Posted by infinitygoods on March 19, 2008
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Wishing you all
Peaceful Holy Week
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Posted by infinitygoods on February 19, 2008
Rangefinder and After Capture are two photography magazines which are distributed free to photographers, artists, or anyone who routinely publishes photographs such as for a photography blog or a blog which makes heavy use of photography. All you have to do is follow the links and fill out the short forms where you’ll find details to see if you qualify. There is no catch. The magazines are paid for by the advertisers. There are no more than the average number in any magazine which makes you wonder why all magazines are not free if these magazines are able to do it. You will not be added to a zillion mailing lists. I have been receiving these magazines for a couple years and have only received one annual photography catalog in addition to the magazines, no other unsolicited mail.
The magazines are both of above average quality and full-color. To get a feel for them check their websites. They cover all sorts of photography such as sports, wedding, portrait, commercial, and fine art. As I do photography and art, these magazines work for me for inspiration , education, and entertainment. They are great magazines and you can’t beat free!
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Posted by infinitygoods on February 1, 2008
I’m a huge fan of “The Prisoner,” a British tele series from the late 1960s which I watched when I was a toddler. I was probably too young for that matter, as it has marked me for life. “I am not a number!” was a favorite quote of mine throughout childhood and I still use it from time to time. It came to mind as I was reading all the numbers I have been assigned by a spam e-mail which wormed its way out of the bulk mail filters and into my inbox. The nerve of these spam e-mails, really!
I have been assigned a reference number, a ticket number, a lucky number (oooh, lucky me!) and a serial number. There’s also an international number to call! But I don’t think I’ll be calling it. They want INFORMATION! INFORMATION! But who is their Number 1? That would be telling! Who is Number 2?
I AM NOT A NUMBER! I am a free woman! I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, NUMBERED OR SPAMMED!
Here’s the series introduction:
When the prisoner wakes up, he finds himself in The Village.
Here’s The Village and its architectural history as documented by “The Antiques Road Show”:
If you’re interested in the DVD boxed set of the complete 17-episode series, it’s available here.
Be seeing you! 😉
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