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Some time ago I learned when Google Drive syncs the Doc and Sheet files to your local drive, it doesn't actually save the whole document. It just saves a pointer file. I was really disappointed in this. It really knocked Google Docs down a peg in my thinking. That's why I've been thinking about moving to all local instead of cloud to write instead.

Moving a bunch of my podcast work files out of Google Drive and into Dropbox.

I haven't decided yet if I'll stop writing the podcast scripts in Google Docs. I'm toying with the idea of just moving to LibreOffice and work locally and save to Dropbox.

All the show notes I use Markdown Pad. So that part of my workflow won't change.

I wonder what the limit is on ibuprofen?

"The maximum amount of ibuprofen for adults is 800 milligrams per dose or 3200 mg per day"

Okay. I'm only 600 mg for the day.

Hope everyone is having a good weekend. Taking the day off to recuperate. It was such a nice day yesterday I had to take advantage and work out in the yard. Probably not the smartest thing after a long week attempting to get use to a standing workstation again. Legs are nice and sore. Fun.

Yoga at Your Desk

> Yoga at your desk is perfect for anybody who spends much time working at a computer or in a cubicle. This sequence is ideal for those who want to sneak in a quick yoga break or for those who are in healing and want to practice a little bit of opening with the support of a chair.

'We have no plans to pay the ransom': Broken Arrow schools affected by ransomware attack, officials say:

The football regular season begins in about a month. How do you think your school will do this year?
Let us know at the Oklahoma High School Sport Forum:

don't forget this weekend is the Sales Tax Holiday for clothing and shoes. Get that back to school shopping in.


If you would rather use the Tweetdeck like multi-column view instead of the single column view

Edit profile > Preferences > Appearance > check Enable advanced web interface.

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Generalistic and moderated instance.