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Kelly Ford
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Developer of XMod Pro for DotNetNuke, Web developer and photographer
Developer of XMod Pro for DotNetNuke, Web developer and photographer

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Space Nerds Unite!  As many of you know, a group of private scientists crowdfunded a project to recover the ISEE-3 satellite which was still broadcasting data. Well, now Google is making it possible to "hop on board" and follow the satellite in real time as it zooms by the moon! 

Check it out at http://spacecraftforall.com/
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If you're looking for e-commerce on the DNN Platform, you should definitely checkout Hotcakes.
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I've been spending too much time behind the keyboard lately and have an itchy shutter finger. I'm longing to head outdoors and capture more images like this one which I've titled "Let there be Light". Hope you enjoy it.
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Very Jazzed. I begin my trip tomorrow. I'll be going out with awesome  Northwest landscape photographer Chip Phillips.  He has some amazing images. Here's hoping for great (or at least dramatic) weather :)
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We released the new DNNDev.com a week-ago Monday. We released a new feature for the site this past Monday. And now we're releasing a brand-spanking new version of XMod Pro - and it's not even Monday yet!  Check out all the additions, changes, and bug fixes here
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Great news. Just found out I've been accepted as a Collection Photographer by the World Photography Organisation (WPO). This means my images will be available to galleries and agencies around the world.  [FYI: WPO puts on the Sony World Photography awards each year]
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Projecting movies onto a white screen or wall has been done before, so Brian Maffitt tried projecting onto the swirling snow of a blizzard. See photos of his experiment on Wired: http://bit.ly/U9Ka5e.
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Because it's obvious doesn't make it less true...
These days, in our materialistic culture, many people are led to believe that money is the ultimate source of happiness. Consequently, when they don’t have enough of it they feel let down. Therefore, it is important to let people know that they have the source of contentment and happiness within themselves, and that it is related to nurturing our natural inner values.
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