PHOTO ALBUM MAKING MACHINE - 3965 POWERED BY COPPERMINE PHOTO GALLERY.
Photo Album Making Machine
- A photographic album, or photo album, is a collection of photographs, generally in a book. Some albums have compartments which the photos may be slipped into; other albums have heavy paper with a sticky surface covered with clear plastic sheets, in which photos can be put.
- Photo Album is a compilation DVD released in 2005 that contains all eight of Nickelback's music videos released up to that date. The first seven videos had already been released on the previous DVD The Videos.
- The Photo Album is the third studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on October 9, 2001, on Barsuk Records.
- Money made; earnings or profit
- Essential qualities or ingredients needed for something
- devising: the act that results in something coming to be; "the devising of plans"; "the fashioning of pots and pans"; "the making of measurements"; "it was already in the making"
- qualification: an attribute that must be met or complied with and that fits a person for something; "her qualifications for the job are excellent"; "one of the qualifications for admission is an academic degree"; "she has the makings of fine musician"
- (usually plural) the components needed for making or doing something; "the recipe listed all the makings for a chocolate cake"
- The process of making or producing something
photo album making machine - YourStory -
YourStory - Glue Strips for book binding -12in. - 6/pk
Make your own books and albums! Designed with creativity and flexibility in mind, these glue strips allow you to create your own album covers in any size. These 12" glue strips can be cut for shorter books, doubled for wider spines, or cut in half for thinner spines. To use: Cut glue strip(s) 1/8" shorter than album cover on each end, (that's a total of 1/4 inch shorter than the book spine). Remove adhesive backing and place glue strip in center of spine. Don't use glue strip without a album cover.
Brewer's Sewing Machines
Through work, I came across this small family-run shop in Wolverhampton that's celebrating 50 years’ trading this year, and being nosy I got chatting with them about the shop's history... Brewer’s Sewing Machines, on Dudley Road in Blakenhall, is owned and run by a lovely couple, Kathleen and Alan Harvey, with the help of their son Keith. The business, specialising in sewing machines, spares and repairs, was originally set up by Kath’s parents - Linda and Roland Brewer - in 1958. (Apparently Linda is celebrating her 100th birthday on Sunday (10 February 2008) with a family party, more sedate than last year’s celebrations when she took her first helicopter ride! Roland passed away in the early seventies). Kath joined the business after leaving school and when Alan married into the family he too started working for the business, earning ?3 a week. Over time Kath’s brother and sister have also worked there. When they retire Kath and Alan hope to keep the business in the family and pass it on to Keith. The business originally started in another premises on Dudley Road, but moved to this shop in 1972 after that building was demolished to make way for a major road. At one point Brewer’s expanded with two other shops, in West Bromwich and Great Bridge, but these have long since gone, as has the fleet of vans. The current building was previously occupied by the Co-op, and the Brewers made use the narrow shelving - once filled with groceries - to display sewing machines. Taking a closer look inside the shop, even the fittings for racks to hang meat in the window are still visible. At one time there were 14 sewing machine shops in Wolverhampton, now they are the only one for miles around. These were the days when Brewer’s used to sell 50-100 machines at a time, now many of the local manufacturing companies have closed. Kath described how in the past local people used to make clothes out of necessity but now many of her customers are hobbyists or schools/colleges from across the midlands. The shop also has a regular flow of local people coming in to stock up on supplies including threads and scissors. It is a sign of our times that many of Brewers’ customers are now choosing to customise clothes they have bought on the high street as it is cheaper than making them. Through textiles courses run in local schools and colleges, many young students are now having the opportunity to explore the capabilities of these modern sewing machines to create works of art using stitches. The technologically-advanced machines are virtually unrecognisable to the basic stitching machines of yesteryear, and the results very much more decorative. Kath explained how the people who use these machines now are more like artists, downloading graphics and programming their machines to sew. Brewer’s has survived by moving with the times; they even have a website to compete in an increasingly demanding marketplace. But perhaps it is Alan’s role, repairing the sewing machines, that has changed the most as he now has to carry out electronic repairs in addition to the mechanical maintenance he used to carry out in the early days. Looking through the old photo albums with Kath and Alan, it is obvious how much the business and area have changed. As one of the longest serving businesses, Brewer’s has seen Dudley Road evolve and businesses come and go. Like Brewer’s, Dudley Road has also responded to what customers want and, unlike some suburban high streets, the road is now thriving with over 70 independent shops including specialist Asian sweet, fabric and jewellery shops.
Steampunk Victrola Wood Model of The Science Fiction Verbal and Music Machine 2
Instead of flat modern plate albums or Edison drums this even older classic used Verbal Cones to record sounds even outside of the normal human range. A standard item in the Library of Yor that contained tens of thousands of recordings from across time. The metal mesh of the speaker modulated the sounds to create subtleties not present in the most modern of CD equipment... This creation is about 3 3/4" high by about 3 1/4" wide (reminder there are 2 1/2 cm in an inch). Made almost 100% from wood unless stated otherwise (I sometimes use tiny amounts of other things) I use paint and many finishes, often metallic, and make sure a lot of details shine through, often even the wood grain itself despite high tech themes. They maintain an often retro, sometimes even rustic look and feel to them, like an "olde worlde" toy or something (some more so than others ... I am told that surprisingly many do not even look like they are wood, but like metal or some manmade material... you can usually tell by the photos). Made of Wood! Part of my "Retro Tech" line ... I build a lot of different things like ray guns, robots, rocket ships, flying saucers, other machines, telescopes and more in many different formats from full size prop replicas to miniatures, Christmas ornaments, jewelry, pendants, etc ... see my main site found through my profile which has many more photos and information. I do a lot of classic looks, but am expanding into more modern and a lot of steampunk, too!
photo album making machine
The newest installment of Road Trips, titled "From Egypt With Love", is culled from the Dead's five-night run at Winterland a month after they returned from their triumphant journey to Cairo. Each night, the band treated hometown fans to a slide-show of their travels. At two of the concerts, Hamza El Din joined the Dead for versions of "Ollin Arageed" to summon even more of the flavor of Egypt. Other special guests during the run included harmonica ace Lee Oskar (of War) and guitarist John Cipollina (of Quicksilver Messenger Service).
Road Trips Vol. 1 No. 4 includes...
- Two CDs of music drawn from two of the five shows - October 21 and 22, 1978
- Audio lovingly mastered (in HDCD) by Jeffrey Norman
- Long-lost photos and eye-opening liner notes by Blair Jackson
3. Stagger Lee
4. I Need A Miracle
5. Got My Mojo Working
6. The Other One
7. Stella Blue
8. Sugar Magnolia
9. U.S. Blues
1. Ollin Arageed
4. Jack Straw
5. Scarlet Begonias
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. Not Fade Away
8. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad