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- 1 cup of flour
- 1 cup of milk
- 1 egg
- 1 pinch of salt
Cinnamon Sugar Mixture Recipe:
- 1 part cinnamon (or less)
- 8 parts sugar
The function looks like
=EXACT(A1,D1)and its purpose is to tell you if
A1contains the exact same value as
The pocket knife Shane talks about is the Number 6 knife made by the French company Opinel, It costs about $20 (Canadian). This version has a walnut handle.
3 Guys 3 Questions
Humour. Three guys take turns asking a question, which they each answer in turn.
A Klingon Word from the Word
Christianity, Sci-Fi. A Bible verse is read in Klingon, then in English.
Technology. Always a guest from the tech field or the maker community.
History. Little-known stories from the past.
Ken and Robin Talk about Stuff
Gaming. Two RPG designers talk to each other about game design and how to use current events in games.
The Goodstuff Morning Show
Humour. Not every morning, and sometimes they even record at night! Two brothers having wacky fun.
This is the graphic that I used to learn how to feed the wires correctly into the plastic end piece in the right order:
Here are the three Gnome 3 extensions I am enjoying:
- Clipboard indicator at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/779/clipboard-indicator/
- Dynamic top bar at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/885/dynamic-top-bar/
- Removable drive menu at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/7/removable-drive-menu/
A computer instructor explains why there is a flashlight, a flash drive, a set of picture dice, a small notebook, and a cell phone in his bag.
Here is the list I check when I am looking for something to do with my toddler. Note that these are good indoor activities.
[ ] Milk and TV [ ] Duplo [ ] Dollhouse [ ] Meal preparation [ ] Mixing bowl [ ] Crafts or painting [ ] Sink time [ ] Chasing and tickling [ ] Reading [ ] Cat videos [ ] Container of similar things
Shane Shennan explains why he makes greeting cards out of pieces of cardboard boxes. He lists the supplies he uses and talks through his 3-step process.
Here is a list of the skills I teach new computer users:A) Hardware: 1) Monitor and Tower ---Turning on the computer 2) Keyboard and Mouse ---Learning when to use the right mouse button, left button, and scroll wheel ---Seeing non-alphabetic keys 3) Printers and other Peripherals ---Understating the usefulness of printers, scanners, flash drives, etc. B) Operating System: 1) Icons on the Desktop ---Moving, adding, and removing icons 2) Opening Applications ---Using the Start Menu to find applications 3) Managing and Resizing Windows ---Using the window controls to maximize, minimize, restore up, and close windows C) File Management: 1) Creating a New Folder and Subfolders 2) Selecting Specific Files ---Single-click method ---Ctrl method ---Shift method ---Drawing-box-around-files method ---Ctrl + A method 3) Moving Files ---Drag & Drop ---Copy & Paste D) Text Entry: 1) Using a simple notepad ---Entering and Saving Text ---Using the File Menu 2) Using a Word Processor ---Formatting text ---Using toolbars