41 Nicest Photoshop Photo Effects [Photoshop Tutorials] Looking at how powerful Photoshop can be in terms of photo editing, it’s probably not important if you suck at taking photographs or being labeled an amateur photographer. As long as you picked up a couple of Photoshop photo editing skills, it will still impress those who sees it. So the next time you want to publish some photos online, consider editing them so they look more impressive. Here’s a compilation of 41 Nicest Photoshop Photo Effects you can take into reference. Full content after jump.
Labs - Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash Player are ubiquitous runtimes of Adobe Flash that enable developers to consistently deliver expressive content, applications, and video to the widest possible audience across browsers, desktops, and devices. Adobe Labs provides early access to the latest beta releases and previews of the Flash runtimes. This is your opportunity to influence the future development of AIR and Adobe Flash Player. To stay current on new runtime releases, subscribe to the RSS feed on the Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash Player Team blog and follow @FlashPlayerBeta on Twitter. Beta releases -- Designed for developers to experience and test upcoming Flash Platform runtime releases before they are finalized and made widely available through the Adobe Player Download Center.
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O'Reilly -- What Is Web 2.0 by Tim O'Reilly 09/30/2005 Oct. 2009: Tim O'Reilly and John Battelle answer the question of "What's next for Web 2.0?" in Web Squared: Web 2.0 Five Years On. The bursting of the dot-com bubble in the fall of 2001 marked a turning point for the web. Writeboard Hello, We launched Writeboard back in October of 2005 as a stand-alone service. A few years later we integrated Writeboards into Basecamp Classic and Backpack. Today, the vast majority of Writeboards are created inside those two products.
250+ Tools and Resources For Coding the Web HOT STORY: Google Reader Stats are Bullshit (With Proof) We're all living on the web, and we all seem to be starting our own websites, so it's time we all learned the languages that make it run. We've gathered over 250 resources to help you get going. This list is aggregated from previous Mashable posts. StoryTools 50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story (return) Note! 50+ Ways is no longer being updated here but over at the new site for 50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story-- It has more organizational features and includes ways for you to add content to the site once you join the new wiki. Below you will find 50+ web tools you can use to create your own web-based story. Again, the mission is not to review or try every single one (that would be madness, I know), but pick one that sounds interesting and see if you can produce something.
3 Kinds of Value in Networks** In my work with social network development, we're talking about 3 kinds of value people bring to their networks, that shape the quality of their connections. Asset value is talent and resources. Positional value is awareness of the network and access to assets. 2007 Web Predictions Written by Richard MacManus, Ebrahim Ezzy, Emre Sokullu, Alex Iskold and Rudy De Waele. Also John Milan wanted to contribute, but unfortunately got caught up in the Seattle storm - so best wishes to John and all our Seattle readers. In our previous post we reviewed the Web trends of 2006, noting trends such as the hyper-growth of social networks, the push of RSS into the mainstream, consumerization of the enterprise, and the continued rise of the read/write Web. In this post we look forward to 2007 and ruminate on what trends will be important over the coming year.
2006 Web Technology Trends It's December already and so it's about that time to reflect on what has happened in Web Technology during 2006 - and ponder what 2007 may bring. Over the next few weeks Read/WriteWeb is going to publish some in-depth posts analyzing the trends and new products we've seen in 2006, as well as musing on some specific things we'll probably see in 2007. To kick this series off, here is an overview of some high level trends from 2006. In our next post, we'll make predictions for 2007. We're also looking for YOUR feedback, to ensure that what we cover over the next few weeks is complete. Web 2.0 Summit 2007: Mary Meeker and Internet Trends One of my favorite parts of the Web 2.0 conferences run by O'Reilly/CMP is the 15 minute quickfire presentation done every year by Mary Meeker. There is always a wealth of fascinating data about Web trends and products, which Meeker hits you with at a mllion miles an hour. Luckily in this case her presentation was up on the Morgan Stanley website when she came on stage, so I got to listen instead of frantically typing soundbotes. This year there were 48 slides (a record for Meeker at Web 2.0!)
Web 3.0: When Web Sites Become Web Services/Alex Iskold Today's Web has terabytes of information available to humans, but hidden from computers. It is a paradox that information is stuck inside HTML pages, formatted in esoteric ways that are difficult for machines to process. The so called Web 3.0, which is likely to be a pre-cursor of the real semantic web, is going to change this. What we mean by 'Web 3.0' is that major web sites are going to be transformed into web services - and will effectively expose their information to the world. The transformation will happen in one of two ways. Some web sites will follow the example of Amazon, del.icio.us and Flickr and will offer their information via a REST API.