This won’t be news for many of you, and I’ve known about it for some time. However, I received a question about this so I thought it was time to dive in a bit deeper.
Multiple users can edit Word docs, Excel spreadsheets, etc. They both need to access the document through the Dropbox website, though. And they’ll be editing via the Microsoft Office online tool. If you haven’t already, you’ll need to link Dropbox and Office Online.
To re-link a Dropbox account to an Office Mobile app:
- Open the Office Mobile app.
- Tap the folder icon.
- Tap Add a place.
- Tap Dropbox.
- Tap Allow next to the Dropbox account listed (if you’re already signed in to the Dropbox app). Or, to link a new Dropbox account, tap Use a different account.
Yesterday I spent a little time walking right along Colby. I was struck by the large number of vacant store front spaces. Which surprises me, since retail space in the region is in high-demand. I guess we can see the upper bound of that.
Perhaps Everett is considered too far from Seattle. I find that interesting as it’s only 35 miles, 44 miles to Seatac airport.
There’s a great arts community up here, with the Everett Philharmonic, the Village Theatre and the Schack Arts Center, just to name a few.
Plenty of businesses occupy the larger buildings, banks, escrow companies, the offices for Snohomish County, and, of course, the City of Everett’s offices.
The city has an amazing amount of potential. I hope that the business community realizes it and helps Everett grow…and grow the right way.
Maybe that can Everett’s call to glory: smart and compassionate growth! Just a thought.
Discovered this over at Pinterest. I found it quite apropos with the current climate of society.
May we all embrace a little class, calmness and dignity.
On May 18th, 1980, I was in Lynnwood, just north of Seattle. I remember being in my garage, probably cleaning up my stuff after delivering papers when I heard a rumble. Caught my attention, but with Boeing’s Paine Field facility and such a few short miles away, I attributed it to that.
When I went inside, I saw this on the tv:
The coverage was really interesting to me. Volcanoes have fascinated me ever since.
This lahar has always amazed me:
And check out the ash cloud from space:
A monumental event that really changed the region. I’ll write more about that soon.
Ok, two things caught my eye over the past few days.
Number 1: Over at BestBuy, the “Kwikset – Kevo Touch-to-Open Bluetooth Key and Electronic Smart Door Lock”
Being able to open my door via Bluetooth sounds so freakin’ cool! But $230 is a bit steep for this geek delight.
And number 2: The Rocket Wave Notebook
A reusable notebook! We write to our heart’s content, use the app to upload the creations to the cloud (Evernote, Dropbox, Google Docs…amongst many others), when the notebook is full, pop it in the microwave for a few moments and, presto, back to square one. One does need to write with their special pen, but otherwise, pretty much behaves like a standard, spiral bound notebook.
For less than $30, I’ll give it a try. I know it’s carried by OfficeDepot, not sure where else, if anywhere.
Learn more about it here.
I delight in finding these weird little doodads. Found anything you love? Let me know in the comments below!
The most recent update from the Edge of Humanity, this one features many haunting images of this forgotten and neglected space.
I’ve always been fascinated by places like this, that people simply forgot. This home (I believe they both lived and worked out of this space) still has a Steinway!
How do such things slip from our consciousness? To the point of destruction by neglect.
That would be interesting to explore.
This is fascinating and worth reading.
Spent the evening with my folks celebrating Mothers Day. I love that I’m physically close to them, so can keep an emotional closeness. Though, at times, it’s surreal to be back in Lynnwood, within sight of the home I grew up in.
Many, many memories can and went. Stories told with my son, developing the generational connections. So much of my life took place right here, within a short drive of my folks’ home. So many transformative memories flowed through my mind today.
Most of the day I slept. Fighting some kind of virus, wakefulness was elusive.
Yesterday we went to the Reptile Expo at the Monroe Fairgrounds. Then down to the old Woodway highschool for the Edmonds Heights production of Addams Family. The reptile expo was cool, opening my eyes more to herpetological fans, and what they see in their fine scaled friends. And I thought the kids were wonderful.
Now I’m on my couch listening to St. Mark’s compline service on KING FM. So many rich memories here. I was a member at the cathedral for many years. I’ve so many memories of the halls there. And many evenings, sitting in the darkened gnave. Surrounded by this microcosm of Seattle. Wealthy socialites, broke college students, street kids, the roughest-edged folks, all crammed into the cathedral every Sunday evening.
The tranquility I’ve felt there has rarely been equalled. Someday I need to take my son down and introduce him to this ancient worship style. It holds deep meaningfor me.
Why is it so easy to fall into the negative?
To immediately assume the worst in others
Gossiping and slander
Embracing rage’s false power
Robbing our future, that one does
How do we build community?
When see our neighbor
As invoked evil
In this silent home
Dreams start creeping into view
Then they consume me
Several years ago Monica Guzman, then with the Seattle PI’s Big Blog, started hosting Big Blog meet ups. I stumbled upon one my posts from one, pinged the folks in the picture, and the discussion shifted to having a re-union.
So, we’ve launched the discussion. Part of the purpose for this post is to have the discussion in a single space, and not fill up our Twitter feeds.
Anyway, please comment below with ideas, suggestions, interests. Also, check back often. I’ll update this as it progresses.