White on Black vs Black on White
DBReview apparently copy rights its efforts by using Black on White text since printing articles uses up black ink by the quart and leave pages very damp, only kidding? I used to copy desired text to keep or read casually by pasting it in my email program and sending to myself , which gave me black on white. The new format fixed that since emailing does not now work.
I subscribe to three photography and two computer magazines which are read with valuable articles marked for future cutting and filing. DPR precludes anything but bookmarking info of value. It is a valuable site but used to be better IMHO.
"There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer." - Ansel Adams
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