I am pretty sure I work with these guys.
...my thoughts and memories are unique only to me, and I carry a sense of my own destiny. Each of those things are just a small part of it. I collect information to use in my own way. All of that blends to create a mixture that forms me and gives rise to my conscience.
I feel confined, only free to expand myself within boundaries.
~Major Motoko Kusanagi~
Thank you technogirl!
I have posted an image and a index.html file under (domain) and it’s not finding the file. On the other sites I have with you, I’ve done the same exact thing, and they’ve all worked,
Furthermore, my email is not working for (mailbox name). My “MacMail” software says your server is “offline”. I’m a designer, not a programer, please help.”
In times like these, we could:
A) jump into action and check the setup that you did of the additional domain, make sure the apache entries are present, that you did in fact upload an image and an index file, and that you created the mailbox you’re attempting to check.
B) choose the easy route first, and check to see if the domain you’re using actually exists - then point out to you when we find it doesn’t that trying to check a nonexistent domain isn’t going to work out very well for you.
Of the two, which one do you suppose we went with in this instance, given that you’re a “designer” and not a “programer” (sic)?
Trust the amazing uber geeks at Nasa to be the ones to create it.
The MySpace Pic is, by my definition, a photo taken by you of yourself, sadly though most of these seem to occur in bathrooms incorporating the vanity mirror over the sink.
Well not this time!
One of the single biggest events of the year was the successful-if hair-raising touchdown of the Mars Science Laboratory, aka Curiosity, on the surface of the red planet. The most advanced piece of hardware ever to set foot wheel on another world, Curiosity is equipped with an array of cameras, geological tools, and even a high-powered laser to zap rocks and determine their composition. On Halloween, it used its Mars Hand Lens Imager to take 55 high-resolution pictures of itself, which were assembled to create this amazing self-portrait. The reason you can’t see the arm holding the camera is that it was essentially edited out of the final shot by careful selection of which pictures were used in the mosaic.