- Ben, I think it is quite obvious that I am a fan of yours. Are you on Twitter? Among all the image files, a gif file is unique in that it can be animated. It consists of several pictures that are displayed in turn. Remember when we were in elementary school we used to put stick figures in the corners of our text books, and when you showed them in turn by thumbing the corners the stick figures looked like they were moving? Same principle as the movie pictures. There is free software on the internet called gif animator, which can take a half dozen or so of your pictures, put them into one file and display them in tun at a rate you tell it. So your "signature" is just four such pictures, with the colours changed so that they look like they are moving when viewed one after the other.
- I thought you might like the animated initials. --Phil Bartle 13:00, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
- Phil, thanks for explaining the animation image...it's very cool! My Twitter handle is bnleez by the way.--Benjamin Stewart 15:53, 28 August 2009 (UTC)
- Hi Benjamin! Thank you for the warm welcome! I am looking forward to learning from you and with you. I'll do my best
Best Wishes --elenargy 21:30, 16 June 2009 (UTC)
So very nice to see you working as a facilitator for tutorials. Cheers, --Phil Bartle 14:59, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
Hi Ben! That for the greetings.... I'll try my best to catch up with my daily tasks in this workshop. Wish me luck:-) --Hanaakhs 11:30, 29 May 2009 (UTC)