Our hero, UC, approaches cautiously, with trepidation, as he opens up blogger to find that things have changed. Instinctively, he cringes, as he reads:
"Blogger’s taken on a whole new look: A clean, sleek interface designed for a streamlined blogging experience."
Mrs. UC and I spend a few days nosing around in Silver City, New Mexico. They have cool license plates, very colorful. I thought it an invasion of privacy to just throw a picture of someone's plate on the Innertubes, so I had to discover a way to change the picture. Normally, most people would just black out(redact) the part of the picture that they wanted to shield. Not good enough for me. I wanted a better way. I asked Mrs. UC for ideas, and here's what she showed me--a cool thing in Photoshop CS3 called the Clone Stamp Tool. So I deleted a couple of characters and scrambled the rest. Isn't this a pretty plate?
This gorgeous turquoise plate is a centennial plate. Almost makes me want to move there to get one. Same as the above pic, I changed the characters.
Just for the record, I think license plates are a symbol of extortion and slavery.
P.S. Blogger's "new interface" isn't as bad as some of my Blogger Pals said. Just moved some stuff around, kinda like the yearly supermarket remodel where they switch some of the aisles around. And just like the supermarket remodel, nothing's improved. You just have to figure out where they moved the buttons to.
Posted by Dave