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  • Doug Nelson
    the Gift
    by Doug Nelson
    This was mentioned in another thread, and has been on my mind for years so I thought I'd toss it out here for discussion.

    I do ok with Photoshop, but I've tried for decades to make non-computer work I'd be proud of. I've been into photography since the early 70s, and even have a minor...
    02-06-2002, 01:47 PM
  • DJ Dubovsky
    Too much media coverage since 9-11?
    by DJ Dubovsky
    Just curious, but since the disaster of September 11, has all the media coverage helped you be more informed or is it giving you too much news and scaring the heck out of you? I know I am still eager to know what's going on but sometimes there is so much news going on that it gets a bit over whelming....
    10-15-2001, 11:59 AM
  • pixelzombie
    backing up cheetah RIP
    by pixelzombie
    I have discovered that our IT department doesn't back up our RIP servers which is a train wreck just waiting to happen..i know on the mac i can archive the preferences, the associated queue folders and the application and that would be enough to get me going in the event of a hard drive crash..i don't...
    05-29-2008, 08:58 PM
  • Ed_L
    Tips for the dark side of life
    by Ed_L
    I'm posting this in hopes it might help someone. It will soon be 6 years since we lost one of our sons. We had him buried in what we think is the nicest cemetery in our area. This thread is not about him or us. It's about something you should consider concerning big business and death. Here is my experience...
    08-07-2004, 06:20 PM
  • roger_ele
    Modular Learning Idea
    by roger_ele
    I have an idea - I learn the best when I can understand how each step in a technique is working, this also makes it possible to modify techniques to adapt to different solutions.

    I have noticed that most retouching techniques are made up of groups of steps (a function), each function...
    11-08-2002, 04:41 PM