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Basic Image Scaling in GIMP

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And once again, another tutorial on how to use GIMP.  Grasp the quick-n-easy way of downsizing your image to a smaller resolution, using the completely free, open source GNU Image Manipulation program.

Working at Sheetz now.  Just finished day 8 of work.  It’s going well – there’s a lot to learn and get the knack of doing (Sheetz Bro’s Coffee mixes, including mochas, cappuccino, smoothies, the Red Alert, and so forth.  Then there’s all the sandwich making, and of course sweeping, mopping, swiping, washing, taking out the garbage… but on the bright side, you get free self-serve coffee!  …Yipee!)

Anyway.  Figuring out life.  If you get the hang of it, lemme know and we’ll take a walk in the spring forests and talk it over.  ‘Twould be nice to go on a hike… such chill, lovely weather.

Tim snowblowing away!

Snow, snow, please go!

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Actually, I’m enjoying the snow quite a bit.  Yesterday I helped my brother and father snowblow and shovel the snow.

Tim snowblowing away!

Tim snowblowing away!

Today, I helped a friend shovel the parking lot at church.  It’s good to let my lame muscles do some work for once.

Big decisions have been made  – a proper post would be in order, so I’ll save the gory details for later, but I’ve decided to stick around in the hills for another year, pushing an on-campus college education off for at least 2011.

So long for now, DAVE School.

So long for now, DAVE School! I will consider you for the future.

And finally, I’m very glad to say that what I thought to be a dead pixel in my camcorder really turned out to be a grain of sand on the Fujinon lens.  A damaged CCD would have cost me hundreds of dollars to repair.

And oh, one last thing: I sent in my audition videos to Crystal Creek Media for their upcoming film this summer.  Here’s for hoping I make it in!

And I guess that’s about all for now,

Until later, good friends, and may the road be kind to you.

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