Are you interested?

Hi one and all I was wondering if you stampers were interested in have
a place where we can all post pictures of our creations? I am willing
to set up a winkflash site if you are all interested. We could all add
to the site and we could all access the winkflash account. Let me know
what you think and I will set one up.
I hope that you are all having a great time getting ready for this
holiday season and are stamping up a storm.
Inky Huggz,
Missy Olson
Angel #1754
North Branch, MN
Check out The Angel Company catalog on my website:
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Yes, I'm interested in doing something like that but is it expensive? Can mac users use it? Is there a better site, anyone. I don¹t know anything about this so please excuse the questions.
SAD
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Wave Jumper
I am also interested and would use it if it's free. I'm currently posting to yahoo photos. It's wonderful of you to volunteer to set something up that would be group-specific.
Another option that rec.crafts.textiles.needlework did was to create a Yahoo group entitled RCTN-Photos that rctn members could join and then post pics of their work in albums.
Whatever is set up I will use!
--Barbara
> Hi one and all I was wondering if you stampers were interested in have > a place where we can all post pictures of our creations? I am willing > to set up a winkflash site if you are all interested. We could all add > to the site and we could all access the winkflash account. Let me know > what you think and I will set one up. > > I hope that you are all having a great time getting ready for this > holiday season and are stamping up a storm. > > Inky Huggz, > > Missy Olson > Angel #1754 > North Branch, MN > Check out The Angel Company catalog on my website: >
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Okay so in reading another post about this group, it says that this is a text only group. However, in doing some research on a couple of other google groups that I belong to, we can have a group that will allow us to download scans and such. If I understand what I read correctly, this group was put together back in 1998 and the those that put it together are no longer on this group. If I read it correctly. What they pretty much said was that this group is unmoderated.
So would any of you that would like to see pictures and make this group a little more active, be interested in possibly joining another group that we have those capabilities? I am not trying to take anything over I just know how I love to see everyone's talents and would love to have the capability so pc and mac users can see it.
So, what I am proposing is to host another group and give you all the opportunity to share. I do not want to take away from this group, it is just a thought. What do you think?
Inky Huggz,
Missy Olson Angel #1754 North Branch, MN Check out The Angel Company catalog on my website:
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If somebody sets up a Google Group that is not a Usenet newsgroup (rec.crafts.rubberstamping is a Usenet newsgroup) then a significant portion of the readership will not have *Usenet* access to that group. Google Groups, for example, only exist on the Google site, and the user interface is controlled by Google. This is also true of other web-based forums.
A Usenet newsgroup is transmitted to hundreds of thousands of news servers worldwide, and any newsreader software (like Agent, gnews, or the reader in Outlook Express or Thunderbird) can access it. Either rec.crafts.rubberstamps or rec.crafts.scrapbooks (I forget which) was originally a Google-only group that was later accepted into Usenet. I didn't read it until after it was a Usenet newsgroup, and would not likely read a group that was not in Usenet.
Other newsgroups have a practice of their members having a free website where they can post photos of their artwork (or whatever). A popular one is webshots, but Flikr is also a possibility. A member will just put a link in his/her signature line that resolves to his/her website. I have a scrapbook site, but over the holidays plan to add some of my rubberstamping.
Gina
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Thanks for your input. Wish I knew how to do that, it looks like it would be fun. I guess I could try...maybe after the new year. It will be my resolution for the year...or first month of the year anyway.
Your album pages are wonderful. I need to start several albums but haven't got the nerve. My picture storage boxes go back 42 years and they aren't organized either! :-(
SAD
On 12/19/06 9:59 AM, in article em99a6$25p$ snipped-for-privacy@murdoch.acc.Virginia.EDU, "Gina
> If somebody sets up a Google Group that is not a Usenet newsgroup > (rec.crafts.rubberstamping is a Usenet newsgroup) then a significant > portion of the readership will not have *Usenet* access to that group. > Google Groups, for example, only exist on the Google site, and the user > interface is controlled by Google. This is also true of other web-based > forums. > > A Usenet newsgroup is transmitted to hundreds of thousands of news servers > worldwide, and any newsreader software (like Agent, gnews, or the reader in > Outlook Express or Thunderbird) can access it. Either > rec.crafts.rubberstamps or rec.crafts.scrapbooks (I forget which) was > originally a Google-only group that was later accepted into Usenet. I > didn't read it until after it was a Usenet newsgroup, and would not likely > read a group that was not in Usenet. > > Other newsgroups have a practice of their members having a free website > where they can post photos of their artwork (or whatever). A popular one is > webshots, but Flikr is also a possibility. A member will just put a link in > his/her signature line that resolves to his/her website. I have a scrapbook > site, but over the holidays plan to add some of my rubberstamping. > > Gina >
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After some thought, I think I have to agree with Gina that it might not be a good idea to disband the usenet group entirely. My vote would be to keep the conversation here, but create a site where members can post pictures to share, whether in the form of a second google group similar to what rec.crafts.textiles.needlework did or the winkflash site Misty originally proposed or something else. Then all we'd have to do is post and say "check out my new creations in the December folder on ."
Just my two cents, Barbara
> If somebody sets up a Google Group that is not a Usenet newsgroup > (rec.crafts.rubberstamping is a Usenet newsgroup) then a significant > portion of the readership will not have *Usenet* access to that group. > Google Groups, for example, only exist on the Google site, and the user > interface is controlled by Google. This is also true of other web-based forums. > > A Usenet newsgroup is transmitted to hundreds of thousands of news servers > worldwide, and any newsreader software (like Agent, gnews, or the reader in > Outlook Express or Thunderbird) can access it. Either > rec.crafts.rubberstamps or rec.crafts.scrapbooks (I forget which) was > originally a Google-only group that was later accepted into Usenet. I > didn't read it until after it was a Usenet newsgroup, and would not likely > read a group that was not in Usenet. > > Other newsgroups have a practice of their members having a free website > where they can post photos of their artwork (or whatever). A popular one is > webshots, but Flikr is also a possibility. A member will just put a link in > his/her signature line that resolves to his/her website. I have a scrapbook > site, but over the holidays plan to add some of my rubberstamping. > > Gina >
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