Monthly Archives: March 2013

Podcast 191

ITUNES RSS FEED DOWNLOAD See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. Or view the transcript of this podcast. News and InDesign Magazine are now part of the family Bought from the fine folks at PEPCON News: Pre-conference networking, Sponsor news K-cup solution for David! All about Spell Checking and Check Spelling Quizzler […]

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Linked, Inc.: How to Create a Company Page on LinkedIn

If you’re a social media-savvy creative professional — and since you’re reading this, I’ve got a pretty good hunch you are — you probably already have a professional profile on LinkedIn. But in addition to profiles for individuals, these days LinkedIn also offers pages for companies. Figure 1: Peachpit Press’s page on LinkedIn is a […]

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Adobe Enhances Behance

Last December, Adobe announced the acquisition of the online portfolio service Behance. At the time, there was speculation on how Behance would be integrated with Adobe’s other services and software. And now we’re starting to see some developments. Yesterday, a post on the Behance team blog announced that paid Creative Cloud members now have access […]

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3D Printing from Photoshop

3D printing is the technology of the year, but few people realise you can create printable objects directly inside Photoshop CS6. There’s no need for complex and arcane CAD programs, and you don’t have to master the intricacies of Nurbs and B-splines: Photoshop has a powerful tool set that’s easy to use and which generates […]

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Google Slashes Prices on the Nik Collection

Last fall, Google announced that it had acquired Nik Software, makers of the popular and award-winning photo-editing software, including the application Snapseed and plug-ins for Photoshop, Lightroom, and Aperture. At the time, Google expressed intentions to “continue offering and improving Nik’s high-end tools and plug-ins.” However, when the company announced its “spring cleaning” a few […]

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Stocksy United: a sustainable option for photographers

Stocksy United is a new co-operative stock photography site co-founded by Bruce Livingstone, the creator of iStockphoto. Stocksy was created to be not only a source of high-quality, royalty-free curated images, but also a source of sustainable income for photographers. Unlike other stock photography sites, Stocksy is owned and run by the artists themselves. Photographers […]

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