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PF is tweaked - are you having a seizure?! Sorry. Well... the point is, actually, I'm inspired by old school 4 color photocopies, where you put the paper through 4 times using a different ink color, using a different source image for each color. Thats how I used to do it. I haven't been in a copy store for a long time, so I don't even know if you can do that anymore.

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in the 80's i did a lot of silkscreen work. inevitable, as you wrote above, in a multiple color print the register would shift between pulls of various inks. i see that same effect in your graphics. i get it. i like it.

you and ms. keough have successfully shifted the "old fashioned" zine format, and content, into digital media. this is "electronic outsider" art. kudos. i don't doubt your "vision" for a moment.

i meant to suggest one thing, and one thing only: while the background.jpg makes a very strong visual statement, it also makes it more difficult [for me] to focus on the text. and i think that it's really only the high-contrast of the black/white pattern that's affecting me...

maybe i will refrain from further commentary, make "ralph curtains" for my computer monitor -- letting them hide the borders of the page when i read PF -- and then everyone will be happy.

you guys rule.

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