A couple of good reference pages for Mac OS X and keyboard shortcuts. I’m posting these because I have had several requests for information about these. Also, people seem surprised that you can create MORE shortcuts for an application via System Preferences.
Mac OS X Keyboard shortcuts. Link
How to create keyboard shortcuts. Link
A picture from this weekend. Removing the tile and mortar bed. Tried to remove just the tile but the mortar bed wanted to come up as well.
This is NOT something you want to do if you can avoid it.
My wife took this picture quite some time ago.
The cat is ready for a hard day of food, napping…more napping and then chasing stuff.
I was walking around Amsterdam on Sunday and came across this little guy down by the flower market.
I watched him 10 minutes or so. He was intently waiting for someone…
Went down to Eastern Market today for the first time in quite awhile.
Took a few pics…
Trying to get the energy and motivation to start running again. Thought I would post this to motivate myself.
This one made me chuckle. The idea is great. The kids are excited. the tools are off the shelf.
Another trip today to Eastern Market. Met some friends who haven’t been there before on Saturday.
I parked in one of the alleys at the south eastern end of Eastern Market which is right next to Gratiot and the entrance to 375.
I stepped out of the car and got this picture.
Sigh… North of Brush Park near the Ford Piquette Plant (see here for what that is..)
I was cruising down Woodward to Eastern Market and figured I would stop by and take a few snaps of another one of my favorite buildings in Detroit (I have a lot). Please excuse the quality of the shots as I was in a hurry..and I’m not much a photographer. The building deserves better.
Temple Beth El at the corner of Gladstone and Woodward. Here’s the Wikipedia entry for Temple Beth El.
The congregation moved from Woodward and near Eliot (the building is now Wayne State’s Bonstelle Theatre) to the building pictured above in 1922. This building is quite a stunner as well.
In both cases the Temples were designed by this guy named Albert Kahn. Perhaps you’ve heard of him. If not see here… quite the body of work.
This is the front of the building. If you look closely you’ll see different sayings far above the doors.
The first time I saw the building this is the side I saw and the quote:
“MY HOUSE SHALL BE CALLED THE HOUSE OF PRAYER FOR ALL PEOPLE”.