Before I begin, I must say that I have no idea why I ended up on The Daily Mail website ("MailOnline") and I can't be bothered to look through my history either to see how and why, but whilst on there I tottled into their Science section for all articles to do with, well, Science and Technology. And I saw one article that caught my attention.
Take a look at this picture I took yesterday and tell me if you can see any text wrote on it?
Unless you've got the eye of a hawk, then the answer will probably be no. However there *is* text on there. And I'll also tell you how to achieve this quick and simple way, which you could use if you create images yourself and don't want others taking credit for them - without having to plaster your image with visible text.
Ok, so you'll need an image, I will use... [read more]
So this song has been going round in my head and I thought I would share what I can remember :)
Friendship is a golden thread
Weaving through our life, it binds us together
Through each day that ...
Emma (18th February 21:15)
did you give up your program?
if so, that is so bad.
the program was very convenient....
tattan (18th January 10:45)
God bless you and f*** Microsoft!
Plamen Stoyanov (10th January 16:56)
Evan (11th December 18:28)
Your website can show more than 200 photo? until 4000 like dhmIMG software?
djs (4th December 14:33)