka Horo Shu, “Red Cloak Horsemen".

The armor was in fact a heavy cape placed on a bamboo frame (similar to a crinoline), covering the rider’s back. It was a very innovative armor, light enough not to bother the rider, designed to protect him from the arrows: even if an arrow was piercing the cape, it was slowed down enough to be harmlessly caught in the empty space.

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kaciart:

paganthings:

cdnpgn:

Winter sore throat “tea”- In a jar combine lemon slices, organic honey and sliced ginger. Close jar and put it in the fridge, it will form into a “jelly”. To serve- spoon jelly into mug and pour boiling water over it. Store in fridge 2-3 months.

Not winter yet.  But I get sore throats a lot and I like home remedies and kitchen witchery.

Im totally doing this~

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September 04 2013

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Fuji Volcano with cherry blossom - Japan
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July 20 2013

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rhamphotheca:

this right here.

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lost-her-sheep:

flatbear:

oh no they found out.

drat, foiled again

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July 11 2013

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June 09 2013

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