SketchUcation Community Forums Pilou wrote:"à la main" I think that'à la main' = by hand - you deliver a document by hand [i.e. it is in your hand] OR 'fait à la main' = hand-made [in English this phrase is normally reserved for things like food, clothes, furniture etc, but not in the general sense of 'manually' (manuellement) which is often used as the opposite of 'automatically'] - 'à la main' is a general usage and can be used in many case without misinterpretation, as it literally means 'at [the] hand' - so it is often used regarding anything relating to 'hands', BUT then'par la main' = by [the use of the] hand - you make a SKP mesh by hand - in the sense that you 'made it with your hand[s]' ['manually'] rather than making it ''automatically, perhaps using EEbyRails or Fredo's new gizmo [ you are unlikely to leave it at home ]etc etc
blog.hootsuite Check out 15 Essential Tools to Better Manage Social Media for an updated post. There is an assortment of social media tools available for major networks like Twitter or Facebook, and, for those who are not too familiar with their functions, they may all sound the same. As a social media manager, you may find that trying to figure out a difference between a sentiment analysis and an online influence tool is taking up the time you could be spending mapping out a successful social media strategy for your business. To help you sort through all the variety and pick the tools essential for social media management of your brand, we came up with this handy list. 1. Using IMAP on Mac OS X by Jason McIntosh 05/21/2002 IMAP or POP? Which is the best mail protocol to use on your Macintosh? This IMAP primer will help you understand its benefits and limitations, especially when using the Mail.app client on Mac OS X.
Geometric Sand Sculptures by Calvin Seibert «TwistedSifter Nov 27, 2012 Using a variety of 3D geometric shapes such as prisms, pyramids, cylinders, spheres and cones; artist Calvin Seibert creates wonderful sand sculptures that are not quite ‘castles’ but much more than just randomly placed building blocks. On Flickr, you can find an entire 66-picture gallery of Calvin’s artwork which have all been washed away by the sea.
Can you solve "Einstein’s Riddle"? - Dan Van der Vieren For your convenience, here is a list of all the clues: 1. The Brit lives in the house with red walls. 2. The Swede has a dog. 3. The Dane drinks tea. 4. Photos and Vectors The highest building 8.353 24 5 months ago A sky full of stars 6.811 17 4 months ago Desert and the road 7.975 28 5 months ago 6 links that will show you what Google knows about you — Productivity in the Cloud 6 links that will show you what Google knows about you (Photo by Alex Koloskov at www.photigy.com ) Want to find out all the things Google knows about you? Here are 6 links that will show you some of the data Google has about you.
Architecture Top 10 Hide-Outs → Read more Although we enjoy living in a city like Berlin, we occasionally feel the desire for some peace and quiet and the need to seclude ourselves from the rush and the noise of the town to enjoy some fresh air in the great outdoors. When turning the pages of Gestalten's latest publication entitled Hide and Seek – Architecture of Cabins and Hide-Outs we were immediately smitten with the amazing dwellings located in the forest, on the water, or in the mountains; whether light and minimalistic or dark and cozy, the compelling houses exemplify how to create remote shelters that bring calm and balance to our hectic lives. With the right concept, furniture, décor, and atmosphere, even small or basic designs become stunning sanctuaries. Can't get enough of it. In co-operation with Gestalten, we chose our Top 10 Hide-Outs from the amazing dwellings that you'll find inside the book.