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An under-promoted open source alternative to Adobe Illustrator, lacking some of the power tools, but being open source, it's entirely free. Perfect for learning how to use vector graphics, and easily capable of producing professional work if you are, so don't overlook it just because you don't...
ScribeByNight is a fantastic blog and it has been fun to watch it grow. Content includes all different types of calligraphy of varying skill levels. Whether calligraphy is your passion or you just enjoy the pictures, there's something there for you. The blog is constantly active and is an endless...
I had a little, tiny issue with my tshirt. It was very quickly resolved. I was very impressed and will definitely use them again.
I just found this site thanks to Google. Pretty cool use for an old digital camera. Really amazing work
Somehow the print magazine's literary and cultural commentary still seems relevant. They are still as liberal as ever but they are perhaps less snobby (maybe because they know their time is limited). Best new writer has to be Andy Borowitz.
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