Some very interesting photography pages, many classic ads, and camera articles scanned in: worth looking at if you use/like vintage equipment.
And there is a website :
My cat used to sit in my Lap while I worked on a computer, and when wanting more attention- reached up and hit "Control-Alt-Delete". This was on a DOS computer.
So- it's not fair to say that the pets type at random...
In fact, this could be Felix typing right now. Ernie, our other cat, peed on...
I never used GIF.
I mapped the screen memory into a FORTRAN common block by doing my own physical to virtual memory mapping and generated the animation directly...But that was the 1980s for me.
But I remember some guy making a graphical interchange format, pronounced JIF...
I love typing URL's in directly...
Valid prefix_id is 1: for sale; 2: completed; 3: wanted (to buy); 4: For Trade.
I just click on the "prefix", such as the "For Sale", and all the threads "for sale" come up. Completed, expired, etc- can be handled the same way.
Creating a subforum for completed, etc- means the threads have to be moved. Clicking...
Brooo-Ha-Ha... You will rue the day that you made the GIF finder available!
Of all things on RFF- some Mac people decided that they should lecture me on computers. One of them was another Moderator. I figured out how to bypass the safelocks that prevent a Moderator from Banning themself.
>Roger Hicks, but I liked the guy and was really sad when he was diagnosed and went so fast.
I miss Roger Hicks- His wife is a cancer survivor, had it for years. Then lost Roger so quickly.
Roger made a post about one of his first cameras being a Kodak Retina, but could not use it because the...
RFF originated at a time when the Photo.net Leica forum was at it's worst, ~2003. Overall, Photography Forum activity across the net is way down over the last few years- and trolls do not get the audience that they once thrived on.
Okay, I found this "reddit". What's a "DIT" and why is it red? Ba-da-bing.
There is an "x" on the upper right corner of the page. Click it.
Or better yet, post pictures of your Leica cameras with Russian lenses.
Jupiter-8 by fiftyonepointsix, on Flickr
Or a Nikon or Two...
I switched back to using RF cameras when Nikki was born, 1998. The Nikon N70 could not focus on "baby-smooth skin".
The only Autofocus cameras that reliably focused on her was my Polaroid SX-70 Sonar and SLR690.
For 35mm- went to the Nikon SP. Picked up a Leica M3 a few years after that.
The first doll I bought for Nikki was the Star Trek Barbie set. But before giving it to her, I opened it up and swapped some accessories around.
Phaser-Packing Barbie and Tricorder Carrying Ken. Girls Rule.