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  • Doug Nelson
    I miss album covers
    by Doug Nelson
    Al's comment over in the "let's talk music" thread reminded me of how album covers are responsible for RetouchPRO existing.

    Not those little CD covers that you can't even see, but the big LP covers, especially those from the 70s. It was these covers that made me, as a pre-teen,...
    04-28-2002, 12:42 PM
  • CJ Swartz
    Music from the '60's --The 3D's Poetry Album
    by CJ Swartz
    Any of you folks listen to folk music in the 1960's? If so, do you remember a unique album which added music to well known poetry -- New Dimensions in Folk Songs. The writers/artists were the 3D's (now listed as the Original 3D's since there's a current group with the name, I guess).

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    10-03-2005, 07:55 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    Moulin Rouge
    by Doug Nelson
    God, what a mess.

    In junior highschool we had this guy, Tod, who would mix his lunch all together. Gravy, peas, pudding, soda, whatever, and eat the whole thing with a spoon. "What's the difference, it all goes to the same place"

    Moulin Rouge tries to be hip by...
    05-11-2002, 06:36 AM
  • thomasgeorge
    Avoid Feltpens on CD's
    by thomasgeorge
    I just read an interesting little blurb concerning digital archiving from, I believe it was the Rochester Institute of Technology, and there was mention made to avoid marking on CD's with regular felt pens as the solvents etc. in them can attack the CD coating, migrate to the data surface over time...
    12-22-2001, 02:52 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    Knoppix linux
    by Doug Nelson
    For any bi-OS curious folk out there, I just downloaded the ISO image for Knoppix Linux and burned it to CD (it's ok, that's what they want you to do, it's free and distributed as an ISO). You boot directly off the CD, run off the CD, everything is all there, even apps. No installation of any sort....
    07-28-2004, 11:20 PM
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