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Saturday, April 30, 2005

Life vs AutoCAD file

Life is like an AutoCAD file when you first open a new file its empty and u start to fill it line by line. So with each line you draw you three things happen
1. The picture starts to be clearer and more beautiful
2. You�re a line closer to the end
3. You increase the load on the file

So when u increase the load on the file there is a big chance that it can give you a fatal error any second so you have to save and save as every while for you not to lose those lines you drew which will later form a beautiful picture but if you look close enough they are just bunch of lines with a relation between them.

If a fatal error occurred you either lose the whole thing (faster than ctrl +Z) or if you're lucky you will lose a small part of the file. But In all cases U have 2 be strong enough to face the consequences and have to be ready to repeat the whole drawing experience again or just close the file and another cycle will start.

Life can be tricky it can move your way till it reaches a peak where its fully loaded and hit you hard on your face so u have to be strong and face it . Posted by Hello


  • or you can always use (Ctrl + S) so you dont lose the file, or you could use (Ctrl + S) and start new file, and learn from your past files, so your new file will be better than other files :)

    so thats what you inspired from my comment :D ...

    i like it, you can use it aslo with photoshop or 3D max ... hehe :D

    very nice one ... :)

    By Anonymous Ibrahim, at 4/30/2005 1:28 PM  

  • good analogy :)

    By Blogger Omar, at 4/30/2005 11:01 PM  

  • Sure Ibrahim ur right and ya thats wat u inspired :P Glad u like it ;)
    Omar ur back?

    By Blogger M!R@CHK@, at 5/01/2005 2:34 AM  

  • think out of the box.......
    (think out of your autoCAD)......

    i c that ur inspired with autoCAD.

    nice blog

    mahd tahboub

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/03/2005 3:41 PM  

  • hehehe thx mahd 4 the comment well its like i am working on my autocad al day so in a way its affecting me :P i agree with u btw ;)

    By Blogger M!R@CHK@, at 5/04/2005 7:31 AM  

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