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Born with no arms or legs, Plover woman runs a multimedia company

11:10 PM, Dec. 24, 2012
Marilee Adamski-Smith at her work desk for Adamski-Smith Multimedia Solutions.
Marilee Adamski-Smith at her work desk for Adamski-Smith Multimedia Solutions.
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Marilee Adamski-Smith is happy to welcome you into her home.

Chances are, you're there to talk to her about creating a website or preserving your home videos on DVD, and she's happy to show you her work. You can sit in her home office and admire the artwork on the wall, all of which she created. They're either photos with inspirational poems overlaid in text, or pictures of famous people doctored with effects and different colors, a nod to Andy Warhol.

Adamski-Smith, 36, is a Plover native who graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a degree in computer graphics and a minor in ...

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