Just under 5 days left until the Australian Grand Prix.
All the drywall on the ceiling is hung, only took us another 4 hours or so. When you are putting up whole 12′ sheets without cutting them, it goes much faster.
Now Dad needs to insulate the walls and find someplace to get 8′x54″ 1/2″ drywall so we only have one seam on the walls.
If you’ve ever had the need to print a mirror image of a document (ie, text to put on a teleprompter), you know there’s no easy option in Microsoft Word to do it for you. And you’ve searched the web to find that the only choice is some rare versions of the HP DeskJet drivers that have “Mirrored Output” options. Don’t be fooled, there is another way!
If you’ve got an HP LaserJet, go download the PostScript driver for it. Install them. Then, we you go to print, in Printer Properties, Click the Advanced button. Expand the PostScript Options section and set Mirrorer Output to Yes. I’ve done this with both a 4100 and an 8150, so it’s probably fairly common among the newer LaserJets.
You are probably asking yourself how, or even why, I figured this out. Well, one of the people around here does video production and bought a low tech teleprompter set up last year. Of course, I write down how to do this, so I spent 45 minutes this afternoon figuring it out.
Too bad there aren’t more pictures and/or video of the Silverstone testing, I bet 1000 horsepower cars on a snow covered track is pretty funny.
Like the rest of lazy, couch potato America, I’m addicted to watching the dysfunctional family that is the Teutels. But, this Lincoln pickup truck bike episode is driving me nuts. They keep saying that this Lincoln Mark LT is the first pickup from Lincoln. I guess Lincoln really wants to forget about the overpriced bomb that was the Blackwood.