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Brandon Schauer, on Sketchboarding - an interesting design method he presented at CanUX in Banff, Alberta, Canada.
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Lifehacker, the software and productivity guide, is a blog that covers tips and tricks for streamlining your life with computers (and sometimes without). Updated several times daily, Lifehacker points out software downloads, web sites, do-it-yourself projects, howto’s, tutorials, shortcuts and tips for going beyond the default settings and getting things done in the most clever, unexpected and efficient ways. Think of Lifehacker as self-help for power users.
Check it out: http://www.lifehacker.com
The game we all loved as kids has now been remade with President Elect!!
Christmas at New York City’s Rockfeller Center will feature a tree from New Jersey that its owners call a “miracle.”
This morning workers are cutting down the 72-foot tall Norway spruce on the grounds of Tree King nursery in Hamilton, which is owned by the Varanyak family.
The 8-ton tree will be erected over the ice rink on Friday.
Bill Varanyak told New York’s WNBC-TV the 77-year-old tree was planted after his parent’s used it as their first Christmas tree in 1931.
He says it’s “the miracle tree” because his late mother always said it would one day be on display at Rockefeller Center.
You see “Photoshopped” images all the time – some people make flawless touch-ups while others… well… lets just say you should avoid hiring some of these designers…
Visit PhotoshopDisasters for a good laugh or to just feel secure about your own skills.
“He can do a half-hour YouTube address every Saturday, addressing millions,” Trippi said. “The networks would never give the president that much television time each week, but the press is still going to have to cover what he says on YouTube.”
Aides say the Obama team will staff a robust “new media” operation out of the White House and plans a complete overhaul of the White House Web site to make it more interactive and user-friendly. On the campaign trail, Obama promised to use the Internet to make his administration more open, such as offering a detailed look at what’s going on in the White House on a given day or asking people to post comments on his legislative proposals.