What is the best way to find out if your pictures are of good quality?
Place your studio under locks and key and go for three weeks vacation. When you come back I'm sure you will appreciate the remarkable work you have done. You will also be able to see clearly all the errors in your art piece.
by Thomas@theone 8 years ago
by chasemillis 7 years ago
Anybody know a good place to get good quality (good strength) PLEXIGLASS?I'm making a boom-box cooler (cooler w/ sterio w/ drinks & ice)...plexiglass at Home Depot is $20 for just one sheet that would fit where I need it to....and I need 3Any suggestions for places? I can cut from big...
by rlaha 6 years ago
What do you do when you find out your health isn't what it could be?For example, you go to the doctor's office and the doc requests labwork. You get it done thinking that nothing is wrong. When the labs come back, the doc won't talk to you but wants you to come in to discuss the results. That is a...
by Tom Ware 6 years ago
Does anyone ever check the English composition of our Hubs for good grammar, correct word usage,...and the spelling of words. I just read a Hub by a new chum. No names no court martials. The writer rated 91 on this Hub which, quite frankly, I thought was certainly...
by cashmere 7 years ago
I use flikr photos with the cc license but I know there are some sites which sell royalty free stock images.Any idea which ones are good?
by topclass 5 years ago
Many good quality pages are Idled (become unfeatured) via ‘Analysis of the how engaged readers are with a Hub over an extended period of time’ – essentially because they get low traffic.It appears that this process was initiated to reduce the number of ‘low quality’ pages on the site. The...
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