I'd like to order a few (three or four?) small posters online. What's the best place to do so? 18 x 24" or so. Five 18 x 24" color posters (mounted to foam boards) from the FedEx/Kinko's is $179.
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Does anyone know of a relatively easy way to watermark a multi-page PDF via PHP at the time of download? I'll do my usual research, but if anyone knows of a quick way that works, I'd love to hear it.
That is all. The bulk of our day was spent watching some guy who shouts "Live action!" every four minutes.
I only see loser's here. I award 72 :doh:s to LongHorn Steakhouse.
The traction drive spring for the Husqvarna 10530 SBE is part #532180926.
I heard this trivia question while on hold: What King became President of the United States of America? Gerald Ford, who was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr. before being semi-adopted and changing his name on December 3, 1935.
2012's Worst Words - I'm so glad I didn't hear of many of them. 2012's Top Tech Fails. Spoiler: Apple's Maps wins. Meh, whatever. I've never had a problem with them. I'd have voted for how freaking useless and slow Siri turned out to be. Artisanal Water - Yeah, people apparently buy it. Gun nuts […]
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I'm a few days late on that, but I wanted to read and then link to this story about Larry Hagman from Mark Evanier. I will admit to watching the new Dallas, mostly in the background while I did work, and to having been a little too young to really get into it when I […]
The full article is here and worth a read. I remember spending hours making some levels in some first-person shooter games. This looks more fun.
I wrote quickly about this before, but Mark Jaquith has another take on how to fix the electoral college. In short, he finds it obnoxious (as I do) that many states and worse the biggest population centers and entire regions are overlooked because they're not swing states, and people know how that state will vote. […]
"Believe those who are seeking the truth. Doubt those who find it." - André Gide
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