"Offsite", Han. "Offsite" ... a backup does you NO good if your house
burns down or blown away.
It's why Iron Mountain, and other commercial data storage companies. are
so vital to a businesses survival in the event of catastrophe.
On 4/18/2012 12:59 AM, email@example.com wrote:
But I want you co come over here Robert! LOL
Yeah and I thought about you as I was clicking the shutter button on my
iPhone. :~) Seriously, I did,. Robert I have a very good camera with
wide angle and long telephoto lens which is pretty fast. But hey if you
don't use it what good is it? ;~) I am going back to add the pulls and
will take that camera then. Not being complete so to speak kept me from
taking the better camera. And unfortunately these recent jobs are so
large that it is hard to not include the shop clutter if I shoot before
I deliver. But I hear you, prior to getting a phone with a camera I
used a good camera to take pictures of all of my work. I do have a note
book portfolio but I am leaning towards pointing towards Flickr and
e-mailing a link.
As Robert has pointed out, a very decent digital camera
can be had for well under $100. With a any decent camera
sdram chip, you can have thousands of pictures.
I have failed to do the same thing, as many of us have and
I really regret it now.
I have mentioned backup of computers many times on this forum.
DO NOT lose the family history because of stupidity.
A 16gb flash drive can be had for well under $20 and will hold
thousands of pictures.
Put your pictures on cdrom and flash drives....and print them out.
<g> Aw, hell, Swingy. Just tell the camera to stop using the "make a
silly 35mm film shutter noise when you take a picture" function. It'll
quiet right down.
You can either hold yourself up to the unrealistic standards of others,
or ignore them and concentrate on being happy with yourself as you are.
-- Jeph Jacques
Thank you Pat.
The glass door rails ans stiles are Domino reinforced lap joints. The
glass has square corners and I removed material straight across the back
of the rail 1/2" past the top of the arc. I used the same dado set that
I used to cut the rabbit, just moved the fence over 2~3 times.
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