photographs © Andrew Darlow I’ve been conducting full-day inkjet printing/color management workshops over the past six months in Berkley Heights, NJ. The space where they are held is excellent, and the small class size of no more than five students helps make it easy for people to ask questions. Below is the press release for [...]
I just received my weekly TidBITS e-mail in my in-box with this announcement. TidBITS is a great newsletter published by TidBITS Publishing Inc. I’ve purchased a few of the Take Control e-books over the years and I’ve listened to many of the authors discuss their e-books on one of my favorite Podcasts: MacVoices with Chuck [...]
I was just listening to TMUPLive (Typical Mac User Live) with the show’s host Victor Cajiao and his guest Chris Christensen. During the show, Victor and Chris discuss some very interesting history about Apple Computer in the 1990′s. After I read the show notes on TypicalMacUser.com, I checked out Chris Christensen’s personal blog, http://chris2x.com, and [...]
I just learned from ImagingInsider.com that photographer and author Derrick Story will be giving a free lecture at the Stanford/Palo Alto Macintosh Users Group (SMUG) on Monday evening, Aug. 6. He will cover iPhoto 6, as well as techniques for making great pictures. Derrick has shared a tremendous amount of information over the years through [...]
A few days ago I received an e-mail from Scott Sheppard at Inside Mac Media, notifying me about a bundle of Mac OSX software from MacUpdate.com for $49. I checked it out and decided to make the purchase because I can see how I could use at least half of the programs. I already own [...]
I just saw the announcement that Walt Mossberg, technology writer for the Wall Street Journal will review the Apple iPhone on CNBC 1:30pm EST Wed 6/27/2007. I’m primarily interested in the quality of the phone connection, audio quality when using Bluetooth devices, battery life when using Bluetooth, WiFi, etc., digital camera image quality, PDF viewing, [...]
I came across a highlighted article on BoingBoing today and had to share it. This three 30″ Apple Cinema Display setup (probably attached to an Apple Mac Pro) in former Vice President Al Gore’s office is incredible. The photo appeared on Time.com. Here is the direct link to the story and photo.
I recently listened to a podcast and watched an Apple Seminar that features a very successful voiceover artist, Joe Cipriano. There are a lot of great tips for choosing a microphone, tips for recording in a hotel room, tips for how to speak into a mic and how to filter your voice. Just a lot [...]« go back — keep looking »