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Date: 2009-12-01
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Flash Browser Tracing On Mac, Windows, and Linux
See and hear what your Flash movies (and everyone else's) are doing and saying behind the scenes
Ah, the simple, venerable trace command. Everyone who has ever written even a single line of ActionScript -- from the newbiest of designers to the most seasoned programming professional -- has doubtless become intimately familiar with this most basic, approachable, and useful command. But love turns to hate if you ever need to see what's going on when your Flash movie is playing in a browser, where seeing a simple trace can rapidly become an exercise in frustration. Fret no longer, fearless readers, as this guide aims to get everyone in on that sweet, sweet browser tracing action.
X-Rite Colorchecker Passport
The Colorchecker Passport is a very easy to use, pocket sized solution, for achieving more accurate color in your photos
I've got bad news for you. Shoo the kids away from the computer first. Ready? Guys and gals, there is no Santa Claus and the sensors in digital cameras are not all created equal. I hate to break it to you but all sensors vary to some degree in their capturing of data, not only from manufacturer to manufacturer but even from model to model from the same company. Worse yet, sensor characteristics can vary even from batch to batch of the same model sensor!

To Do The Most Good: Jeff Bednarz Directs Integrated Campaign For The Salvation Army via agency The Richards Group
Springing to life from The Salvation Army's online experience is a series of commercials that highlight stories of triumph over adversity. Directed by Jeff Bednarz, the television campaign and the expanded online profiles are part of The Salvation Army's innovative digital annual report created by The Richards Group, which has partnered with The Salvation Army since 2005 to produce multimedia campaigns.
New Wacom Bamboo Fun (Pen and Touch)
Toss your mouse, you'll never need it again if you get yourself one of the new Bamboo 'Touch' series of graphics tablets.
First off I should tell you I've haven't seen a graphics tablet I've liked in more than 20 years, and I've tried quite a few in that period. When the new Wacom Bamboo Fun came in I was ready to make another mark in my 'Hate it' column. I did struggle with it at first but that was more to do with problems with Snow Leopard than anything wrong with the Bamboo.
Social Media Marketing: "Tradeshow Marketing" For the Online Medium
Prior to starting at a social media marketing agency, I was a corporate sales executive. Throughout my career I loved attending trade shows. It was different; it got me out of the standard routine of cold calling and scheduled meetings. It also appealed to me because of the unique way in which I could get in front of my potential client base to build relationships, answer questions and build my company's brand.
ENGINE ROOM ROLLS CAMERA FOR LARRY KING LIVE IMAGE SPOT
Engine Room is proud to have been tapped by the creatives at CNN On-Air to produce its Fall Season image spot for Larry King Live. The spot highlights the stature of the broadcast icon, with a unique behind-the-scenes view of his legendary, Los Angeles-based news studio.

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