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 Post subject: Re: Pen Tablet help? (Wacom)
PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 5:58 am 
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absolutely correct, Solid. These young whippersnappers don't appreciate that simple solutions are frequently best.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 2:52 pm 
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I am a Senior in college so I've been through all the tech waves, from the original tablets, Mac Books, to the Net Books we have now. The fundamentals of listening in class and jotting down needed info is detracted by the use of technology.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 3:57 pm 
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i laugh at the idea of custom made pens. But deffinately, my taste:
Pen Tablet > mechanical pencils > pen > wood pencil
just like:
Typed notes > written notes > guided notes > none at all
again, just a personal oppinion.

BUT ANYWAY
even if it's just to draw at home, i need a replacement for a pen for my Intuos. Any advice?

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:01 pm 
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I like typing my notes, but it feels like something is lost in translation.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 6:37 am 
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Stumblebee wrote:
I like typing my notes, but it feels like something is lost in translation.


I type more than twice as fast as i write, not to mention the legibility

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:15 am 
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Bubbles wrote:
i laugh at the idea of custom made pens. But deffinately, my taste:
Pen Tablet > mechanical pencils > pen > wood pencil
just like:
Typed notes > written notes > guided notes > none at all
again, just a personal oppinion.

BUT ANYWAY
even if it's just to draw at home, i need a replacement for a pen for my Intuos. Any advice?


Nowhere in my post have i said or inferred these pens are custom-made. In fact they are exactly the opposite.

You need the work on your reading comprehension/logical reasoning skills young man, or you will score badly on your SATs and go to community college. As you grow older you'll find people stop making fun of you for being stupid - they'll pretend you don't exist, and you'll have no idea you did something wrong. Be glad I'm laying the hammer on you.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 1:26 pm 
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solid wrote:
Nowhere in my post have i said or inferred these pens are custom-made. In fact they are exactly the opposite.

You need the work on your reading comprehension/logical reasoning skills young man, or you will score badly on your SATs and go to community college. As you grow older you'll find people stop making fun of you for being stupid - they'll pretend you don't exist, and you'll have no idea you did something wrong. Be glad I'm laying the hammer on you.


I did not say you said they were custom-made, however the link provided gave me the idea that those pens were. I guess I just didn't look at the site long enough. Though that is a good thing to keep in mind about the human nature, so thanks for that. Coincidentally, when I took the ACT for the first time 10 days ago, the reading section was the closest call for not having enough time (I had about 90 seconds left).

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ACTs are a joke. Start preparing for the PSAT, and then the real SAT.

Identify your SAT II early so you can begin preparing with little or no stress.

Identify your interests by sophomore year and get active in clubs.

God damn I feel like a college admissions counselor.

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Notice the stance that the Solid takes when in maximum troll mode. The powerful legs ready to spring at any small inconsistency in his adversary's testimonies. Such a beautiful species.

Note: Took the ACT, scored high enough (24), but I'd really like to take it once more, totally prepared.

Not having a graphing calculator really hurt my score.

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solid wrote:
ACTs are a joke. Start preparing for the PSAT, and then the real SAT.

Identify your SAT II early so you can begin preparing with little or no stress.

Identify your interests by sophomore year and get active in clubs.

God damn I feel like a college admissions counselor.


I have yet to hear about the SAT prep stuff. I'm taking the ACT minmum 2 more times -- i'm about to end my FRESHMAN year lol. Also, as far as interests, I want to major in Music Performace Percussion, and possibly minor in Music Composition. Also, if music doesnt work out for whatever reason (if i lose a limb? -- you never know what'll happen tomorrow) I will major in game design of some sort. Probably either 3d modeling or programming

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