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Here's my attempt at Tor-Hershman:
Re: Learning Code, etc. One option might be lynda.com- they have tutorials for EVERYTHING, including CSS and HTML.
Thought I'd try to be a lot less of a lurker this year - emphasis on "try" -
Thought I'd do another one - here's Matt_Stevens:
It's been a loooooong time since I posted in here - mostly reduced myself to lurker status. Waiting to get a good scanner that can do 11 X 14 pictures - my six-year old 4-in-1 is on its last legs as...
Nice! Thanks, Ex Nihilo!
This is the first response that popped to mind:
"My God - It's Full of Stars..."
and here's a recent picture of me:
Very cool ... and now the title has made the Genesis song of the same name start bouncing around my head.
Ultima VII, eh? I'll go even further back - I played Ultima IV - when it came out - on the Apple IIc. I wish I hadn't thrown out the box. Grr.
Reading all that guy's text made my editorial brains explode.
There was a Pong II?
Personally, I'm waiting for Diablo III. :-D
It's been a while since I posted one of these. Here's Stoph:
Stoph, if you had switched the third and fourth images, it would look like a sequence of photos. "ARGH" "GRRRR!" "GRAR!!!" "OK,OK,OK, I'll behave..."
As glorious as the stories are, I'd have to say my favorite part of that site is "Ask Axe Cop."
On my second listen-through of it. Has distinct lack of DangerMouse, but still pretty decent.
Not so much pissed off, but mildly annoyed that my cat keeps jumping in my lap while I'm trying to draw. He's the nutbar in my avatar.
Did a few more. Here are T11, LA2 and T i m ( I used the photo that he put up before he replaced it with the most current one:
Here is Slash and his freelance face:
As Seth1 gripped his rifle and squinted his bleary eyes (he had been up 48 hours straight and the coffee was no longer giving him any kick) into the seemingly neverending night, looking for zombies...
Nah, Raoul Duke, I'd have the Bolivian Police put out an APB out for this fellow:
Here's Jason Rainville. I tried new stuff with shading. Still got a LONG way to go with that:
Reading Robert B. Parker's "Resolution" and then will jump into John Sandford's "Heat Lightning."
Here are people from earlier on in the "What Does Everyone Look Like?" thread:
kab and Corky13