WebKit is really turning into the trail blazing browser in terms of forward thinking enhancements. I really can’t wait until other browsers adopt the stuff they’ve done lately.
Ok, numerous iTunes visualizing/controlling applications, please stop inserting playlists into my library. K?
I’ll be attending. I might potentially be convinced to do an IB session if the crowd so desires. Which would be tantamount to them reading through documentation.
Interesting approach though I don’t know if I’d agree. I tip the followers scale solely because of the number of Twitter spammers out there. Nevertheless being followed by a few people I admire does make me feel all sorts of warm ooze inside.
I’d almost watch simply because of their sponsorship. Nevertheless, the question shouldn’t be how long the players stay with the team - if they are indeed drinking as much Red Bull as they advertise, it should be how long until their hearts explode.
(Not that I have any business talking about energy drink addiction).
I don’t really thing I’ll miss 64bit Photoshop in the immediate as I don’t plan on opening gigapixel images anytime soon. Still, 64bit is becoming a marketing metric much like Megahertz were and the average user assumes 64bit will be twice as fast as a 32bit sibling. What interests me more in all of this is the process Adobe will be utilizing to port such a behemoth of an application. To my knowledge, there is no huge cross-platform app that runs on the Mac via Cocoa.
Helvetica can be an amazing font to think about but it’s practical applications in the design of money are somewhat pointless. While Helvetica inspires a lack of emotional response, currency inspires a “hot diggity” of sorts that would perhaps better be served by something like Caslon.
Excellent tutorial (as are most by it’s author). He really does need a Mac though…