Saturday, November 3, 2007

Thinking at the DIA

The DIA is about to open again. YAY! That's the Detroit institute of Arts.

I posted this picture 5 times before it actually posted. Yesterday's pictures never posted, I will try to repost them tomorrow.

This is an archival picture because I was frustrated trying to post the others. I'm starting to hate blogging.

It's hard enough to find time to do it, but when you have to do it 5-6 times to get it to work, that's insane. Detroit daily may be disappearing, unless the blogger straightens out.

It's not my computer, because I tried from BOTH computers. And they are very different.

Photo by Gail Slaughter.

10 comments:

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Very frustrating, yes... Are you using the same browser on both computers? What browser do you use?

R&R in The Netherlands said...

I have the same problem. Sometimes the pictures upload no problem, sometimes not.

Regardless, nice pic. The Thinker is an icon. Hopefully the redone DIA will have been worth the wait.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I use Firefox. On both computers. One uses windows 2000, the other XP.

I'll have days where everything works fine and days where nothing will work at all.

Thanks, R&R! :-D

• Eliane • said...

Well, this picture just popped on the portal. Love it. Always fun.

My advise (but I am after all very biaised): buy a Mac!!! :) Blogging is a hobby, which means it should be FUN!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much Elaine. I am thinking about buying a Mac but I hear such horror stories about how hard the are to use etc and I'm a little bit scared.

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great shot even if it is from the archives. I like how you have a bit of winter in the shot (the snow melting at the base near your feet).

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BerryBird said...

I like this picture, you guys look like you're having a hoot.

Lynette said...

I would HATE to see Detroit Daily disappear. Have you tried putting your photos into Flickr first? It takes time, but so far since I started using it--knock on wood--I have not had any troulbe with posting those photos. BTW, I use an iBook and Safari. At my job here and the one in Mississippi, I used PCs extensively and never had much trouble at all with using a Mac at home, once I got used to it. I'd never even consider having a PC at home, in fact. I used the Mac all of the time when I wrote for the Jackson Free Press, but I didn't blog in Mississippi.

Anyway, I love this photo of the folks imitating art!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much North Bay, BerryBird and Lynette! :-D

The folks is us, Biker Buddy and me.

We were having fun. We almost always have fun, especially with Gail. But also with each other.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I don't really remember, but it must have been fairly warm, Craig, if we were in our shirtsleeves. Snow for sure, though!