|2011-11-04 11:49:02||A Users Guide To Importing Graphics and Images Into Blog Posts and Rebuttals|
A Users Guide To Importing Graphics and Images Into Blog Posts and Rebuttals
We've all been there. Writing out first blog post or rebuttal. We've managed to hack out some prose that perhaps someone somewhere can parse. On a good day it almost reads like Engrish. But it's missing a certain... je ne sais quoi.
What to do...How about spiffing it up with some graphics or images? Gee, that's fine to say but how to do it, there's the rub.
Enter a nifty little piece of freeware called MWSnap. Suffice to say, if you need a screen grab, this baby will be your best friend. Let's suppose you're perusing a copy of Hansen's latest presentation, Drawing a Line in the Tar Sands: Why Stopping the Pipeline is Vital to the Future of Our Children & Our Planet, and wanted to grab a copy of the timeline available on slide 21. MWSnap to the rescue! A quick screengrab, save it to your hard drive, upload it to SkS & then import it here, thusly:
What? Slow down you say? Ok, here goes: