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Forever is a direct sales company focused on digital storage and photographic products. It follows a direct sales business model with Ambassadors who promote its product and services. Forever has a lot of the positive aspects from Creative Memories without … Continue reading
At Forever Live, I learned more about the Indigo printing process that Forever uses to produce photo books. Specifically, Forever uses a six color production process that produces improved color but is rarely used for consumer products. Six-color printing is … Continue reading
As I was driving my Ford Fusion down a city street, about to turn into Costco, the right front wheel fell off my car. I lost control of the car, and it came screeching to a halt. Fortunately, I was … Continue reading
The March for Science will take place April 22, 2017 in Washington, D.C., St. Paul, MN, and elsewhere. This march is not for just Democrats or Republicans. Instead, it is a non-political march designed to highlight the importance of science … Continue reading
Fortunately, I live in Minnesota and ballot selfies are legal here. I voted this morning, wanted a record of my participation in the election, and now I have it. I just have to wait until this evening to find out the … Continue reading
Note: I wrote the attached post November 13, 2015 but did not publish it because of the court case related to the Creative Memories employee stock ownership plan. The judge that presided over the case now concluded that the potential … Continue reading
Free topographical maps for incorporating in photo books and other projects are available from National Geographic at http://www.natgeomaps.com/trail-maps/pdf-quads. These maps are sized well for an 8×10 photo panel, an 8.5×11 photo book, or other similar project.