PC Magazine Online has posted an excellent guide to using digital camera features to take great photographs that go beyond point-and-click.
Archive for September, 2004
Follow this link, courtesy of Christine Bennett, and you will see what can be done with a My Little Pony.
From this article at Reuters: The new platforms are expected to offset what Florin [Gerhard Florin, Electronic Arts’ head of European publishing] sees as a disappointing early start for online gaming. The prospect of amassing a core of gamers who pay a monthly subscription to battle other global combatants on the Internet has yet to […]
They’re unretouched, they’re great examples of how difficult it is to get six people to look good at the same instant of time, and they’re here, at the Wilcox Family Photo page.
I am sorry to learn that Connie Nordahl passed on (as she would have said), on Sunday, September 5, 2004. Connie was the original owner of WordSmith, a transcription and typesetting service in South Weymouth, Massachusetts; as such, she was my first boss in Desktop Publishing. (Eventually, I bought out most of the business, which […]
Fahrenheit 9/11 Does Not Even Deserve the Dubious-Yet-Ubiquitous Description “Based on a True Story”Posted: 9th September 2004 by LegoDoug in Movies, Politics
See this article at Slate for an unusually detailed (for a Web article) look at the highly controversial leftist propaganda piece. Here is an excerpt: To describe this film as dishonest and demagogic would almost be to promote those terms to the level of respectability. To describe this film as a piece of crap would […]
Yesterday the slowpokes widening Route 3 announced the first section to have all three lanes (and two shoulders) opened, which was Route 3 northbound, between Drum Hill (Route 4) and the New Hampshire border. I was very pleased, as I usually go home by driving up to Drum Hill through Chelmsford side roads to get […]