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Don’t think Photoshop needs any form of introduction. Most of us knows and heard of it even though some of us never actually used it before. GIMP in the other hand, also needs no introduction and best known as the so called hottest emerging alternative Photoshop open source software. If you have no idea what open source means, it simple says that GIMP is free. I won’t be going into the context of debating the pros and cons for each software, but to jump straight into the available reading resources available for these 2 great softwares.
Today, I’m pleased to launch my new ebook, and offer it as a free download. You can download it from http://edmac.usask.ca/rick/ebookflyer Connections: Virtual Learning Communities is an eBook that explores how online communities form, who joins them, and how they operate in learning environments. This book is available as an .epub document, suitable for viewing on most mobile devices and desktops. If you aren’t sure how to handle .epub files, check out this excellent review of software for desktop and mobile devices: http://www.jedisaber.com/ebooks/Readers.asp
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