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  • Category Archives Misc

    Hi everybody. It was a late night at the studio tonight (just getting home at 1:00 am. Ugh!), so I'm gonna make this one short and sweet. Here goes: McNally's New Site Rocks! Joe McNally just intro'd a whole new look for his portfolio site (link) and his very popular blog (link) and I think the site designer did a fantastic job on both (and an especially tidy job in tying all of Joe's many projects together in one central place). One thing I particuarly like about his new site (besides the amazing images of course), is that his new site doesn't hijack your screen by expanding to full screen size (resizing my browser window without asking is a pet peeve of mine, which almost bugs me as much as a site that plays music without asking first). Anyway, love the new look of…

    I've talked about Alltop.com before (which is basically a site that does a very clever job of gathering blogs about specific topics and it puts them all on one handy page, but that's just part of the story). They call it, an "online magazine rack" that they update every hour. Anyway, just recently, they introduced a feature called "MyAlltop" where you can set up your own Alltop page, with your own favorite blogs on it. So, I put one together with blogs about Photoshop, Photography, the Mac, and other stuff I check each day, and of all the things like this I've tried (various RSS readers, blog aggregators, Google-this, Yahoo-that, etc.), this is the quickest to use and easiest to set up. One of my favorite features of Alltop is that you can move your cursor over a headline and it shows you the…

      Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. This post is dedicated to the memory of David Leimbach, (brother of our own Jeff Leimbach), who last year, on Memorial Day, gave his life for his country during combat in Afghanistan.    I’ll be back blogging tomorrow, and I hope you'll join me here then.  -Scott

    I know it's kind of late to be getting a Christmas present, but there's a reason. First, about the present. It was from one of my dearest friends, and renowned tech guru Terry White (of Terry White's Tech Blog fame). That's Terry pictured above, in a photo taken with my iPhone. Terry called me a few days before last Christmas and told me something I already knew---I'm an incredibly hard person to buy a gift for, because I'm such a gear junkie. If my wife or brother hasn't bought it for me, I probably bought it myself. But he also told me that this year he had the perfect gift for me, and that it was a gift he'd never given anyone else ever, and wouldn't give anyone else. Of course, now I was dying to know what it was. He said he was…

    Hey guys, Brad here. We're well aware that many of you (including myself) are getting all of the comments as posts in your Google Reader feed. This is isolated to the Google Reader and isn't occurring with other RSS feeds. We have not changed any of our settings, nor is this a new "feature." We are working to try and find a solution. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope that Google will fix this very soon. Now back to our regularly scheduled programming, featuring Syl Arena! :) Update: Thanks to commenters, we're aware that this isn't isolated to Google Reader.  It seems that unsubscribing and re-subscribing to the feed is working for many, so you may want to give that a try.  We're still working to find a permanant fix, but this might work in the meantime.  Thanks for your help and understanding!

    Today's the deadline for my book, so I'm going to make this even shorter and sweeter: I just saw Photoshop World instructor Lesa Snider King's new book, "Photoshop: The Missing Manual" (from O'Reilly Press), and it so reminded me of when Deke McClellend used to write, "The Photoshop Bible," (which I loved) because it literally covers everything about Photoshop (it's nearly 900 pages!). Lesa did a great job on the book, and in my mind, it is the new Photoshop Bible. Way to go Lesa!!!! :-)  Here's the link to it on Amazon.com Just a reminder: Today's the last day for the Photoshop World Early Bird "Save a hundred bucks" thing. Here's the link. Also, the Sheraton Boston is almost sold-out, but the Westin (my favorite hotel chain) Copely Place (attached to the convention center) still has a few rooms available (it's a great…

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