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7-11-2007 Keys

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  • #1008
    monkeybort
    Participant

    Keys are everywhere in our lives – photograph them! Difficulty: No encryption/decryption keys.

    Edited 7/8/07 by Elsinore to add difficulty.

    #11714
    cretinbob
    Participant

    Are you the gatekeeper?

    keys, that should be fun.

    #11715
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    Do I detect sarcasm? 😉

    #11716
    powerplantgirl
    Participant

    Question thread?

    #11717
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    Is that like questioning authority but with sewing implements?

    #11718
    Curious
    Participant

    nah, i’m just needling you.

    #11719
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    lol well played 😉

    #11720
    millera9
    Participant

    You guys have me in stitches.

    #11721
    QuickSilver
    Participant

    I noticed that there is not a difficulty posted for this one. Does that mean that it is everything goes with the subject or was it the sew sew attitude of the poster of the theme?

    I just love play on words 😛

    #11722
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    Heh heh, this was one of my theme suggestions, and yes, anything goes within the bounds of the theme 🙂 Forks was a lot of fun, and I figured keys might be another one that could have some interesting possibilities.

    #11723
    schnee
    Participant

    Yeah, Forks was left open and it was fun to try to think outside of the box. Here’s a listing of the entries that got votes. Non-utensil-based images did well in the voting.

    “Keys” is a heavily overloaded term. Should be interesting.

    #11724
    caradoc
    Participant

    I’m just a little leery of posting images of actual keys that I use. It’s not all that hard to make a copy of a key from an image – or at least have some idea of the target lock’s structure if you’re planning on making bumpkeys.

    Do electronic keys count?

    #11725
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    I hadn’t really considered that about making a copy from an image. I was going to use old keys myself, anyhow, and I also had an old hotel keycard I considered photographing as well..

    In terms of what counts, again, there’s no difficulty. If what you’re taking a picture of is a key, it’s fair game in my book.

    #11726
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    Ok, looks like we do need one difficulty: No encryption keys, per Fark policy.

    #11727
    millera9
    Participant

    Awww man, and here I was hoping that someone would post the encryption key to CS3. Rats!

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