More Poetry

I wrote another poem! I tell you, I’m so damn creative when I have lots of other stuff that I’m supposed to be doing. Good news is, it’s short:

I was reading an article
about people who make more
than $20 million a year.
And then I dropped it
and looked down
at a hill of ants.
And I noticed something:
The ants who make more
than $20 million a year
(I saw some, I really did!)
are still ants.

And just to be sure,
I squished one.

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Comments

  • haha! Damit

    haha! Damit

  • Very Nice!

    wink

  • Channeling Whitman?

    Yes, definitely crazy creative. This is a fun one but I like Raven’s 9 best even though it’s ominous and fatalistic. I read it quickly the first time and just read it again. Wow, pulled that out of a dream?!?

  • Haha! Nice one! : )

    Haha! Nice one! : )

  • Beautiful

    I shed a tear.

  • I noticed that I neglected to give my poem a name

    So I’m calling it “Untitled.”

  • help me make [a fraction of] $20m!!!!

    Hi Deke: i’m a long time fan of the photographer variety. i’ve bought several [3?] of your books. i’m a subscriber to Lynda.com where i’m learning Dreamweaver.
    i met someone who said he’ll give me work, right now [and both my wife and i are unemployed] if i can take layered Photoshop mock-ups of web pages created by someone else and use Dreamweaver to turn them into functional web pages.
    i’ve looked around quite a bit and can’t find anything about this. would you/ could you please give me a directional tip?
    many thanks,

    D.

  • Poor Ant :p

    Now complete the rest of this following poem . .
    ~ When the blazing son was scorching at Everyone,
    A thought that it would rain, Gave them hope

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  ~ :D

  • layered Photoshop mock-ups into functional web pages

    I am no expert but if you have fireworks, there are lynda videos along these lines for fireworks. . .

    i.e. Fireworks CS5: Rapid Prototyping

    i am pretty sure the PSD lyers file would be openable in FW

    the result then could be tweaked/massaged in DW

    I can’t imagine that this workflow would be called refined or as clean a result as coding from scratch but does work in the direction you indicated

  • Untitled Poem 3rd line

    But nope…only dry carrion.

  • I’m looking into an answer

    First, thanks to biddles for the response below.

    Meanwhile, as you might might imagine, I’m not familiar with the entire lynda.com library. But I’ve asked a colleague at LDC to look into your question (which, btw, seems like a pretty common concern to me) and get back to you.

    Your future is at stake, so we’re on it!

  • PSD to HTML/CSS

    I got this link from Deke’s partner in guru crime, James Williamson (who teaches the Dreamweaver Essential Training course at lynda.com)

    http://wegraphics.net/blog/tutorials/converting-a-clean-magazine-style-psd-template-to-htmlcss/

    Right now, this is probably the best advice available. (Because James is smart and compassionate.)

    cw

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