Katie has a procedure she follows when I give her a cookie. She'll pick up the cookie, then she walks around the house looking for the right ball (she has 15 tennis balls). When she finds the one she wants, she picks up the ball, too, and walks around with both in her mouth for a few minutes. She usually comes over and lets me check out what's going on. I pet her, tell her she's a lucky dog, check out the treats and ball, etc. Then she's satisfied and usually jumps up on my bed, drops them both and eats the cookie.
This is such a silly picture. She's got her right eye squinted. Do you think her tongue reaches up to her eye???
I received an e-mail from Julia Taylor at Digeus, Inc. asking if I'd be interested in reviewing a new product on my blog called SnapIt Screen Capture 3.7. She said if I do review the product, I will receive it free. It looked interesting so I thought, Why Not?
I have Windows 7 on my laptop, and one of the little gadgets that comes with it is a tool called Snipping Tool. I've used it from time to time, and it is a pretty cool little tool, but only comes with Windows 7. SnapIt does the same thing, but also works in Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, XP, 2000, 2003, Vista x32, x64 and Windows 7.
Our website at work is set up so that you can't do a copy/paste. Right now we're doing an update to the website, and I'm compiling the page changes to give to our web person, who is outsourced. I don't have Windows 7 at work, and since I can't do a copy/paste of a section of a page, I have to do a screen shot, paste it to another program, crop what I want, then save it as a new jpg. Then I can insert it in my document explaining what I want done. Pretty time consuming, since we have lots of pages and lots of changes. SnapIt would be a perfect program for me to use completing this task.