|Although they *still* haven't officially called it yet, I am so so proud to be (finally, at long last, once again) living in a blue state-- south of the Mason Dixon line! That hasn't happened here since I was 24 years old (and that was a while ago).|
On Nov 5, 2008, at 12:01 PM, eric nelson wrote:
I had to go see for myself.
On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 8:23 AM, ender100 <email@example.com>
If I know you Hans, your sitting in a pub someplace!
On Nov 5, 2008, at 2:08:30 AM, "Hans Klemmer" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Was watching and listening from Northern Ireland...
On Nov 5, 2008, at 1:56 AM, Catherine Rogers wrote:
> hehehehe indeed Mark...
> Watching and listening from here (Australia) too - plus holding
> breath (while spotting in photoshop)
> Mark Nelson wrote:
>> Watching the election returns!!!!
>> Mark Nelson
>> PDNPrint Forum @ Yahoo Groups
>> On Nov 4, 2008, at 7:25 PM, Judy Seigel <email@example.com
>>> On Sun, 2 Nov 2008, Diana Bloomfield wrote:
>>>> I don't know where I read this, maybe in PF Journal, Judy?-- Or
>>>> maybe somebody on this list mentioned it. I can't remember-- but
>>>> I read or heard, not all that long ago, that if you cut the 2
>>>> corner edges of those foam brushes, you end up with a more
>>>> rounded-type brush, so when you brush your emulsion on, you can
>>>> help eliminate the sharp edge lines you sometimes get with these
>>>> foam brushes. I tried it, and it does work well-- for what it's
>>> I'm pretty sure I'd heard that, too, Diana, but don't think it was
>>> in P-F. However, though I'd actually done that myself a time or
>>> two, I found it may have made matters worse -- somehow the
>>> original edge was sort of cleaner, tho I didn't have a problem
>>> with edgelines anyway. Partly that may have been from having
>>> enough emulsion on the brush for ample flow, partly could have
>>> been using a semi-textured or relatively absorbent paper -- or
>>> maybe from holding the paper relatively vertical for a few moments
>>> after coating...
>>> I don't remember, but, whichever, it goes to show you can't lose
>>> 'em all (especially with cyano!!!).