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Zoom thanoblesavage:

Change is coming. Stay tuned.


Exactly!

thanoblesavage:

Change is coming. Stay tuned.

Exactly!

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Zoom wild-storm-with-skin:

Indifference will be our demise.


Exactly.

wild-storm-with-skin:

Indifference will be our demise.

Exactly.

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Zoom We no longer need to live in the fear of the unknown.

We no longer need to live in the fear of the unknown.

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Drawings from Sktchy. Thanks to the artists, Brian L and P Wingard

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A Vision of Justice: From Palestine to Ferguson
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Hands Up Turn Up: Day of Action 2014

Atlanta, GA

Black lives matter.

© Albrica Tierra

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Zoom Wayne Shorter, the grand composer of modern jazz. Clipped from @jazztimes #clippings

Wayne Shorter, the grand composer of modern jazz. Clipped from @jazztimes #clippings

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Zoom queennubian:

xjeremyjohnsonx:

EXTREMELY RELEVANT.  

my life

queennubian:

xjeremyjohnsonx:

EXTREMELY RELEVANT.  

my life

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Zoom judismith:


Supercharge Your Paperless Print to PDF Workflow
I’ve taken a tip from David Sparks’ Paperless ebook on using an Automator Print Plugin workflow to rename a file and move it to a folder - in this case named “Action” - in the process of printing it to PDF. Super slick! Sparks named the workflow “Rename -> Action”. The resulting print plugin workflow resides in the drop down menu of the PDF button in the OS X Print dialog box.
The problem for me is that I don’t like having to use my mouse to access the print plugin from the menu - which is how one would access this print plugin. Here’s where the Keyboard Maestro workflow comes in. By using the recipe pictured above, I can activate the entire print to PDF and Automator workflow with one simple keyboard shortcut.
Print to PDF Nirvana!

judismith:

Supercharge Your Paperless Print to PDF Workflow

I’ve taken a tip from David Sparks’ Paperless ebook on using an Automator Print Plugin workflow to rename a file and move it to a folder - in this case named “Action” - in the process of printing it to PDF. Super slick! Sparks named the workflow “Rename -> Action”. The resulting print plugin workflow resides in the drop down menu of the PDF button in the OS X Print dialog box.

The problem for me is that I don’t like having to use my mouse to access the print plugin from the menu - which is how one would access this print plugin. Here’s where the Keyboard Maestro workflow comes in. By using the recipe pictured above, I can activate the entire print to PDF and Automator workflow with one simple keyboard shortcut.

Print to PDF Nirvana!

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Zoom Read up on the idea of a Resource-based Economy

Read up on the idea of a Resource-based Economy

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