June 15, 2007
Ron Crews Shotgun
Goodbye Ron Crews.
Don't let the door hit your ass on the way out.
Web Annotation And Markup - Tools And Services: A
Mini-Guide - Robin Good's Latest News
Some sites that will help you mark up web pages and add collaborative
Airbrush A Person - Tutorial Dash
Learn how to turn portraits inot those fakey-human images that everyone
expects to see.
Heartbreaking satellite images of what's going on in Darfur.
YouTube - Salvador Dali on "What's My
10 minute clip of blindfolded people trying to guess that they've got
Salvador Dali in the studio with them. And then Dali melts the podium and flies
away on crutches.
Toys: Producers of fine toys and amusements for your digital photographs
Among other things, you can use this to make quick lolcats.
Happy fun time!
Don't forget the
Twitter feed. -- and those of my friends.
Posted by James at June 15, 2007 8:08 AM
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Thanks for the airbrush tutorial... that's something I can use. Unfortunately its for a version of PhotoShop I don't have (I have no "heal" brush), but I think I can adapt it to my older version (Pshop 6).
Thanks for the "What's My Line" clip. I loved that show, though considering it went off the air the year I was born, I must have been watching reruns.
Also a good show: "To Tell the Truth." Peggy Cass!
I loved the old To Tell the Truth. There was a revival a few years back, with John O'Hurley as host, but it wasn't as good. Paula Poundstone was one of the regular panelists. (This was shortly before she got in trouble for drinking too much.) Kitty Carlisle was on their very first episode, I believe. You could tell that she had done it before, because she was the only one who asked smart questions. :)
That was me. (I forgot, I told my browser to toss its cookies because I don't want any personal info on here after I leave).
I'll bet it was frustrating to be on a panel of people who were probably more interested in making stupid jokes than asking useful questions.
Which brings me to my next point: Match Game.
Just began watching the best of. Very funny!