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  • kathleen
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    recombinant, (sp?) like DNA?

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  • Doug Nelson
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    Name change

    I'm thinking of renaming the manipulation challenge and references to photo manipulation to 'editing challenge' and 'photo editing'.

    Comments? Suggestions?

    Do they suggest different meanings?

    Is photo-collage 'editing'?

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