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Thought it might be fun to see what the salespeople used to sell Cathy 34 years ago as we head into the final week.
Posted by John Glynn on September 27, 2010 | Permalink
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I believe what you posted was actuallly very reasonable. However, what about this? suppose you added a little information? I am not saying your information is nnot solid., however whjat if you added a headline that grabbed a person's attention? I mean Laugh Tracks: First week of Cathy is a little vanilla. You might look at Yahoo's frojt page and note how they create article titles tto grab viewrrs interested. You might add a video or a related pic or two to grab readers excited about everything've got to say. In my opinion, it would bring your blog a little livelier.
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September 13, 2013 at 10:18 PM
Point well taken. But then again, I don't think they should run much transit in mixed traffic at all--that is, if there's any traffic to speak of.
But, I could see some situations where giving the streetcar dedicated right of way could happen in the future, just like creating a bus lane. At least streetcar is cheaper than heavier rail to alter and expand, and even a short, bad stretch only popular among yuppies and tourists (read: Portland) can be the beginning of a network that gets better over time. But, I really have no hope for the U.S. until I see Rasengleise ;D
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October 14, 2011 at 07:59 PM
What a fun pattern! It's great to hear from you and see what you've sent up to. All of the projects look great! You make it so simple to this.Thanks!
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September 10, 2011 at 08:44 PM
I love the whimsical, loose feeling of this early artwork. It has so much character. It really must've stood out as original and uniquely personal in '76.
September 27, 2010 at 09:24 AM
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