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Date: 2008-09-01
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Using Channels in Adobe Photoshop CS3
Using a selection tool alone in Photoshop might not capture all of the pixel data that you need to cleanly cut out an image from your photo. Instead, you can use Photoshop's Channels to extract the data you need.
Particles Get a Touch Up
Wondertouch's particleIllusion gets upgraded to 3.0.7
It's been a while since I've written about particleIllusion from wondertouch, so it was good news to see that the Mac OS X software got a minor upgrade that includes some necessary fixes and features.

Flex 3 Essential Training: Flex Framework
Host David Gassner also covers the Flex 3.0 Help System
In this video, host David Gassner introduces the Flex Class library, also known as the Flex Framework. He uses the Component Explorer application that can be found on the Adobe website. He describes what the Component Explorer is and what it does. He starts with the visual component application and details what can be found in the application as you build your Flex application.
Innovative New Spot from Stardust Artfully Showcases How Westchester Medical Center is Transforming Healthcare
"Through the Years" Airing Regionally in Northeastern U.S.
Bicoastal creative production company Stardust Studios recently produced a spot for Princeton, New Jersey-based ad agency Princeton Partners and their clients at the Westchester Medical Center, which is located in Valhalla, New York. The :30 spot directed by Stardust's New York-based creative director Alan Bibby debuted regionally earlier this month, and is set to continue airing over the weeks ahead.
Protect Your PowerPoint presentation with a password
Stop unauthorized editing of your PowerPoint presentation
Nowadays, I see many people complain about the security of PowerPoint. After having put much effort in perfecting a PowerPoint, we finally find that it has been changed by someone else. If such thing happened to you, what would you be? How to protect your PowerPoint?

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