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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Dave's Digital Scrapbooking Discussion Group

Hello Dave Mainwaring

Congratulations: you've successfully created your Google Group, Dave's Digital
Scrapbooking Discussion Group.

Here are the essentials:

* Group name: Dave's Digital Scrapbooking Discussion Group
* Group home page: http://groups.google.com/group/daves-digital-scrapbooking?hl=en

Scrapbooking got a shot in the arm more than thirty years ago when Marielen Christensen of Spanish Fork scrapbooked her family's memories. She co-authored and published a how-to book, "Keeping Memories Alive". Now in the 21st century Journal writing and digital-scrapbooking are in vogue for preserving memories.

During the past decade the printing industry has seen light speed changes in publishing technologies. Inexpensive high quality digital scanners, home PC's, and remote publishing over the Internet make it easy for scrapbookers with no graphic arts or printing experience to produce very high quality bound alblums and scrapbooks.

David Lewis offers state of the art online Digital Scrapbooking

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Top 10 Blogs for Writers

The Writing Center » Blog Archive » Top 10 Blogs for Writers: "Michael Stelzner of Writing White Papers has just listed his picks for 2007’s top ten blogs for writers — a great resource for copywriters and bloggers, and particularly for freelance writers (including beginners)."

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Bar Screen | Publishing | BarCasting

Cambridge firms drawing on digital graffiti - The Boston Globe: "Making the leap to the big screen
2 Cambridge companies let cellphones go public with messages, photos

By Carolyn Y. Johnson, Globe Staff | January 1, 2008

Flat-screen digital graffiti boards displaying text messages and photos sent from cellphones are beginning to give the virtual world a foothold in pubs, clubs, and beyond."

"... new technologies allow screens to connect to the Internet, the power for advertisers and content makers expands - content can become local, user-generated, or even tailored to the crowd watching a given screen."