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Jeremy Schiffer
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A kitchen

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Thu, Mar 23 2006, 11:18PM

Every once in awhile when I get to play with a DSL connection I visit the images area and see everyone's beautiful work. Thought I'd share.

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Postby Brian Bauer » Fri, Mar 24 2006, 1:11AM

That is one nice looking kitchen my man, it is nice to see what everyone else does. i need to get some pics of mine out for people to see.
Keep up the great work jeremy

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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Fri, Mar 24 2006, 8:39PM

Thanks Brian... I'd love to see some of your work too!
This was the upstairs kitchen in a lake house. They have one downstairs to match. And 5 vanities. Oh, and they only visit the house on weekends. :roll:
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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Mar 25 2006, 7:52AM

How long did it take you to upload that Jeremy? I know your dialup kills you for uploads and such.

By the way, my friend at Alltel says that they are planning on bringing DSL to your area but can't say when. That tells me that it actually isn't on the schedule currently. You may have to move, dude :wink: .

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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Sun, Mar 26 2006, 9:27PM

It took about 3-4 minutes to upload those pics. I try to keep file size to a minimum. For an 800 pixel wide picture, around 60-65kb is plenty enough detail. I can handle that, but most pics uploaded are 100-200kb or more, and several of those on a page is a good 10 minute wait. I'm not a patient person. :evil:

And trust me, I'm not holding my breath on the DSL thing. Carnesville technically has DSL, but I don't live in Carnesville, I only have a Carnesville address. Homer technically has DSL, but I don't live in Homer, I only have a Homer phone number. I got lost through the cracks here! :wall:
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