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see url The Volvo Truck video made me cringe. Ugh. I don’t like thinking about Van Damme’s crotch. And I’m really not in the business for Volvo Trucks anyway, and never will be.
go Photoshop Live was cute, but did it really show me what was so cool about Photoshop? No. It just made me realize I probably couldn’t do any of those features as well as the bloke in the van with the pen tablet. And I went to art school. So I felt disconnected.
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