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Philamercury Digital Rendezvous 2017

In a continuing effort to promote philatelic exhibiting, I am pleased to announce a one frame (16 pages) online philatelic competition – Philamercury Digital Rendezvous (PDR2017). – Richard Frajola

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Philamercury Digital Rendezvous 2016

In an effort to promote philatelic exhibiting, I am please to announce a one frame (16 pages) online philatelic competition – Philamercury Digital Rendezvous (PDR-2016). – Richard Frajola

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Would you use a Digital Synopsis – Poll

The synopsis for a philatelic exhibit has become invaluable for judges to properly evaluate an exhibit. Too much paper is always an issue for committees as it is cumbersome should the exhibitor fail to send one on time, not send

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Digital Philatelic Studies, Why Aren’t There More?

Digital philately grew into adolescence when Digital Philatelic Studies (DPS) became recognized in the hobby a few years ago. There were a few competitions, and it appeared digital studies were finally on their way to acceptance as another avenue to

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Do You Prepare Your Exhibits on a Computer – Poll

Preparing a philatelic exhibit these days has become much easier through the use of a computer and printer. Although various software programs are available and can be used, hand lettered pages are still being prepared.

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Incorporating QR Codes in Exhibits

Kristin Patterson, WE Expressions – Vol 6 No 4 Quick Response Code or QR code for short is the trademark for a type of two-dimensional code which was first designed in Japan for the automotive industry. Recently, the system has

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Electronics in Exhibits

Kristin Patterson, WE Expressions – Vol 6 No 4 When we hear the term electronics, we think of recent inventions such as the iPad and cell phone. These items that we cannot live without seem to have no connection with

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Do You Exhibit Your Collection – Poll

We all enjoy sharing our collections and some of us do so by preparing exhibits to display at various venues, from clubs to internationally sponsored events.

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Video Used in an Exhibit

Kristin Patterson, WE Expressions – Vol 6 No 4 At StampShow 2012 held in Sacramento, a great example of the use of electronics was used in Anne Harris’ Display Division exhibit, The Horse in America During its Golden Age. This

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Keys to Exhibiting – Online Course

The American Philatelic Society is offering an online ‘Keys to Exhibiting’ course lead by Janet Klug, well known in the circles of philatelic exhibiting. Janet Klug successful exhibitor and judge, leads you through the critical steps of building a successful

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Exhibiting Digitally (1)

Wobbe Vegter, South African Philatelist When I started exhibiting more than 10 years ago, I soon got in contact with a number of other philatelists and exhibitors worldwide addicted to the same subject. Having been in IT since the mid

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Don’t Forget StampExpo 400

An APS-Recognized National Show, StampExpo 400 is a signature international event of the 2009 Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial celebration.

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Virtual Stamp Campus – Exhibiting

The American Philatelic Society is offering an online course Keys to Exhibiting conducted by Janet Klug and Ann Triggle beginning in September. Discover the fun and challenges of exhibiting, with individual guidance in getting started, putting your exhibit together, where

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Online Exhibits on Computer Technology

As an added feature of the blog, we now link to several online exhibits on computer technology. From Abacus to Laptop: Johann Vandenhaute (Belgium) The Story of the Computer: Dan Dobrescu (Romania) Computer Stamps: Vito Galgano (Italy) The sites are

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