Young Geoffrey (ed_rex) wrote,
Young Geoffrey
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In other news ...

Earlier today, before Raven and I went out for our second visit to the Museum of Nature, there came a buzzing at the door a few minutes ago. A canvasser pounding on doors for one of the candidates in the municipal election, I thought at first, but as I approached I saw a uniformed man with an envelope in his hand.</p>

A registered letter? I wondered.

Not quite. I opened the door and saw the return address said "Custom Printers" on on the envelope was the word, "Proof".

My first (paid) layout and design job, my first time working on paper since, well, since I worked with paper, using actual press-on Letraset way back in the Ante-divulian 1990s.

Anyway, at the risk of sounding immodest, it looks fucking great. It needs a few tweeks, but it's a thoroughly professional-looking job and one I'm thoroughly proud of. As I am coming to be, now that I'm tooting my own horn, of TrueNorthPerspective.com.

ETA: Indiscretion removed.

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Tags: capital letter, freelancing, layout, random gloats, scribus
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