1722, from It. portafoglio "a case for carrying loose papers," from porta, imperative of portare "to carry" (see port (1)) + foglio "sheet, leaf," from L. folium (see folio). Meaning "collection of securities held" is from 1930.
|It'd be odd if you got here through the
front page, but you never know, you could have, so I do
just want to make sure you've checked the site that this
link was an afterthought for, thinking I had
"portfolio" all the time. Click the pic, don't
be afraid of the lazy design, check out some galleries, 2d and 3d, at least. It's more like taking a tour at
the museum, as there's stuff to read all along the way.
And so-far uncurated rooms to expand within. On the list,
assuredly. Please recycle the wrapper after ingesting the
Hey, this is why the page you're viewing exists. "a little respect, man."
It's all arranged nice and tight-like.
oh, and look how all nerdy I can make the gray box over there. are you guys old enough for Windows 3.1? links worth clicking though (through?).
Of course I have my photobucket, as we all should. And stuff I've
actually made all through it, as opposed to stuff that I
"found" on the web somewhere. I've oft said a
640x480 (web-sized? oh, those were the days!) picture
needn't be bigger than 100k, and when photobucket offered
uploads to 1Meg per, I jumped at it. Even with the Great Growler Cap Project in full swing, it's still only
half full. Or half empty? Undeniably nifty project, take
that nifty haters!
Awful lot of deadbabybikes stuff in the folder named so. Lots. Rife with examples of logos, packaging, flyers, t-shirts, web graphics, button art, name it.
lotta good stuff. wherever you look.
Photobucket's great! Get one!
you can save files up to 50 Megs on a SkyDrive. and quite a few it seems. sweet!
|Wanting (not needing, mind you) to have a
place for files bigger than the 5- 10- 20-Meg attachment
limitations current in popular e-mail clients these days,
it was discovered that the Windows Live family of
"products" has a back-up/archiving webspace for
anyone with a hotmail account who asks. A huge-enough for
most applications 50M file size lets you get giant stuff
web-accessible for everyone everywhere. A SkyDrive of
mine is located here. Beware, there's lots of .psd's you'll need
Photoshop to open, and they're all using a good portion
of the 50M ceiling so may prove slow on the download.
We can all badmouth Microsoft all we want, but everybody knows free stuff is good. So well worth an e-mail or two a month.
frequent forays into film making
a long way from 40x24(25?) screens full of green-on-black 8x10 pixel character graphics, when I saw my first full color high-res animated gif I just had to start making them myself. really just tiny movies, sometimes but only a few frames.
always liked this stuff, before I knew what it was called. thank you Wacky Packages.
and "Drive Your Bike: the Dead Baby Way" is out there, but because of its R-rating, due to as many vulgarities and f-bombs as we could fit in, just isn't ready for primetime playing.
but that was a long time ago, when I thought you might be taken aback. I know better now, so enjoy the foul language today!!
so I bought a camera. and I enjoy taking silly little movies with it, nothing earth-shattering (yet!), not holding breath. someday we'll clean all the rough and find the diamond down there. no one to blame but me for anything you deem pathetic or otherwise subpar within. the prospect training viddys are still in their rawest format.
also some clips I helped with @ dbarchivist especially if you looked off the intros I directed above. manufacturer of high-resolution stills for insertion.
soon to be epic
free site disappeared, full of ads, Ive no doubt got all of the content somewhere, maybe on Angelfire? remember angelfire? so yeah, 8 minutes 10 secs of "trailer" or whatever on youtube click the pic... nnngh, production delays...
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