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My name is Lisa Shea. I was fortunate to grow up in a computer-savvy household, using thermal-paper terminals as a child for fun. I’ve had content available on the web since 1990. On December 3rd, 2001 I purchased the domain LisaShea.com to consolidate my content in one location. This website has now been online for nearly twenty years. Over those years I’ve written tens of thousands of articles for the site and loaded up tens of thousands of images.
I wrote my very first blog post here on June 6th, 2006. At the time I used custom-written software I’d created in ASP. In September 2010 I converted my blog over to WordPress. That is what you now see here.
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I’m finally catching up on my finances and have to download Quickbooks 2019. How do these guys charge so much money every year for pretty much no additional functionality? Surely there must be an open-source version of this by now??? What do you guys use?
Hurrah! Hurrah! I’ve been stalled on a writing project for two years. Thanks to inspiration from a friend and being fed regularly by Bob I just hit over 50,000 words in the past week! Meaning as a side benefit I also nailed National Novel Writing Month without trying :). Happy! If you’re wondering why I’ve
Special Price for Veterans Day: $14.99! This cyanotype was created with negatives from a Holga medium-format film camera. The images are of a brass marching band performing for Veterans Day services in Massachusetts. This cyanotype is 8 inches x 10 inches in size. It is matted to an overall size of 11×14. It comes with
This abstract image draws you in to inspire your creativity and imagination. I created this with an autumn maple leaf on corrugated art paper. To me it looks like a peaceful Zen Japanese lantern. What do you see? This cyanotype is 8 inches x 10 inches in size. It is matted to an overall size
This abstract image draws you in to inspire your creativity and imagination. I created this with a collection of various size of bicycle gears. Perfect for the fan of biking or Steampunk. What do you see? This cyanotype is 8 inches x 10 inches in size. It is matted to an overall size of 11×14.