September 2nd, 2003

Ceci n'est pas une personne.

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I've been printing and framing my pictures. And at first glance, the output is good. But when you look closer,oyu see small lines going across the print, like the print head is slightly overlapping it's previous pass. This makes me feel that output from this printer is not photo quality, and is not sellable. Does antone know of some sort of calibration software to fix this. Or have you had experience going to Kinko's or other printing services? If so, how expensive was it, and how good was the quality?
Ceci n'est pas une personne.

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rivv discovers the Logic of the Future!!

I've found the best system of proof ever. I call it 'Proof by Google.'

For example, in an argument about whether or not animated GIFs suck, you do the following:
1) Google for "Animated GIFs suck" and the opposiing view "Animated GIFs rule".
2) Whichever has the higher number of matches wins.

For above argument, sucks wins 219 to 24. :P.

Hmmm... Let's test this system.

Adameros is a...Total
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The system must be flawed. Yeah, that's it. Flawed.