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Latest Version of Quark Shows Significant Improvement
Latest Version of Quark Shows Significant Improvement
Somebody pinch me. I think I’m dreaming. I just downloaded and used Quark’s latest update of it’s publishing software, QuarkXPress. And I like what I saw. Taking clues from Adobe’s layout application, InDesign, Quark seems to have gotten a lot right in version 6.5.
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Portfolio Provides Asset Management for Newspapers
Extensis Portfolio 6.1
Portfolio Provides Asset Management for Newspapers
Since 1997, Extensis has been creating great programs and plug-ins for the graphic design professional. Portfolio 6.1 is no disappointment when it comes to software for the graphic designer.
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Nik Gets Rid of the Guess Work in Sharpening
Nik Sharpener Pro!
Nik Gets Rid of the Guess Work in Sharpening
Nik Sharpener Pro! sharpens an image in any color mode (RGB, CMYK, Lab, & Grayscale) and focuses on sharpening an image specifically for the intended output process.
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1993 - 2002  A Decade of Incredible Change in Newspaper Technology
Digital Cameras have come a long way.
1993 - 2002 A Decade of Incredible Change in Newspaper Technology
The past two decades have introduced unparalleled changes in technology, which have significantly altered the way we create newspapers.
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Custom Maps For Community Newspapers Now Available
Custom Maps For Community Newspapers Now Available
Every now and then I receive e-mail from readers looking for quality maps to use in their newspapers. Map Resources (mapresources.com) has been my preferred map vendor since I first reviewed their products several years ago.
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Newspaper Institute Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Newspaper Institute Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Since 1997, newspaper designers, publishers, IT professionals and editors from throughout the United States and Canada have attended sessions of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. The 2007 session of the Institute is scheduled for October 11-13, 2007. Classes will take place on campus at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. We've already filled our spaces for the 2007 session, but keep on the lookout for information concerning the 2008 session of the Institute.
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Adobe Offers Photoshop Master Class
Photoshop Master Class
Adobe Offers Photoshop Master Class
Most of the books I recommend are basic “how to” publications, taking readers through steps to master a specific software program. Every now and then I have the pleasure of finding something to stretch me a little further.
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Andromeda Gets the Red Out of Photos
Andromeda RedEye Pro
Andromeda Gets the Red Out of Photos
Many Photoshop users never venture into the realm of plug-ins. Plug-ins, referred to as “extensions” in Quark, add capabilities to programs. Most Quark users, for instance, are familiar with an extension that allows them to place PDF files onto a Quark page.
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Dave 4.0 Helps PCs and Macs Get Along
Dave 4.0 by Thursby Software
Dave 4.0 Helps PCs and Macs Get Along
I was speaking at a conference in Louisville, Kentucky over the weekend when I mentioned Thursby Software’s latest incarnation of their utility, DAVE 4.0, which allows Macs to connect to Windows networks and share files and printers.
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New Books Fit Nicely on Newspaper Library Shelf
New Books Fit Nicely on Newspaper Library Shelf
Three excellent books for newspaper designers and technology staff persons arrived in my mailbox this week. All three should be available by the time you read this.
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