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Pavelski posted Oct-2007

Another technical step for better learning!

Many times I find myself trying to describe a image, situation or object while in this class. Words never seem to be effective! Y I want to convey to you all what you should see when I refer to an mesomorph structure!

I have created a Flickr site for you all to view some images that are important for you.

It is called Skitune07.

In the next few weeks I will upload a series of pictures of; tools, broken skis, ski core designs, boots damaged and cut up, major problem areas in boots, comparison of "cheap" boots and high end boots.

This will save me from taking too much space to describe an item and often not doing it well!


The next technical step will be to have some sound with pictures so that I can discuss with you some aspects important for your consideration.Perhaps in a few months!
Where are the future Bill Gates! There is a need for this "integration" OF MEDIA!


The images now on this site are of various snow flakes! If you refer to comments, I have tried to indicate how the structure of the snowflake relates to your structure and wax selection!

By comparing images you will appreciate how snow constantly is changing, thus you will have to learn to "read" snow conditions in your area to select effective wax and base structures!I have also contacted some researches on the Quasi fluid layer and will try to get some videos or pictures of this layer in all its stages! So you see all those questions you posted on the QFL were relevant!


Hope this new addition will help us learn more effectively!

I will also see if you can upload some of your work on this site so that we all can view your base, your waxed base, your damaged base ( Ellistine)!

If it is possible, I will provide only to class the password of this site!
Imagine we can actually see what we look like and how our skis look like!I can give you feedback on your work!

I am sure you all wondering who this fellow Ellistine looks like or who is the quiet student Redart! Soon you will be able to see each other!

Perhaps at the end of the class, we can share some pictures of your work areas, your countries and your skis!

Ellistine
reply to 'Visual Support for classes ( Flickr)'
posted Oct-2007

http://www.flickr.com/photos/skitune07

Mike from NS
reply to 'Visual Support for classes ( Flickr)'
posted Oct-2007

WOW ! The addition of pictures will make a huge difference.

Now we can see that ellistine is quite the young handsome dude, Pavel. But is the smile on his face the results of a great day on the skis or from the beverage in his right hand. It certainly isn't Guinness and looks more like Harp or Kilkenny but likely being on the eastern side of the English Channel I'm betting his preference may be Bass Ale.

And since I'm betting I'll place my "guess" that the center liner is low end, the right boot liner is middle of the road quality and the left end liner is the quality one.

This picture addition is going to be good!!

Mike
Age is but a number.

Ellistine
reply to 'Visual Support for classes ( Flickr)'
posted Oct-2007

Mike from NS wrote:Now we can see that ellistine is quite the young handsome dude, Pavel. But is the smile on his face the results of a great day on the skis or from the beverage in his right hand. It certainly isn't Guinness and looks more like Harp or Kilkenny but likely being on the eastern side of the English Channel I'm betting his preference may be Bass Ale.


I remember the photo being taken. I was absolutely shattered. One of them first lift up, last lift down and full on in between.

I think I'm drinking a Weissbier.

Topic last updated on 22-October-2007 at 15:24

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