Busy Summer

July has been an incredibly busy month for me. I have a bunch of new sites in production, designed and waiting for production, and waiting for a new design not even ready for production yet.

I just posted two most recent site launches, one for a church in Memphis, TN, and one for a computer networking and support business owned by a friend who is also in Memphis.

On the fun side of living in Los Angeles, my roomate’s parents were in town last weekend and we all went to Universal Studios. Universal Studios is a lot of fun.

Fliq for Mac tip: print to your iPhone

This tip is taken from the Mark/Space Newsletter #81

Print to your iPhone with Fliq
Here’s a great way to use Fliq for the Mac and Fliq Docs to “print” a document to your iPhone for viewing on the go. This is especially useful for documents and files that the iPhone can’t normally display, such as iWork ’09 documents, RTFs, PhotoShop files, and Delicious Library lists. It’s easy to do.
First, set it up:
1) Create an alias of “Fliq” in your Applications folder
2) Rename it “Fliq PDF to iPhone”
3) Open the “Library” folder (in your home folder)
4) Open the “PDF Services” folder (in the Library folder)
5) Drag “Fliq PDF to iPhone” into the “PDF Services” folder
That’s it! You’re all set.
When you want to print to your iPhone:
1) Launch Fliq on your Mac and Fliq Docs on your iPhone.
2) From any application, choose “Print…”
3) In the print window, select “Fliq PDF to iPhone” from the “PDF” menu (pictured at right)
1-2-3… a PDF is sent to your iPhone into Fliq Docs! By the way, this is also a great way to print or Fliq files and documents to someone else’s iPhone.

Print to your iPhone with Fliq

Here’s a great way to use Fliq for the Mac and Fliq Docs to “print” a document to your iPhone for viewing on the go. This is especially useful for documents and files that the iPhone can’t normally display, such as iWork ’09 documents, RTFs, PhotoShop files, and Delicious Library lists. It’s easy to do.First, set it up:

1) Create an alias of “Fliq” in your Applications folder

2) Rename it “Fliq PDF to iPhone”

3) Open the “Library” folder (in your home folder)

4) Open the “PDF Services” folder (in the Library folder)

5) Drag “Fliq PDF to iPhone” into the “PDF Services” folder

That’s it! You’re all set.

When you want to print to your iPhone:

1) Launch Fliq on your Mac and Fliq Docs on your iPhone.

2) From any application, choose “Print…”

3) In the print window, select “Fliq PDF to iPhone” from the “PDF” menu (pictured at right)

1-2-3… a PDF is sent to your iPhone into Fliq Docs! By the way, this is also a great way to print or Fliq files and documents to someone else’s iPhone.

Menalto Gallery 2 – hide view count

When everything else is fairly configurable, why are some things so difficult?

Here is how to hide the view count on albums in Gallery 2 using the Matrix default template.

Edit /themes/matrix/templates/album.tpl

Replace this:

showViewCount=true

With this:

showViewCount=false