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Date: 2009-03-18
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Content Insider #118 - Game Entrapment
Hard Core Gamers Taking a Back Seat
With GDC just around the corner the testoserone and sugar/caffine packed drinks will be pumping. But the dollars will be coming from the G-rated stuff that is designed to appeal to moms, parents, kids of all ages. There will be a huge new category. Smartphones now have their own versions of online or downloadable games. Game developers have tapped into a totally new category of gamers who want to waste time and run their phone batteries down. Gaming looks like one of the bright spots in this year's economy but its not without risks/challenges
Setting Up a Server Room on a Budget: A Do-it-Yourself Guide
A server room doesn't necessarily have to break the bank
Controlling operational costs is always a challenge, but amid the current recession budgets are tighter than ever. While it's possible to make smart decisions and cut a few extras to spend less, one thing most companies can't nix is a reliable server and a cool, secure room in which to keep it. In this day and age, it's nearly impossible to do business without a solid network infrastructure, and server rooms have become the nerve centers of our businesses. But despite its vital importance, a server room doesn't necessarily have to break the bank.

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens
Nikon's AF-S Nikkor 18-105mm G ED VR has optics that are surprisingly very good for a lens in this price range
In order to do my part in the economic recovery I recently bought a new Nikon D300, a SB-900 flash and wanted to get a good all around lens to keep on it most of the time. My criteria were it had to have wide angle, a decent telephoto range and have VR (VR = Vibration Reduction) - Nikon's nomenclature for lenses having image stabilization). I took a good look at the well respected AF-S 18-200mm DX VR Zoom-Nikkor G IF-ED as well as the AF-S DX Nikkor 16-85mm G ED VR.
Five Useful JavaScript Tools
There is always a need to add a new tool to your library. In this article, you will find out about five very good tools to managing and creating useful JavaScript for your Web sites
ToonIt! for Adobe Photoshop
Do not let the $159 price tag of ToonIt! for Photoshop scare you off
I have to say that I was disappointed when I heard that Digital Anarchy was getting out of the After Effects plug-in market, and focusing entirely on Photoshop, as I always really liked its plug-ins. When the opportunity came up for me to take a look at ToonIt! for Adobe Photoshop, I jumped at the chance, as I liked the After Effects version when I looked at it. Let's see how the Photoshop version stacks up.
64-bit Performance White Paper: Adobe Creative Suite 4 Production Premium
Take advantage of 64-bit operating systems today
Modern production workflows benefit tremendously from applications such as Adobe CS4 Production Premium that are architected and optimized for 64-bit operating systems. HD workflows can show 50% to 200% speedup moving from 32-bit with 4GB of RAM to 64-bit with 16GB of RAM

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