ACCORDING TO Google Earth, this giant target was created somewhere in the Nevada desert.
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LAST WEEK’S WHATZIT is “the clock” at Grand Central Station in the heart of New York City.
Here’s the full photo:
And here’s a full view of the interior of Grand Central, with the clock at the center near the bottom:
BONUS QUESTION: In a popular animated film from about a dozen years ago, one of the lead characters gets his head stuck in the clock. What is the name of that movie? And what is the name of that character?
And…what is this?
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I STOLE THIS from Kevin Slimp’s Facebook page. Thanks to my loving bride, Julia, for bringing it to my attention and grabbing a screen shot.
So…what’s wrong here?
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A TAB CENTERSPREAD is a great canvas on which to place a winning design. Think of it: a space the width of two full pages…and you can run type and visuals right across the center! It’s a designer’s dream.
Here’s an example of what you can do with that spread. It’s from Scott Brings Plenty at the Cherokee One Feather.
Here’s Scott’s note: