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From Twitter 07-12-2010 [Jul. 13th, 2010|04:02 am]
e_moon60

  • 08:24:20: RT @robinmckinley: RT @Writerer: Intrsting article on creativity. http://www.newsweek.com/2010/07/10/the-creativity-crisis.html
  • 08:59:52: Emailing complicated drawings of size to print 9 inches wide in fine detail can cause email FAIL. Other options being considered.
  • 09:38:58: Maps have gone to Editor. Dunno yet if Production will want .tif files instead of high-rez .jpg files. Meanwhile, back to work on story.
  • 15:37:03: Juice of one lime + large glass of club soda = refreshing summer afternoon drink. No sugar.
  • 19:24:35: Riders of the Purple Penguin or Penguins of the Purple Sage #penguinbooks

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[User Picture]From: kimuro
2010-07-13 11:39 am (UTC)

re: refreshing summer afternoon drink

I'll try that.

I've been drinking a lot of minted water - water with ice and a small amount of mint tea added to barely add flavour. It satisfies me more than regular water, is better for me than iced tea and ... I don't care much for sugared drinks.
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2010-07-13 02:49 pm (UTC)

Re: refreshing summer afternoon drink

Yeah--I don't like sugary drinks (unless it's an ice-cream soda. Those I like. But not often.) I do like fizz, which is why I drink a lot of club soda, with and without lime juice in it. I like some other fruit juices, but only diluted so they're not so sweet--apple and grape, for instance. If I hadn't lost my mint beds in the drought, I'd probably put mint with the lime juice--used to.
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[User Picture]From: kirylyn
2010-07-13 12:49 pm (UTC)
rapidshare might work for uploading larger files than email
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2010-07-13 02:50 pm (UTC)
Thanks.
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[User Picture]From: kengr
2010-07-13 06:58 pm (UTC)
Sendspace may work as well. Also, use WinRAR to split *really* big files into chunks of a sendable size and reaasemble them at the other end.

Worst case, the bandwidth of a CD or DVD sent Priority mail is fairly impressive.:-)
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