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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please: http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please: http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.

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Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.

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Worked for me in Firefox 3.07
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Nice, but picture 28 is a Chevy Nomad not Nova
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please: http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
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Nice, but picture 28 is a Chevy Nomad not Nova



Yeah IIRC the Nova came after the early 60's Chevy II's




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Very nice Charlie cool pictures and I presume you took'em all. Have you
experimented with HDR when you take and tweak the car pics?


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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please:
http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Dad's first car was a Renault Dauphine. Engine was (says wikipedia) 845
cc and 32 hp http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Renault_Dauphine,_
1960.JPG.

Darn thing took Mom, Dad, Sis and me to the Italian Riviara and back
several times, even with a tent trailer like this Alpenkruezer:
http://www.unser-camptourist.de/bilderct/Senior.pdf. Sorry, the
skimpily clad young lady didn't come with the tenttrailer, but it was a
truely remarkably roomy thing for something so light.

No expressways, just 2 or 3 lane (great fun) highways from Holland
through Belgium, Luxemburg and France. Ever had 3 times passport and
papers control in 1 day? Whole trip took usually 3 days, but those
little hotels along the highway!

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Dad's first car was a Renault Dauphine. Engine was (says wikipedia) 845
cc and 32 hp http://en.wikipedia.org/


We had a 4CV as my Dad's "work" car ... it was the only car I was allowed to
take on a date until I got my own. GF and I still managed to get it on in
the back seat, a feat indeed, if you've ever seen the back seat of a 4CV.

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I use 3.07 Firefox and it works.
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"Charlie Self" wrote in message
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please: http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.

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Dad's first car was a Renault Dauphine. Engine was (says wikipedia)
845 cc and 32 hp http://en.wikipedia.org/


We had a 4CV as my Dad's "work" car ... it was the only car I was
allowed to take on a date until I got my own. GF and I still managed
to get it on in the back seat, a feat indeed, if you've ever seen the
back seat of a 4CV.

Where there's a will, there's a way ...


Yes, indeed. We rented a 2CV for our honeymoon to France, Italy and
Switzerland. Max speed 80 km/hour, downhill, with atail wind ...


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"Han" wrote

Dad's first car was a Renault Dauphine. Engine was (says wikipedia) 845
cc and 32 hp http://en.wikipedia.org/


We had a 4CV as my Dad's "work" car ... it was the only car I was allowed
to take on a date until I got my own. GF and I still managed to get it on
in the back seat, a feat indeed, if you've ever seen the back seat of a
4CV.

Where there's a will, there's a way ...

Ahh, youth. I almost remember.

Even if there is a will now, the back woun't allow it. :-(



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On Wed, 18 Mar 2009 14:05:59 -0700 (PDT), Charlie Self
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please: http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...



The site looks ok Charlie. loved the slide show! thumbs up! I would be
tickled to have any one of those ok beuties.

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Charlie Self wrote:
I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).

It took me all blasted day!

It seems decent to me.

Check it out, please: http://charlieselfonline.com/ and click on the
slide show indicator.

It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.

I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.

It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Charlie,

Great photos worth the wait of the show loading! I use Firefox/2.0.0.20
and a 26.4 KBPS dial-up connection...

Neil
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On Mar 18, 5:37*pm, "basilisk" wrote:
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).


It took me all blasted day!


It seems decent to me.


Check it out, please:http://charlieselfonline.com/and click on the
slide show indicator.


It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.


I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.


It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.


Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.

basilisk


Odd. I use Foxmire and it worked for me, on two computers.
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Nice, but picture 28 is a Chevy Nomad not Nova


Yeah IIRC the Nova came after the early 60's Chevy II's


Yeah, yeah. The cataloging on the shot reads 1955 Nomad. I wrote Nova.
I think my mental clutch was slipping, because I proofread the thing
twice and missed it. One of my cousins caught it early. Check it again.


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Very nice Charlie cool pictures and I presume you took'em all. *Have you
experimented with HDR when you take and tweak the car pics?


I don't use HDR. It looks overprocessed. The shots are all mine.
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On Mar 19, 9:46*am, Rita and Neil Ward wrote:
Charlie Self wrote:
I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).


It took me all blasted day!


It seems decent to me.


Check it out, please:http://charlieselfonline.com/and click on the
slide show indicator.


It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.


I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.


It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.


Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Charlie,

Great photos worth the wait of the show loading! I use Firefox/2.0.0.20
and a 26.4 KBPS dial-up connection...

Neil


Whoa! That's worse than this POS Wild Blue satellite I have.

I gave the slide show its own page, but from here, Yahoo's programming
yahoos have scrambled my table of contents, so...I dunno. If it
doesn't show a separate listing for the slide page, someone pelase let
me know.

And thanks for the compliments.

I'm doing the '30 Ford again Saturday morning. It will run in the July
issue of Cars & parts. The '24 Overland is coming up in the May issue
of C&p.
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On Thu, 19 Mar 2009 17:04:09 -0700 (PDT), Charlie Self
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On Mar 19, 9:46*am, Rita and Neil Ward wrote:
Charlie Self wrote:
I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).


It took me all blasted day!


It seems decent to me.


Check it out, please:http://charlieselfonline.com/and click on the
slide show indicator.


It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.


I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.


It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.


Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Charlie,

Great photos worth the wait of the show loading! I use Firefox/2.0.0.20
and a 26.4 KBPS dial-up connection...

Neil


Whoa! That's worse than this POS Wild Blue satellite I have.

