Just a quick note to say I have moved this blog onto my own website instead of wordpress.com, and it can now be found here:
Hope you find it ok :)
Another email worth a post:
Nagasaki 1945, after the atomic bomb
Nagasaki 2011, following earthquake and tsunami
Amazing isn’t it! What is that Arch made of!? All credit to whoever these images belong to.
Ok, well I was just checking out my old blog and I found this post I forgot to put online! Anyway, here it is:
I am a freelance graphic designer by trade, and this post is about a recent branding project I have done. The client was Amy Ortiz from the wonderful “Saje Photography” and she came to me looking for a logo to represent her business.
This is the final logo:
Ok, so logged into my mac this morning – it had a little heart-attack when starting up so I had to do a force restart. Starts up fine, but then the trash is acting up. Everytime I went to delete any file, it gave me a big warning of “Are you sure you want to delete that?” – Yes I am, so stop asking already. Little research, the wonders of mac technology have deleted my own trash and are making me access a mystery one for which I have no permissions.
So, how to fix? Real simple. (warning, doing this wrong could erase hard-drive, but hey!)
Open up terminal and then type one the following
If the affected account is admin, type: sudo rm -rf ~/.Trash
if the affected account is another user, type: sudo rm -rf /Users/user_name/.Trash
nb: replace user_name with the short version of the username! i.e Mine would be george (lowercase) as that’s what I called the account.
You’ll be asked for your admin password, and then once it’s done, log out and in again. The problem is solved!
Ok, so blogging sounds like an idea – so I’m just gonna start. Maybe use it as a way to store things I want to remember? Who knows.