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http://www.tacoma.tzo.com/twinz.htm

Hopefully you cant notice the bugs on the bumpers.. thats what happens when you hit back country roads at 135MPH on the way to getting pictures.

My neighbor and I decided it was a good day for a drive and some pictures in Austin. I agreed, and now I am going to get one of the pictures blown up and posterized for the garage... any recommendations on which one?
 

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you were in austin? i live in sa. not too far from there. about the pictures they are too small and too many to go through to find the best imo
 

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Yeah we live in Austin, I was in SA last Wed at the drag strip for my first run ever. What fun!

The pics should be up soon. Also, be aware, I left them in the original format of 3000x2000 pixels, so they are HUGE. I may downsize them if enough people look at them. Feel free to keep a picture if you like any.

I have been practicing using my Canon Rebel Digital.
 

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Sorry, I posted prematurely, I am fighting with Frontpage...

Some of these pics are really beatiful and are worth it, I promise!
 

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Well, frontpage, CAN be quick, but I am running a remote session on my home computer from work hehe. That doesnt help much.

But they are up! The vertical shots need to be fixed, and I will do that, but y oull get the idea.


I really like this one: http://www.tacoma.tzo.com/twinz/IMG_1589.jpg

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While it does have the ability to be quick, I found (as I think did you today) that it often does more harm than help.
 

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No, I agree, but I have yet to find a WYSIWYG html editor I like...

but the html code it produces is God-awful....

well.. its better than Word LMFAO
 

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Originally posted by jinxxycat@Dec 21 2004, 12:03 PM
Nice shots, I like this one

Me too, thats the 360 Bridge... I will have to chop out the lamp, which shouldnt be too tough... that was a great spot though, no one to screw with us, and the bridge in the background... the light was interesting... may try again when its brighter, or in the morning...
 

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<span style="color:darkblue">The only WYSIWYG that I ever really liked was GoLive. But I never really got into them. I've always preferred regular text editors. My favorite is EditPad</span>
 

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Textpad kicks ass... I use it for my C/C++ programming, but I never liked texting HTML because it takes so long to get it the way you want it... and I dont do it often enough to get used to it...
 

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Ah, if you don't do it often enough I can see why. I do it all the time (not as much as I used to now though), so I'm generally good at getting it to look exactly the way I want my first time through coding. I use EditPad for pretty much everything I code except for VB6 sh!t
 

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I can do html, but I have to code/check code/check etc etc and its a pain.

I have heard of Editpad and assuming its like Textpad, Iimagine its quite good. Textpad color codes it for you (HTML, java, C, etc), handle multiple files easily, searches/replaces are easy, bookmarks etc.
 
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