Friday, August 24, 2007

Cleaning and Friends


PH said...

Those are funny you better back up your computer though, so you don't loose us :P.

btw I didn't get this one :

"arrange tubes in alphabetically order"

What does it mean?


Fatima said...

LOL! Now that's my kinda cleaning schedule!!!! :D

Mixed Up Me said...

I didn't get the one about the tubes either!!

ibeebarbie said...

Salam PH,
LOL! You know I've been scratching my head trying to figure out the "tubes" too, but have come up with nothing. However, it was a Wednesday and generally the middle of the week is the slowest day, so maybe cleaning ventured beyond the pc perimeters.

Salam Fatima,
LOL! Don't tell your little sister because then she might expect more. :-)

Hi Mixed Up Me,
Me either, but I'm sure we could come up with something good. ;-)

dusk till dawn said...

ahllan ibee
woooooooooooow a noher weekend lough thanx, its so cool.keep ur PC so clean we might pop out in it one day, is it tubes to do with download files!!!! its just guess.have a nice wk/end

Mr: Madi said...

Thanks for the laugh.
I printed the pictures and put them on the announcement board in my Internet café LoooooL

ibeebarbie said...

Salam Dusk Till Dawn,
Well good guess on the tube thing, for I really have no idea what that is all about. Hopefully someone will know. :-)

Salam Mr. Madi,
I'm glad you enjoyed. I hope you have a great weekend.

Ben said...

I found something on "COMPUTER TUBES" that everyone will find interesting for sure.

All these images were tubed by me using Paint Shop Pro.
Help yourself to anything you'd like.

Here's the answer:

PSP Tubes ( Paint Shop Pro Tubes )

There are currently thousands of graphic sites on the web containing 'tubes' across the web. The name 'tube' comes from the file extension .tub from the Paint Shop Pro photo/graphic editing program made by Corel. Graphics with transparent backgrounds can be 'stamped' onto layers and other graphics as different sizes in different layers, using tubes. Graphics that have transparent backgrounds such as .png, .pspimage, .gif, .tiff can be exported into the tube function. Jpegs can be 'tubed' to be transparent and exported into tubes. There are now programs available that are free created just for the purpose of making 'tubes' usable in other graphic programs, such as PhotoShop. Tubes are 'mouse drawn', made from other images, made from photographs, created from 3-D program images from programs such as Poser, DazStudio, Bryce and many more. You can find them free all over the internet ( Not always royalty free ). Tubes is one of the #1 growing graphic tool across the internet. From Fantasy art, scrapbooking, candy bar wrappers, banners and web design, sig tags, logos, and many other art and craft type projects, these graphics have endless uses. For larger lists of PSP Tubes, see results on google.

So, now we know where "tubes" came from.
Ben Lofgren