I gave the slide show its own page, but from here, Yahoo's programming
yahoos have scrambled my table of contents, so...I dunno. If it
doesn't show a separate listing for the slide page, someone pelase let
me know.

And thanks for the compliments.

I'm doing the '30 Ford again Saturday morning. It will run in the July
issue of Cars & parts. The '24 Overland is coming up in the May issue
of C&p.



it opened for me in firefox in a new tab. it was manual so I had to
click the arrows to go page to page. I'm no computer wiz so...... Is
that the way you set up? lol. BTW I sent you a response to the e-mail
with a address. lookin forward to reading the book! :-]

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On Mar 18, 5:37 pm, "basilisk" wrote:
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).


It took me all blasted day!


It seems decent to me.


Check it out, please:http://charlieselfonline.com/and click on the
slide show indicator.


It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.


I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.


It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.


Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.

basilisk


Odd. I use Foxmire and it worked for me, on two computers.


Not sure what the problem is, I'm using latest FF and latest flash,
popup and ad blockers are off, javascript is on.
still no slide show.

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Nice, but picture 28 is a Chevy Nomad not Nova


Yeah IIRC the Nova came after the early 60's Chevy II's


Yeah, yeah. The cataloging on the shot reads 1955 Nomad. I wrote Nova.
I think my mental clutch was slipping, because I proofread the thing
twice and missed it. One of my cousins caught it early. Check it again.

I build/maintain several websites and I will proof everything at least twice
before
uploading, as soon as I view the site online, I will see at least one
glaring error.

It is easy to screw up proofing content mixed with markup.

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On Mar 18, 8:22 pm, "Leon" wrote:
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Nice, but picture 28 is a Chevy Nomad not Nova


Yeah IIRC the Nova came after the early 60's Chevy II's


Yeah, yeah. The cataloging on the shot reads 1955 Nomad. I wrote Nova.
I think my mental clutch was slipping, because I proofread the thing
twice and missed it. One of my cousins caught it early. Check it again.


LOL, I like to blame my keyboard and fingers which often do not associate
with my brain.


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On Mar 19, 9:46*am, Rita and Neil Ward wrote:
Charlie Self wrote:
I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).


It took me all blasted day!


It seems decent to me.


Check it out, please:http://charlieselfonline.com/andclick on the
slide show indicator.


It does eventually work, though. Or at least I think it did.


I've got the '24 Overland coming out in the May issue of Cars & Parts,
and the 1930 Ford model A in the July issues.


It's a good time to have more than one interest as a freelance writer,
I'll tell you. And the competition is heating up, with all the layoffs
at newspapers and magazines. Fortunately, I'm not really up for warm
and fuzzy stories, prefering to stick with woodworking, vehicles
(preferably old), and travel. Short distances for the latter these
days. I live in an area where there are almost too many day trips
possible.


Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
say something good...


Charlie,


Great photos worth the wait of the show loading! I use Firefox/2.0.0.20
and a 26.4 KBPS dial-up connection...


Neil


Whoa! That's worse than this POS Wild Blue satellite I have.


I gave the slide show its own page, but from here, Yahoo's programming
yahoos have scrambled my table of contents, so...I dunno. If it
doesn't show a separate listing for the slide page, someone pelase let
me know.


And thanks for the compliments.


I'm doing the '30 Ford again Saturday morning. It will run in the July
issue of Cars & parts. The '24 Overland is coming up in the May issue
of C&p.


it opened for me in firefox in a new tab. it was manual so I had to
click the arrows to go page to page. I'm no computer wiz so...... Is
that the way you set up? lol. BTW I sent you a response to the e-mail
with a address. lookin forward to reading the book! :-]

skeez


It isn't a choice I had, but I've only seen it work in auto. There are
supposed to be other options, including time each stays on screen, but
it appears stuck on 3 seconods. Also, I'm supposed to be able to size
it, but that ain't happening, either.
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I've made a few changes, there's still woodworking info, but I just
stuck up a non-related slide show (stuck it up, like it was easy:
frigging Picasa is as intuitive as bullfighting in your birthday
suit).


You might want to look at SimpleViewer. It is free and pretty flexible.
I saw it on someones wood page and gave it a look. You can see it on
my page by clicking on the "Photo Gallery" menu item on the left of the
screen. I only have some cars you might like and some cats. It's not
really hard to set up once you figure out how to use it and what you
want. On the bottom right of either of my galleries there is a link to
the SimpleViewer site. It's free for commercial or private use.

Comments welcome. Just remember what your Momma told you: if you can't
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Only criticism I have is on the Handplanes page you need to set the
margins on the writeup. On Firefox, there is no left hand margin and a
lot of right hand margin. Your Hardwood page does have a margin,
although it is not perfectly centered. In fact, as I go though more
pages, you need to work on centering your text on the pages. The tops of
the pages are fine, it's the text underneath that need some work.

Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.


Slideshow works fine here in Firefox 3.07. If you click on a slide for
a larger picture it opens at a Picasa site though and the slide show is
no longer a slide show.

Oh, the Samples page "Handsaws Today" link didn't work. Said something
about a damaged file.

As for saying something good, nice page, I like how you laid things out.
Few minor gnats here and there is not a problem.

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Not sure what the problem is, I'm using latest FF and latest flash,
popup and ad blockers are off, javascript is on.
still no slide show.

basilisk


Sometimes you need to clear your cache before the page loads correctly once
you turn on/off extra features such as filters. I've run in to that a few
times using my filter program... usually a reload works, but once in a blue
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works just fine in Mozilla 5.0 otherwise known as Seamonkey

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Good show! didn't work in Firefox though.

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Worked for me in Firefox 3.07


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