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Old Feb 15, 2004, 11:53 AM   #11
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Now the problem is finding the notebook beneath the heaps that grow on the desk.
Oh, I know that problem all too well.
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Old Feb 15, 2004, 11:10 PM   #12
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Forget the notes, I can't read my own writing anyway I think that ability was killed by too many decades of using keyboards
Although I keep making little notepad files all over the harddrive that I can't locate later, or dechipper the cryptic names I've given them .

Just use that photoshop cs for photographers book. It is amazingly amazing
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Just use that photoshop cs for photographers book. It is amazingly amazing
The combination of that and Eismann's "Photoshop, Restoration & Retouching," has become my guiding guru.

As for memory problems, Peter, apparently it's not just us older folk with them. Yesterday, I suggested to my son that he have his clothes made of the loop side of Velcro, then attach the hook side to his books, cell phone, guitar picks, electric bill, etc.
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right back to the too much stuff problem
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Old Feb 16, 2004, 8:58 AM   #15
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George Carlin did a routine all about "stuff." Ever see him do it or hear a recording of it?
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Yes, remember him doing it.
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Old Feb 17, 2004, 11:58 AM   #17
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Peter:

I like photgraphs that set a mood and tell a story or allow the viewer to think about the image. The church shot has mood. It gives a sense of hope and brightness in a dark, uncertain world.

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