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^REALLY big picture alert.
     
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Yeah, if you're still using a Hayes Smartmodem at 300 baud.
     
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Originally Posted by ctt1wbw View Post
Yeah, if you're still using a Hayes Smartmodem at 300 baud.
I'm not sure what an internet connection has to do with a picture that's far too wide per forum rules.
     
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Originally Posted by Laminar View Post
I'm not sure what an internet connection has to do with a picture that's far too wide per forum rules.
In case you missed it: The title of this thread specifies that it's a picture thread.

You might want to review those forum rules…
     
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Lamy is just bitter that I use a certain type of camera. He'll get over it sooner or later.
     
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If you're still on dial-up, you probably shouldn't be in picture threads in the first place.
     
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Originally Posted by Jasoco View Post
If you're still on dial-up, you probably shouldn't be in picture threads in the first place.





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Click to embiggen and see all the neat stuff.
     
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Source ... very nice. What do you do?
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Thanks Driven.

I'm one of the directors of Positive Hype. We're pretty much the bitches of the top twenty London new media agencies - they get us in to work for their biggest clients and we sign ridiculous NDAs saying we can't post the work on our site or talk about it and then we watch them go and win awards for the work and take all the credit. It's awesome! [/sarcasm] But hey, the pay is... acceptable.
     
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Thanks Driven.

I'm one of the directors of Positive Hype. We're pretty much the bitches of the top twenty London new media agencies - they get us in to work for their biggest clients and we sign ridiculous NDAs saying we can't post the work on our site or talk about it and then we watch them go and win awards for the work and take all the credit. It's awesome! [/sarcasm] But hey, the pay is... acceptable.
You know ... there still has to be a lot of personal pride from seeing your work be successful, even if your name isn't on it. I can think of worse things in life.

Anyway: Congrats on the great work, and the nice equipment to do it on. :-)
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You know ... there still has to be a lot of personal pride from seeing your work be successful, even if your name isn't on it. I can think of worse things in life.

Anyway: Congrats on the great work, and the nice equipment to do it on. :-)
You are 100% right, but it does make it harder for us to expand our company when we can't show the work on our site. We want these brands to come to us directly because right now the agencies we work for take a huge cut from the budget, which is fine! It's their client after all. But that budget would otherwise simply give us more time to work on the projects and make them even better!

But ah well. We've got a few of our own clients and we'll grow slowly. Probably the best way anyway.

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I'm sad because my MacBook is starting to develop the crack again. I had the topcase replaced last June on the last day of my warranty. Then a few months ago I noticed the crack on the left appearing again.. This time I put a piece of tape over the edge to keep it from breaking off which will hold it over until I replace it next year with a new Aluminum MacBook Pro 13".

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Originally Posted by Laminar View Post
I'm not sure what an internet connection has to do with a picture that's far too wide per forum rules.
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In case you missed it: The title of this thread specifies that it's a picture thread.

You might want to review those forum rules…
He's right. Just because it's a picture thread does not mean that users are welcome to post multi-gigabyte pictures. We still want pictures to NOT take forever to download. There are two pictures that the forum shrunk to 39% of their original size on Page 79, and that's way too big, because the whole picture still has to download before the forum can shrink it.

Those are some really interesting setups, folks. My MBP is never sitting in the same place long enough to call it a "setup," though. It's on a table at a Starbucks, on my dinner table, on my lap somewhere, etc... The only oddity I have with it is that I have a Targus "X" stand to put the keyboard at a more comfortable angle and provide a little space for air flow around it. No pictures right now, but that can change...

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Very nice. What country are you in?
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Atm in Brunei, South East Asia. Freakin Small country really. Doubt anyone heard of it
I have heard of Brunei. It's a dry country, isn't it? (I have not yet visited)
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How big is that display? 24"?
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Umm I don't think this thread is for posting bunches of pictures of merchandise in a store you work in.
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How big is that display? 24"?
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Umm I don't think this thread is for posting bunches of pictures of merchandise in a store you work in.
ah sorry bout that. noted.
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Image too big.
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This image is way too big. -CW
I finally get to see that air that you love. :-)
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He's right. Just because it's a picture thread does not mean that users are welcome to post multi-gigabyte pictures. We still want pictures to NOT take forever to download. There are two pictures that the forum shrunk to 39% of their original size on Page 79, and that's way too big, because the whole picture still has to download before the forum can shrink it.
Once more, with feeling. Let's keep the pics in line with forum rules.
     
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Hey now, I like hearing that things are too big. That's why I dig chicks with small hands.
     
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I finally get to see that air that you love. :-)
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Once more, with feeling. Let's keep the pics in line with forum rules.
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Sorry, didn't know I had my Canon Powershot on huge setting.
Well, it WAS a Power-Shot .... get it, Power + shot ?

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I finally got around to cleaning up my desk a little after getting a new 15" MBP and Cinema display

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