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  • HP Online Service

    Jan. 19th, 2007 (15 years ago) by Daniel J. Cox

    Over the last couple months we have ordered ink and paper for our HP printers directly on the HP’s website. Not only was it very easy to do but the bonus “buy one get one free”…

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  • Building Buggy One

    Dec. 22nd, 2006 (16 years ago) by Daniel J. Cox

    Come see what it took to put it all together. Customizing a Tundra Buggy into a sophisticated mobile video production studio was no easy task. A week before our contract with National Geographic…

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  • It’s Worth Writing

    Dec. 18th, 2006 (16 years ago) by Daniel J. Cox

    This past summer Daniel and I lead one of our photography trips to see the brown bears in Alaska. While departing from Kodiak Island, Alaska Airlines forced me to check my carry-on that enclosed…

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  • Polar Bears and Climate Change

    Nov. 21st, 2006 (16 years ago) by Daniel J. Cox

    Greetings Nature Enthusiasts, Welcome to my first column here on the Corkboard at Natural Exposures. I’m writing to you from the shores of Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba…

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  • Welcome!

    Oct. 5th, 2006 (16 years ago) by Daniel J. Cox

    Welcome to Natural Exposures “Corkboard.” We decided to give our blog the name “Corkboard” since we will all be contributing advice, messages, and information based on our specialties. Just as…

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  • Popular (and free) RSS Readers

    Oct. 4th, 2006 (16 years ago) by Manifest Creative

    RSS is a simple way to stay up to date with your favorite blogs and social media sites. Instead of having to visit each site on a regular basis, why not have any new posts delivered…

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