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    Kodak Picture CD v 7.0  echo $newRAM;
    added Wed May 11 2005 at 6:24 PM
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    My roommate ordered a Kodak Picture CD last week, and I've been trying to get it to work for several days. My final conclusion is that the data on the CD must have been corrupted somehow, maybe because of a bad burn. The CD comes with its own software for viewing the images, which fails to run. I looked online to see if there was any information documenting problems with it, and I found an old support document stating that the program did not support Windows XP. I wrote Kodak and asked what they suggested I use to view the images, because the images wouldn't load by themselves, either. I also did not want to install any Kodak viewers, because I read several places documenting troubles with uninstalling Kodak's software. I just barely reformatted my hard drive, I really don't want to clutter my OS right off the bat.

    I got a pretty standard reply from their tech support. They were nice enough, but they gave me the normal "learn how to use your computer" answer. I really didn't need to have them tell me to copy the JPGs and view them from a third party image viewer, I already tried with several other programs. Irfanview, Window's Image Preview, and Photoshop. A few of the images can be viewed, but they are pretty well mangled (psychedelic colors with spots that resemble the original image). I'm posting the images here and I'll send a link to the tech support people. I'll keep you posted as to what they have to say about it.

    Random words generated  echo $newRAM;
    added Wed May 11 2005 at 6:51 PM
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    I finall found something that can ramble even better than I can. I typed "Random words generated" into this site and got the following paragraph that makes about as much sense as Green Beans (which, by the way, is still one of my favorite entries... maybe I should do that more often. Stop groaning).
    random words generated by the Workshop participants: will be able to do is. to look at the new York State Department of Health and Human Services system for the Indian Ocean and the atmosphere are the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere. are the final AUTHORITY in all matters of policy and management is a major cause of cancer, deaths in the United states House of Representatives more) than any other Vendor or service provider will be responsible for the quality of Life research Unit University of Liverpool, is a city of Neighborhoods.

    Try typing in a few yourself. Some are *very* entertaining. And they change over time, because Google changes over time. So you may never be able to repeat the same one I just posted, but it may be even better next time.