Good question. I can’t think of any recent global events that would have made it a challenge for them to travel and shoot videos together.
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Yeah, I tried to signal boost channels currently under a million subscribers.
I’ve long been a fan of the flexibility the Kobo offers, including supported ebook file formats, and even the ability to install your own preferred fonts.
Yes! Sets with repetitive builds is something I try to avoid at all costs these days. Voltron was a neat model but four of the lions were more or less exactly the same thing and it got tedious after number two.
lol who in the civilized world would want to switch it to Fahrenheit???
Did not forget, but also didn’t know a single person who wanted to shoot to floppy disks or tiny rewritable CDs. They were neat tricks, but Compact Flash just seemed easier.
Nice! I shot the Red Bull Air Races in Detroit a few years later with my Nikon D70 and a stabilized 200mm lens. I don’t think I’ve ever snapped that many photos in a single day since.
Naw, there’s a reason they don’t say E Ink. “e-paper” is just a marketing term for the low-power LCD they used. How one defines “electronic paper” is certainly open to interpretation, but the Pebble never used the same screen technology the Kindles and Kobos do.
The Pebble didn’t actually use an E Ink display, just a low-power non-backlit LCD.
The dark woodgrain desk and the drawers full of disks and cartridges were a must. I still remember the name of our dot-matrix printer too: the Star NX-1000C with ‘C’ standing for color as it had an RGB ribbon at a time when color printers at home were unheard of.
Understood. But it won’t be on Reese’s wrappers, because all that goes straight in the trash.
This is accurate.
Ooh, Werther’s is an excellent suggestion. And I believe carrot sticks have more of a legal claim of being peanut butter than the filling of a Reese’s cup does.
Correction: Necco wafers aren’t the worst candy of all time, but the most depressing.
I believe Chicago’s approach to pizza disqualifies the city on having food opinions. I’m sorry for your loss.