Dene Grigar
Since 2003
Works in Dallas United States of America

Dene Grigar teaches at Texas Woman?s University, specializing in new media, rhetoric and literature. Her book New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways In and About Electronic Environments speculates about the ways writing and thinking change when moved to electronic environments. Founder of Nouspace and recipient of the 2001 Innovation in Academia Award at TWU in the field of computer science, she attended the 2001 NEH Summer Seminar, led by N. Katherine Hayles, on the topic of electronic literature. In 2004, she completed a 2-year post-doctoral study with the Planetary Colleguim (University of Plymouth) in new media.
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Re: Feds and Adobe forbid you from scanning currency

Does anyone else cringe when while booting up PS you get the message
that it is transmitting info to Adobe but that the information does NOT
contain personal information? "Yeah right."

I now use PS on a computer not connected to the internet. I am not
making "currency" or doing anything else illegal, but I darn sure do
not like interconnectivity I have no control over.


On Monday, January 12, 2004, at 01:12 PM, motion rush wrote:

> Wait... does this mean I can sell my versions of PS on ebay titled:
> " great for duplicating USD bills, not even the feds will know NO
> better yet,..... wait a few days you'll see a cracked version which
> lets you make bills from our country as well as plugins for any
> european bills too !!!!!!
> lol.. thanks twhid.
> regards
> yury
> p.s. why can't my window face the front of FIT!!!!!!!!!!!!
>> From: "t.whid" <>
>> Reply-To: "t.whid" <>
>> To:
>> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: Feds and Adobe forbid you from scanning currency
>> Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 13:21:47 -0500
>> The really disgusting thing about this that Adobe didn't inform their
>> customers.
>> Another reason to stick with Photoshop 7?
>> ===
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