Creative Community Bulletin 13 August 2010 Through 17 September 2010
These are the articles, blogs, and resources I found interesting and worthy of sharing for 13 August 2010 through 17 September 2010:
- Linotype: The Film -
Doug Wilson has started work on a new documentary about the Linotype typesetting machine. This, is exciting news.
- How to Apply Vector Patterns in Photoshop -
Patterns are a very good choice when you want to create a quick background or apply a nice texture to an object. However, creating your own patterns is tiresome work and most of the time, you don’t even get close to what you originally intended to do.
- Fall Cheat Sheet: Find out what’s premiering when! | Ausiello | EW.com -
Here’s that list of fall première dates you guys have been hounding me for. FYI: I was 30,000 feet in the air with a slight buzz when I compiled it—in-flight wireless and unlimited mimosas are two great tastes that go great together—so apologies in advance for any errors. <!—339d023e35734e13988fc16f99072115—>
- Alien Skin Software: Bokeh 2 Features -
- Clever Depictions of Star Wars Related Art #StarWars -
clever and prolific depictions of Star Wars related art
- New York Times Bestseller Seth Godin to No Longer Publish Books Traditionally — Workflow: Writing -
I can’t abide the long wait, the filters, the big push at launch, the nudging to get people to go to a store they don’t usually visit to buy something they don’t usually buy, to get them to pay for an idea in a form that’s hard to spread … I really don’t think the process is worth the effort that it now takes to make it work. I can reach 10 or 50 times as many people electronically
- Star Wars Galactic Village Collectibles (quality looks iffy) -
Star Wars Galactic Village Collection
Authorized by Lucasfilm™. Fully sculpted, lighted buildings from many memorable Star Wars® films. FREE character figurines with some issues.
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- Automating Workflows for Adobe InDesign -
Streamlining publishing processes with InDesign just got easier thanks to a new automation tool from Axaio.
Axing Wasted Time in Publishing
Germany’s Axaio is a new company to us that offers a range of productivity and process improvement tools for print or PDF web publishing, primarily with InDesign for Windows and Mac users. These include apps for version control and export management. It steps up to the workflow plate with a new product joint-developed with Dutch firm Van Gennep, whose PlanSystem4 publishing system.
MadeToPrint is a plug in for InDesign, Illustrator, InDesign Server and InCopy, depending on which version you purchase. It can also integrate with other publishing software including WoodWing’s SCE/Enterprise 7 among others. There are three editions available, Standard, Auto and Server — each with various specialist features listed here
- Trademark, Copyright and Logos -
To hear intellectual property attorneys describe it, it seems so simple. Copyright covers creative works of expression fixed into a tangible medium of expression. Trademark covers business names, slogans and other items used to identify it in the marketplace. Patent covers ideas and inventions. Simple.
Then what about logos?
- Batch Uninstall Windows Applications - Free! -
Absolute Uninstaller is similar to standard Windows Add/Remove program but more powerful.The standard Add/Remove program can’t uninstall applications completely which often leaves broken registry keys ‚unnecessary files on the hard disk.The more junk files your computer have ‚the slower it runs. Uninstall Manager can wipe off all the junk files clearly in seconds.It offers a more user-friendly way to remove unneeded applications and to improve your computer efficiency.
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