Over the years you learn how to do many things in Photoshop. Some of them, no matter how many times you do them, are time consuming and tedious. Selective focus, causing certain aspects of a … Read More
Ctrl has released a CS4 version of CtrlChanges, an InDesign plug-in that tracks and displays changes in InDesign documents. While this is very useful in environments with multiple designers working the same documents, the plug-in … Read More
So, once again we see software that claims it can turn you into a Web designer in an instant. I looked briefly at this. Don’t worry, it won’t put any of us out of a … Read More
Does Voice over IP (VoIP) save you money on phone service? Absolutely. Sometimes as much as 50 percent over standard plain old telephone service (POTS) phone lines. But having bad VoIP service or excessive downtime … Read More
For those of you who use the Writer’s Market website, or those thinking about it, to help market your wares, beware. A little over two months ago they did a redesign that totally ruined the … Read More
Saturation, or oversubscription and congestion, are common problems on most Internet Service Provider backbones. During peak hours, traffic hogs can cause you ISPs network to slow to a crawl, playing havoc with critical applications, such … Read More
To say that the book market has gone soft is a woeful understatement. Like so many other industries, the Internet has all but killed the hardcopy publishing industry. It is harder than ever to sell … Read More
Using static or dynamic IPs depends on your application.
There are a few considerations when connecting a broadband link to your computer or network.
Connecting a single computer
Usually, the package your ISP sends you … Read More
Adobe has released its Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) certification program for specific products in the CS4 collection, including ACE Master for Creative Suite collections. As usual, the testing is rigid, but worth it if you … Read More