25 Free, Easy to Download Paper Textures - Photoshop Tutorials & Photoshop Resources I’ve organized 25 free paper textures: 5 crinkled paper textures, 5 worn paper textures, 5 torn paper textures, 5 burnt paper textures, and 5 grunge-stained paper textures. No funky zip files or random secondary blog posts, these are all laid out neatly and ready to be downloaded easily. The other day I was searching for some paper textures for another Photoshop tutorial I wanted to do and I was having some problems. It really isn’t hard to find paper textures; they’re all over deviantART, Flickr, and everyone and their mothers’ blogs. With a billion choices, ranging from blog posts to Flickr images to zip files… I got kind of annoyed with all the different sources and methods of downloading paper textures. So, I decided to do a blog post with my favorite paper textures.
Brad Templeton's Home Page Welcome to my web home page -- a collection of my various essays on technology topics, comedy, my software, my popular amateur photography sub-site, and of course, an exercise in net.narcissism. Also found here are sites for some of my famous family members, with two books and a comic series. I also have a Blog called Brad Ideas. ClariNet You may know me because I was the founder and software architect of ClariNet Communications Corp., the world's first ever ".com" company (by which I mean a business based on the internet rather than one like uu.net which sold connectivity itself) and which was also the net's first and for a long time largest electronic newspaper. I founded ClariNet in 1989 in Waterloo, Ontario with the crazy idea of trying to make money publishing professional information over the net and to the net audience.
API When working with TableTools, there will be times when you want to interaction with it more than just setting up buttons and actions for them. You might want to modify the data set used for file exporting, or work with the row selection options that TableTools provides. For this you should use the API. Create Something. Donate Login Remember Me Workshops & Seminars Did you miss a recent online seminar? Don't fret! All of our free online seminars are recorded and archived here so that your busy schedule won't keep you from these professional development opportunities. These are meant to be helpful resources for you and your colleagues so don't hesitate to share these resources on your blogs or in your professional networks. Select the session you'd like to view in the list below to navigate directly to its recording: Adults Just Wanna Have Fun
54 Portrait Ideas: free downloadable posing guide Are you stuck for portrait ideas? Sometimes we’ve found that you can over-think these things. When you put so much thought into backdrops and colour schemes and following others’ portrait photography tips, you can overlook some of the fundamentals of portrait photography, such as your subject’s pose. We believe our posing guide below should help! A great way to reignite you portrait photography with new portrait ideas is to shoot a model in your home photo studio, using as minimalist a set-up as possible.
annie96 is typing... no.. guess you're not either :p can't.. its the wind.. sounds like cats fighting. whats your excuse? :p so that's what they call porn now? :p "A New Partner in the Process" by Leslie J. Foutch Abstract Academic librarians have tremendous opportunity to demonstrate their worth to the institutions they serve. One successful approach is for faculty and librarians to collaborate on a research project; however the frequency of such partnerships has not been readily documented in academic library literature. This paper shows how the addition of an academic librarian to a faculty research team led to a better understanding of how faculty projects operate, and how the process can lead the way for librarians to be seen as valuable research partners in the academic landscape.
20+ Tools to Create Your Own Infographics A picture is worth a thousand words – based on this, infographics would carry hundreds of thousands of words, yet if you let a reader choose between a full-length 1000-word article and an infographic that needs a few scroll-downs, they’d probably prefer absorbing information straight from the infographic. What’s not to like? Colored charts and illustrations deliver connections better than tables and figures and as users spend time looking back and forth the full infographic, they stay on the site longer. Plus, readers who like what they see are more likely to share visual guides more than articles.
yfrog - FAQ What is yfrog? yfrog lets you share photos and videos on Twitter, view all your conversations, and connect with your family and friends. Is there a walk through or a tour of the new yfrog features? Yes, click here to see the new yfrog features.