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    New Device for Drawing

    I got myself something new for designing furniture. It's inexpensive, boots up in no time, it's fast and intuitive to use. It's also very low in power consumption. The only downside is the lack of memory. You can see it and one of my drawings here.
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    Well at least copy & paste works.
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    Very cool, Dave. Looks to be state of the art. I understand the Bullwinkle edition has more RAM, though.
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    Darn! I shoulda done more research.
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    Aw man, Doug. Now you're gonna get the Etch-A-Sketch vs. Magic Slate war started here again. Those are worse than the Windows vs. Mac arguments.
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    Well it's been a little slow here lately. No ClearVue vs Oneida or EZ vs Festool fights going on so I thought I'd provoke something.
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    Been there. Done that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    I got myself something new for designing furniture. It's inexpensive, boots up in no time, it's fast and intuitive to use. It's also very low in power consumption. The only downside is the lack of memory. You can see it and one of my drawings.
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    Hi Dave ,
    This is the way I first read this. As you can see, I eliminated the here,(mentally) from your post and thought it to be an excellent post. Very creative!!!!!!!! Then after I read some of the ensueing responses and coming back to your original, I see you had added a here to your writings. I clicked on that and voila, it was a link.
    Either way, thanks for sharing.
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    Bubba, I hope you liked it. I would have posted the image instead of the link but I was hoping for some suspense.

    Bart figured out the C&P right away.

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    And sometimes on where ever the idea strikes me.
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