You may have noticed that I've been a bit quiet on Deb's Digital Tips for the last several months. I have had a few things in my personal life that have sucked up a lot of my time (like house hunting and trying to prepare my own home for sale).
But more than that, I've been thinking quite a lot about whether I can continue this site or let it go. Sometimes I feel that I don't have anything left to offer here, and it's better to let others take my place.
Something changed this weekend, though. I spent about three hours total over the last two evenings organizing my photos for the first half of this year and getting them into a photo book. It amazes me that I can just open the software on my computer, pick the photos I want to use, and have them in a book ready for print in such a simple, organized way. And more people need this to be easy and doable for their families, too.
So, I'll stick with it. If there's a way I can make the learning process simpler for you, let me know. If you have questions about Historian (formerly Memory Manager) or Artisan (formerly Storybook Creator), I would be happy to help.
If you've been with me for a while, thanks for sticking with me. If you are just joining me now, welcome, and I hope you'll benefit from what is offered here.
Until the next time, Enjoy!
4 thoughts on “Update On The Future Of Deb’s Digital Tips”
Thanks Deb for continuing your assistance! I think as people transition over from MM & SBC to Panstoria your help will be much appreciated. I just purchased Historian & Artisian for my new computer and have an error message for Historian that is making me nervous. I have an email request in to Tech Support, but if I don’t get an answer soon I will be in touch with you! Thank you again for your service to us digital scrappers left in the lurch by CM!
Thanks for the encouragement, Linda. If you don’t hear from Panstoria, please let me know. I may be able to help, and I may not, but it’s always worth a try.
So glad to hear that, Linda.