Archive for January, 2010
Do you have a CD that you’d just like to make a backup of? I do. My kids use my car and they’re constantly taking my CD’s out and leaving them on the seat or in the trunk unprotected. I get no respect I tell ya. Well, just make a backup copy and put your original somewhere safe. I made up a CD of my favorite Pink Floyd songs. Here’s a ML-7560 template for my Pink Floyd Animals album. It’s in OpenOffice format, so you’ll need a copy of OpenOffice. It’s totally free.
I just saw an episode, I think from season 5 of The Office last night. It’s called “Frame Toby”. Someone in the office left the microwave in a really filthy condition after using it. So Pam surreptitiously put up a sign:
I don’t doubt Dunder-Mifflin has access to a lot of different labels, so I couldn’t help but wonder that Pam might have toned the sign down a little by using a full sheet label which was white. Yellow is just too in your face.
like this one:
If you’re using labels in extreme conditions, it’s best to test before spending on a box of labels. We’ll get you samples of the labels you need to test. Give the labels a test run and see how they work in the conditions in which you’re going to use them.
Here is a quick Post Card Back that I made up to match the fronts I put up yesterday.
Did you ever get the feeling that when someone becomes President, the differences between them and the previous presidents are much less that originally thought. Using GIMP the fantastic, and free image manipulating program, check out our president, George Obama, or is it Barack Bush:
He’s got the eyes, nose and hair of George Bush, and the rest is Barack Obama.
If you are an artist, or just like to mess around with pictures, download the GIMP and be prepared to spend a whole lotta time having fun. The possibilities are endless. We use it for all our template artwork
If you already have the GIMP, check out the file in GIMP format HERE.