Outside.in’s Steven Johnson says the Web is like a city: built by many people, completely controlled by no one, intricately interconnected and yet functioning as many independent parts.
That’s right. Adobe’s at it again. It’s upgrade time! You may wanna rethink that Christmas list. Feel like screaming? You better scream! This is so wrong! It’s too soon! Most of us are still working the kinks outta CS4! Hell, I know a dozen people who are still learning CS3! Somebody should do something! [...]
I’ve discovered that without design discipline, A PPT file can be a recipe for disaster. Nothing kills a buzz like a poorly designed slide with too much crap in it. To help a fellow colleague, I’ve posted some info that may help “would-be speakers” avoid the common pitfalls of a slideshow that sucks.
Adobe yesterday put PowerPC users on notice: in a newly published FAQ, the company confirms that future versions of the Creative Suite will run only on Intel-based Macs.
I know many of you are hoping to someday give every client the website of their dreams. But this client-driven vision is often skewered by the largest of companies with the best of intentions. So how come it still gets screwed up? Too much red tape? Too many cooks in the kitchen? Too much money? [...]
Apple recently released OS X 10.5.8 onto Macs everywhere via Software Update. Buas common as this milestone sounds, it carries some good news with it. The next patch will be 10.5.9, placing us only one update away from OS X 10.6, aptly titled Snow Leopard. This next update to the Mac OS X [...]