Then and Now

Jobs 2010
Fowles 1989
Stroebel 1972
Langford 2007
Mangano 2010

Underneath that protective covering, the top item is an iPad.

While reading the manual for his new camera on the iPad, DH finds that his older books provide excellent adjunct information.

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No reason for this variation; I just liked it. ;->

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4 Responses to Then and Now

  1. I sort of like it to. I have a roll of b&w film to be developed, but there are so few places nearby that will do it, and I have to drive across town.

    • judilyn says:

      Bummer! I used to send my slide work away to get them developed back on the eighties. Maybe there are mail places. You might try calling the place where you take the film now and ask if they have mail envelopes. The postage would probably be less costly than the gas to drive there, especially if you don’t have other errands nearby. Also check Google for possible places. I sent my film to California – from Florida.

  2. Bev says:

    Not only do the older books provide excellent adjunct information, they also provide something to elevate the iPad or for it to lean against if necessary. 😉

    • judilyn says:

      There was just something about the way the stack looked on the counter that pleased me. I didn’t adjust anything, although I was sorely tempted to make the books more disparate. The juxtapositioning of the two black books – hard to differentiate between them. The cover on the iPad allows it to be placed in many positions, so the books are amongst the unemployed in that regard! Beautiful day today! ;->

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