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Old 03-18-2019, 05:46 AM
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Two decades. Things change. Nothing lasts forever.

A saying that is incorrect. Energy lasts forever


Energy converts from one form to the other. It has been going on for the last 13–14 billion years.

It would be better to say Nothing in its present form lasts forever. As long as the community 'Adapts'. (Darwinism) it will survive. 20 years of energy has a lot of potential.
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Old 03-18-2019, 11:16 AM
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As of today, WC is business as usual according to F+W manager, Courtney Jordan.


ETA: March 18

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I just wanted to let you know that it is business as usual and that the company is not shutting down. Hope you are all well and apologies for any delay.

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Courtney
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A saying that is incorrect. Energy lasts forever. Energy converts from one form to the other. It has been going on for the last 13–14 billion years. ...
Actually, no. When energy is released in the form of electromagnetic radiation, gravitational waves, or anything else that propagates at the speed of light, it is permanently "lost" to its place of origin. That is, noting can catch up to that energy and retrieve it in any form. Now, it is possible that the radiated energy will be captured by something else, and converted to something that travels at less than the speed of light, which will become available to the original source; or the energy may be reflected to the original source. But in many cases, the energy simply radiates away to the distant universe, and never appears again in any form. Even though the energy is out there somewhere, it no longer influences the local universe.
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Re: bankruptcy

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Can someone tell me how to save my threads, please?
See here.
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terrible news. Very very bad... This forum is one of the largest archives of informations...
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Linda, Mal3, we just don't know what's going to happen. Will WC be sold along with the rest of the F&W assets? Will the parent company be broken up? Will WC find an independent buyer? Or will our worst fears come true? Right now I think the best approach may be Hope for the Best, but Prepare for the Worst Mode until we get solid news of what will happen.

For those who aren't willing to risk privacy violations with FaceBook, here's one more option for making sure we can keep in touch: https://www.reddit.com/r/WetCanvasTalk
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Can someone tell me how to save my threads, please?
Moises, the approach Doug (Yorky) suggested may work fine for you, but you can also save threads as pdfs. Many browsers have a "Save to pdf" function now, often found in the "File" menu. If you don't see it there, another way may be to select "Print," and then see if there's a "Print to pdf" function.

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS: The approach above would be used if you want to save the entire thread, which is what I've done for many of my threads in the Tech forum, so I can refer back to info provided in them if needed in the future. I adjusted (in my personal "Options" menu), the thread length to 40 replies, but on occasion, you may have to save the second page if it's a very long thread.

If you want to save only one post, such as one that contains an image of your work, you can click on the post number (it'll be "1" if it's a thread you started) up in the right hand corner and then when a page with that post only opens, save it as a pdf (or html if you'd like, using "Save As" in the file menu). It's preferable, in my view, to save files as pdfs rather than html, but your mileage may differ.
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