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Rachel Watters
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Lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia
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To all Creative Cloud (CC) users:

InDesign files created in CC are not backward compatible (by default).

Here's a link that provides you with the how-to's of making sure all your CC files are backward compatible should you ever decide to go off the cloud.

Summary: Save all Illustrator files as "Legacy Formats" and export all InDesign files to ".idml" format.

And do it BEFORE you cancel your CC subscription or the trial period runs out!
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An article from the NY Times about Russia's anti-gay laws. I don't understand how it can be legal to treat people like this just because they're gay or lesbian (or suspected of being gay/lesbian).

It's not right. And more people need to be talking about it.
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A somewhat simple way to stop people in your circles from seeing all the stuff you hit "+1" on. 
 
WTF Now???

/ start rant

Dear +Google . One of the reasons I am on G+ and not on facebook is because there is no post to all of the people who follow me every time I plus someone's post. I plus a lot of posts. I will consider it one of the worst forms of spam there is if my stream gets filled with posts saying "so and so plussed this post".

I believe I have adjusted my settings so that I do not spam all of the people in my extended circles. I ask you +Google  to reconsider this change. One of the big attractions of G+ is that it is different.

/ end rant

For those who feel like I do, follow this link to learn how to adjust your settings. Disclaimer: The help seemed to be accurate for my browser version. I could not find the location it mentioned in the Android. I have no idea about accuracy of the IOS instructions.

Here's the link: http://bit.ly/12WPGqb

#googleplusupdate  
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It's almost like if Google+ wants to become the network of stalkers e_e
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A piglet and ice cream...what more does one need?
 
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Excellent article about confirmation bias. I love reading about how the human brain works.

It's fascinating. 
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The kitteh tries so hard!
 
"RawWWrR ...take that you you ...DOORFRAME!"
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Extraterrestrial bacon, perhaps? 
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Like the Walking Dead?

Check out this cool behind-the-scenes comic editorial.
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Check out these posters of things people say, but don't mean. Quite amusing, and great design work to boot.

Also, I've probably said every single one of these at some point.

#keepingitreal #lulz   

UPDATE: Here's the artist's website (she makes a new poster every day): http://dailydishonesty.com/
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I've never wanted a duck more than I do right now. Gah.
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Okay, maybe I just like the idea of having a duck. :-)
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Some neat photo ideas for summer.
 
Feel like flexing your creative muscles? @DCamMag offers nine photographic challenges for July. http://ow.ly/mJwgx
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Student with a disability gets a new class photo.
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Have her in circles
747 people
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Work
Occupation
Run my own photography and design business
Employment
  • University of New Brunswick
    Stewardship Writer and Researcher, 2010 - 2011
  • NBCCD
    Research Coordinator, 2009 - 2010
  • Fredericton Community Foundation
    Research Assistant, 2009 - 2009
  • Communications New Brunswick
    Graphic Designer/Photography Ass't, 2003 - 2009
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Previously
Halifax, Nova Scotia - Fredericton, New Brunswick - Vancouver, British Columbia
Story
Tagline
Was born. Am still alive. Love bacon. Take photographs.
Introduction
Now, this is the story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside down, and I'd like to take a minute - just sit right there - I'll tell you how I became the princess of a town called Fredericton. In York County, born and raised, on the playground was where I spent most of my days. Chillin' out, maxin', relaxin' all cool and shootin some b-ball outside of Liverpool school, when a couple of girls (who were up to no good) started making trouble in my neighborhood! I got in one little fight and my mom got scared. She said, "Here's some bacon to ease all your pain."

And the peasants rejoiced.
Bragging rights
Have eaten entire packs of bacon, finishing my Master's, know every word of every Friends episode, presented my thesis at Congress 2011
Education
  • University of New Brunswick
    Interdisciplinary, 2009 - present
  • NBCCD
    Graphic Design, 2007 - 2009
  • Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) University
    Photography, 2001 - 2004
  • St. Thomas University
    Arts, 1999 - 2000
  • Fredericton High School
    N/A, 1996 - 1999
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Gender
Female
Looking for
Friends, Networking
Birthday
July 25
I bought a TV stand from them a year ago and just went back a few months ago to get a coffee table and they remembered me after all that time. Everyone who works there is incredibly nice and very helpful. Not to mention that the prices are great and the furniture is very trendy. Can't wait till I am able to get a new bed and some night stands from them. :-)
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
This is a great place for a cheap (and yummy) hot sandwich. They have a small menu (their hot sandwiches are what they're known for) but everything is really tasty and pretty damn cheap. Service has always been good and serving staff are really friendly. They also do half orders for kids (just ask the waitresses) and have jukebox players at every table (so bring quarters for the kids!).
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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