Being an activist creates lifestyle and emotional issues that are different from just having a job and a hobby. Can you recommend any helpful books or websites that give advice on dealing with those issues?
Back in the early 80's video stores also rented VCRs. Now there's 3D films on blueray, but many people don't have a 3D TV. So rent out a PASSIVE 3D tv (LG makes a good one) with a half dozen glasses. Kids parties would be a natural (or 3D porno for adult parties).
Also if he is not doing S-8 to DVD transfers and picture scanning he's missing out on a big advantage, as his customers would not have to risk mailing their orginals.
Another idea would be to get a WIDE assortment of gizmos from DX.com. Most of the items could be kept in a stockroom, if he had a few kiosks for customers to browse. Use the display for new items and kids toys.
... it's appropriation
Bloomberg has cited a study as evidence that the ban is needed. Too bad that the scientists who did the study say that he totally missed the point.
Stith is best known for the novel "MANHATTAN TRANSFER" which starts with Manhattan being cut out, domed, and lifted into an alien spaceship.
Good grammar (and spelling) is the protocol for human communication.
Since there is redundancy and words like "is & are" when a mistake is made the rest of the sentence can be used to reconstruct the true meaning.
If we don't follow the standard, then there is increased processing needed to interpret the communication, which is unfair to the recipient.
I agree with doing it at Costco. If you poke around their website you will see that you can download ICC profiles. Yes, Costco does color calibration.
Recently my local one had a machine problem, and they actually gave me a phone call to tell me it would be delayed.
That said, print 2 copies, one to view and one to keep in an archival, lightproof, packed with silica gel box, kept below 75 degrees, that is not to be opened for at least 30 years.
check out THE book on the subject http://www.wilhelm-research.com/book_toc.html
He DID make a human rated capsule, the wheel of cheese survived its Dragon flight just fine. A good argument could be made that the Shuttle was NOT human rated.
except.. in far too many sorta similar cases, ONLY massive publicity has prevented people's lives from being totally ruined. Have we forgotten the sad lessons of Julie Amero?
The man is being told he may not be allowed to be alone with his daughter for a YEAR because there is a queue? Just how many OTHER people are in a similar circumstance?
IMHO the guy should go on the offensive and sue the authorities for COLLABORATING with the pedophiles. They have evidence of crimes that they are just letting sit on a shelf.
yeh, but the quality sucked until NASA poured enough money and QA into getting them reliable enough for a manned mission. Then the IC manufacturer's marketing department was able to use the "its good enough to get us to the moon so it's good enough for your application" to sell them.
So NASA gets the credit, much like Steve Jobs gets the credit for the iPod and not Kane Kramer
The you can get the reel WITH the viewmaster viewer for $25, cost goes down with quantity http://www.image3d.com/stereo/pricelist.html
note there are ways of using an existing camera, or even a Nintendo 3DS to take 3D pictures, but the W3 is the simplest, and it could be used at the actual wedding.
>>>Or closer to home, given their association with the movies, maybe create a special effects studio? Or maybe create software to edit images like Photoshop? Is there any reason to think that they would have succeeded at any of those ventures?
They basically did, and did not succeed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cineon
Biomedical. They used emulsion coating experience to make blood analyzing machines. division was sold. Polaroid did not do a similar deal with Technicon (once the market leader) and now both companies are barely there.
wow... tech pan gone? that was the best for making slides from negs...