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    The list: http://www.beloit.edu/mindset/

    The list: http://www.beloit.edu/mindset/
  2. Science It's over 900 pages of studies, have fun, and it...

    It's over 900 pages of studies, have fun, and it took only a simple google search to find it.

    Here is Ericsson's book on Amazon.com and on Google books.
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    The Complete National Geographic...

    The Complete National Geographic archive could also be useful for lazy people (and everybody else).

    That's 121 years of stuff (1,400 issues, 200,000 photos, and 8,000 articles)

    It's a 6-DVD-ROM...
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    Virb (http://virb.com/) kinda relaunched this...

    Virb kinda relaunched this month.

    Once upon a time they were a social network but didn't get all facebook famous. Then Mediatemple bought them and now they seem to have changed their plan towards...
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    If you don't care about the balance the figure...

    If you don't care about the balance the figure can end up looking like it is floating in space. Think of it as indicators on how and what happens when movement and gravity interact. It's a useful...
  6. It seems to me that the point was not to imply...

    It seems to me that the point was not to imply that professional illustrators do not love their work but that in this persons case art is done purely for the love of it because with all the other...
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    My first guess would be more RAM. A4 @ 300 DPI...

    My first guess would be more RAM.

    A4 @ 300 DPI (~ 2480 X 3508 pixels)

    size 200 brush, and how many layers?

    Of course it depends on which Windows you have.Your 3 gig max limit seems to hint...
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    Copyleft: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyleft)...

    Copyleft:


    You could release some of your work with a creative commons (CC) license attached so that people can easily see what they can do with it. You can create a personalised CC license here....
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    Like this world wide web dorkout someone created...

    Like this world wide web dorkout someone created while at CERN to share research documents ;). And NASA is a waste of money too; just because you don't know that some of todays fancy technology...
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    Most people don't even know that the cover...

    Most people don't even know that the cover artist/designer is often mentioned in the colophon.

    Mention "Josh Kirby" or "Paul Kidby" and a likely response is: "Who?"

    Or try "Chip Kidd" and you...
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    I got carried away in the post above but, yes,...

    I got carried away in the post above but, yes, technically it is of course copyright infringement. If someone were to use a bunch of photo to reference (and not just copy/paste) a historical artifact...
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    Copyright that last as long as i does now (50...

    Copyright that last as long as i does now (50 years or more after your death) is a recent development, meaning that most things that were made before 1920 are in the public domain and can be used...
  13. Well, this guy Jeremy Geddes...

    Well, this guy Jeremy Geddes seems to manage the whole thing quite well. Originally from New Zealand (I think), now in Melbourne, and hopefully not too abstract for your taste. the difference between...
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    I think we read about the same thing. It's called...

    I think we read about the same thing. It's called chunking (and a wikipedia link).

    An everyday example would be walking. Our cognitive power is used to navigate and adapt our high level chunks...
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    Not really, you are just twisting words to fit...

    Not really, you are just twisting words to fit your opinion.
    The camera is just a tool, like a brush, paint, a canvas, and who knows what else but let me guess: A computers can't be used to create...
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    I was just mirroring your argument's structure of...

    I was just mirroring your argument's structure of describing the process in a very useless way.


    It is funny how you can reduce a photo to simply "pressing a button on a machine" while your...
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    Or in other words: A painting isn't your...

    Or in other words: A painting isn't your experience, Kev. It is the brush's (just writing brush's feels very wrong) experience.


    Again: the brush is the writer, you just tell it where to start...
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    A bigger chunk means less competition and more...

    A bigger chunk means less competition and more control. More people depends on their products.

    It also means that there is a smaller chance that an ex-competitor can hit them with something...
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    I will just ask one thing: How much is your...

    I will just ask one thing: How much is your health worth to you?

    You are probably willing to spend all your money and infinite more of it if it only allows you to survive a serious health...
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    Here is a way to to see blue borders in Firefox:...

    Here is a way to to see blue borders in Firefox:
    Lets say you are browsing this thread then at the top (under the ads for the videos) you see your breadcrumb navigation:
    "ConceptArt.org Forums >...
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    Not to derail your point (I don't even know what...

    Not to derail your point (I don't even know what exact detail you people are arguing about) but if you think about it (in general, not directly you) a lot (probably most) of the guy at the top of the...
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    Still working and no explosion ever?

    Still working and no explosion ever?
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    You are not joking, but Elwell is right, you...

    You are not joking, but Elwell is right, you think you can although you can not. You just think you can. It's a synthesis of imagination and memories. It seems alive but is essentially a collage of a...
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    I just removed a few words and it makes as much...

    I just removed a few words and it makes as much sense as before.

    There is no need to use the words art or Art whenever you mention a girl. The "art thing" is part of her not the other way around....
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    You should start at the root of the problem: The...

    You should start at the root of the problem:
    The original poster doesn't even know how to write copyright or orphan (or even the word write)? That alone would be make it possible to search the forum...
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