some of us are deathly afraid of Adobe for a variety of reasons and also can't draw with any kind of competency :P
Re: Getting photos onto a computer
If you have a dataplan on your phone, it's a bit easier nowadays to get photos onto the computer. just email the photo to yourself. There is another option that comes with every camera phone, even the less advanced ones, called MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service), but this usually carries a per-message charge of around $0.20. Your carrier's customer service can give you details about data charges and the like. Many newer smartphones (last 4 years or so) store their
photos on a removable flashcard memory chip, which you can take to any CVS and they should help you get it into a format easy to email.
Basically, you can draw something by hand and take a smartphone photograph, and upload it.
Chuck if you need some quick instructions or help you can email/call me as needed.
From: Chuck Berry
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, December 10,[masked]:29 PM
Subject: Re: [atheists-619] Logo for Nittany Freethought!
At 12/10/[masked]:42 AM, Matt Stich wrote:
why doesn't everyone take the active approach and create a logo yourself
up load it and have people judge it. ...
intriguing idea, Matt. Seeing YOUR work (which I love
as it is anyway), I realize that doing anything like this is way outside
my skill set: creative (having an idea), artistic (turning the idea into
a pleasing image), technical (getting it into a computer), etc. But
if somebody else (perhaps over the holidays?) wants to draft and submit
something I'd love to see it. Maybe a combination of ideas could
improve on even the wonderful start Matt has given us.
humpy Mount Nittany ... does anybody know what it looks like from the
side? I figure it might well have multiple peaks spread along to
the north east. I only ever see the end pointing to town. If
I ever fly again, I'll take a look. Of course, it's true we are
not Mount Nittany Freethought,
as Rob points out.
I have no trouble seeing the elements of the face in the ridges and
valleys ... to me the slight puzzle is part of the appeal.
again, Matt, for your contribution, and others for your thoughtful and
sensitively expressed comments.
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