Glen Barrington

Glen Barrington

Lives in United States Springfield, IL, United States
Works as a Retired
Joined on Mar 21, 2003
About me:

I look good fat, I'm gonna look good old. . .

Glen Barrington's recent activity

  • Replied in I Hope ...
    Well, thank you for the kind words!
  • There's the magic of my posts, I'm killing people's spirit with kindness.  As Groucho Marx once said, "The secret of success is sincerity, learn to fake that, and you've got it made." :-x
  • Replied in Well, how am I?
    going to make my miserable life seem tolerable if I don't attack people.  "Ideas" can't admire just how "put together" I seem!  Without other people's pain and envy, I am nothing!
  • Replied in Lovely! n/t
  • Windows is a great desktop offering but after working with both Linux and Windows versions of Teradata, I am firmly in the camp of preferring Windows for the users, and Linux for the back end. Usin ...
  • Just change the types of things you shoot! I too am 68, and in the process of setting up a home studio. I hope to do portraits, and other indoor type photography. I'm still physically fit (I spend ...
  • Replied in ACDSee Standard
    In the article below, I describe how to use smart collections and give a brief description of searching with the ACDSee photo manager. There is also now a NEW version for the Mac rewritten from the ...
  • First of all, because one can find all levels of complexity in either type of camera. And secondly, I'm willing to bet not all users of automatic transmissions suck at using manual.  Me, for ...
  • There are some minor connectivity improvements in 2018 version, and a few 'nice' improvements, but in truth, the photo management portion of ACDSee is extremely mature at this point.   I doubt you ...
  • Replied in ACDSee Standard
    A small-ish footprint, raw display (without raw development), superb connectivity to both ACDSee's proprietary online storage, other online storage services, and social media, good color ...
  • I'm good either way. Or even if BOTH designs go away, and all that's left are smartphones with microscopic sensors.  It's the PICTURES that count, not the damn gear.
  • without that definition as a starting point, all the 'expert opinion' is the world is just so much hot air.
  • Replied in I have NO idea.
    There doesn't seem to be much I can do about it anyway besides apply whatever patches appear.  Which I do anyway regardless of spectre. Replacing your existing gear doesn't really seem to be an ...
  • @BillBently - another overused word is genius. The truth is, there just aren't that many of us geniuses in the world.

  • no, you just get downgraded from sucking, to Really Sucking.

  • It would be impossible to be as good a photographer as I think I am. Just sayin' I'm that good.

  • I have to agree I've never had a problem with the native gmail app.  It syncs with everything, even my Gear S3 Frontier watch.  I can't say that with Outlook.  That being said, I'm pretty old ...
  • I have a paid copy of Version 5, and was upgraded for free when V6 was released.  All paid users get 1 free upgrade.  I will have to pay for Version 7, that is more than fair in my eyes. Version 5 ...
  • Unfortunately, we have voted as a global culture to allow that sort of prying in exchange for the conveniences the big online vendors offer.  At this point, it doesn't matter if we don't like the ...
  • Plus, I notice you don't have ACDSee Pro or Ultimate on your list. It is the only product that can compete with LIghtroom in terms of a combination of photo management (faster, just as complete), ...
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