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Set up the Share Extension for Tumblr’s Mac OS X Yosemite App:

  1. When you first launch Tumblr’s Mac OS X Yosemite app, Tumblr offers a helpful tip to activate the share extension for your Mac. If you missed it, click the Help button in the app’s gray title bar on the upper right.

  2. Within the tip window, click the Share button on the lower left to reveal a drop-down menu.

  3. From the drop-down menu, select “More…”.

  4. The Extensions window opens. In the Share Menu pane, find Tumblr and click its checkbox.

  5. Drag Tumblr up higher in the sharing list. Please don’t let Facebook outrank Tumblr on your Share Menu.

  6. Close the Extensions window.

  7. Using the Mac’s Finder, open a window and select a file, such as a JPEG image. Click the Share button in the window’s toolbar then pick Tumblr from the menu.

  8. The share extension prompts you to login. Enter your email and password for Tumblr. A composing window appears. Post to Tumblr. If you ever want to logout of the Tumblr Mac share extension, go to the Tumblr app. From the Tumblr menu, select “Log Out of Share Extension.”
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mitchwagner:

Islam isn’t the problem. Saudi Arabia is the problem> The closer a country is to the warped influence of Saudi Arabia, the more violent and illiberal it is. Go west to Tunisia and Morocco and Islam becomes more moderate. Go north to Turkey and it becomes more moderate. Go east to India and Indonesia and it becomes more moderate.> Obviously this is hardly a perfect correlation. If you want to find exceptions, you can. But generally speaking, Saudi Arabia is the epicenter of Islam’s problems, a country that stands for virtually everything that the liberal West condemns. It is almost feudally anti-democratic. It is corrupt. It is theocratic. It treats women and gays horribly. Its legal system is barbarous. It is intolerant of any religion other than its own fundamentalist strain of Wahabi Islam. It is no coincidence that 15 of the 19 terrorists who attacked us on 9/11 came from Saudi Arabia and the rest came from nearby countries. Saudi Arabia is a country that, by rights, should be shunned by every government on the planet.

mitchwagner:

Islam isn’t the problem. Saudi Arabia is the problem

> The closer a country is to the warped influence of Saudi Arabia, the more violent and illiberal it is. Go west to Tunisia and Morocco and Islam becomes more moderate. Go north to Turkey and it becomes more moderate. Go east to India and Indonesia and it becomes more moderate.

> Obviously this is hardly a perfect correlation. If you want to find exceptions, you can. But generally speaking, Saudi Arabia is the epicenter of Islam’s problems, a country that stands for virtually everything that the liberal West condemns. It is almost feudally anti-democratic. It is corrupt. It is theocratic. It treats women and gays horribly. Its legal system is barbarous. It is intolerant of any religion other than its own fundamentalist strain of Wahabi Islam. It is no coincidence that 15 of the 19 terrorists who attacked us on 9/11 came from Saudi Arabia and the rest came from nearby countries. Saudi Arabia is a country that, by rights, should be shunned by every government on the planet.

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Use Tumblr’s Sign up Page for Login:Like the web login, Tumblr’s new desktop app for Mac OS X Yosemite defaults to the sign up page if you have logged out. Sure, you can click the login button on the lower left, but why not save a step? Use the sign up page for your Tumblr login.
From the sign up form, enter your email and password. (Note that the Yosemite desktop app for Tumblr does not allow copy/paste for login.) Skip the username. Click the sign up button to log into Tumblr. This shortcut also works on the web login but not the iOS 8 mobile apps.

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Use Tumblr’s Sign up Page for Login:
Like the web login, Tumblr’s new desktop app for Mac OS X Yosemite defaults to the sign up page if you have logged out. Sure, you can click the login button on the lower left, but why not save a step? Use the sign up page for your Tumblr login.

From the sign up form, enter your email and password. (Note that the Yosemite desktop app for Tumblr does not allow copy/paste for login.) Skip the username. Click the sign up button to log into Tumblr. This shortcut also works on the web login but not the iOS 8 mobile apps.