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Photoshop Resource Links by myJanee.com Monitor Calibration After many years with Photoshop and other design software, I still find it really challenging and difficult to scrutinize the various aspects of color profiles. Maybe many people will give better idea about the correct method for dealing with a deceptive topic like color profiles. However, I will mention some facts that I learnt during my work: The first and basic fact that stands behind all implications of profiles is the following: Waves of Light
Redis tutorial, April 2010 - by Simon Willison Server backed sessions (where the browser is given a random cookie value which is then associated with a larger chunk of serialized data on the server) are a very poor fit for relational databases. They are often created for every visitor, even those who stumble in from Google and then leave, never to return again. They then hang around for weeks taking up valuable database space.
Concurrency Bug Detection and Avoidance - Sampa With software complexity growing at a very fast pace comes software reliability issues. Today software failures pose a significant cost to our economy — NIST estimates around $60B per year. Pervasive parallelism is likely to further increase the chances of software failures. While one could argue that the best way to address these challenges is to improve software engineering, it is likely that the problem will haunt us for a while due to legacy systems and the time required to fundamentally change the way software is developed. For that reason, we believe that a way of alleviating the problem is to design architectures and systems that significantly decrease the probability that software bugs manifest themselves and lead to a failure. We are developing systems that can detect and survive a broad class of concurrency bugs.
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i 7 Votes For an outsider, Haskell is full of intimidating terms like functor, monad, applicative, monoid… These mathematical abstractions are hard to explain to a newcomer. The internet is full of tutorials that try to simplify them with limited success. Bartosz Milewski's Programming Cafe
Quality In Print Over the past few weeks I've migrated all the Quality In Print postings to a new blog "The Print Guide" in order to better organize and present the content. So there'll be no new posts made here. Instead, new posts will appear on the The Print Guide blog. If you are a subscriber to Quality In Print please visit the new blog and subscribe there.
The PDF page boxes: MediaBox, CropBox, BleedBox, TrimBox, ArtBox A PDF describes the content and appearance of one or more pages. The exact size of that page is not as straightforward as you might think. There can be up to 5 different descriptions in a PDF that relate to its size. These are called the page boxes:
Demonstration of 'bleeds' on screen printed arcade game artwork | Rotheblog - Arcade Game Blog A handful of arcade game collectors possess some graphic design knowledge and understand the basic theory of reproducing cabinet artwork; scan the artwork, stitch it in Photoshop, and then trace the vector lines and shapes in Illustrator. But not too many know about one of the most important details of reproduction artwork preparation – including the step to add bleeds to your shapes to compensate for small shifts in registration. Don’t understand how bleeds work? That is what we’re going to illustrate in this post. I should make a short note first. You will only use bleeds if you are having screen prints made of your reproduction artwork.
Printing term that describes when a graphic image or other element exceeds the edges of the paper to compensate for a margin of error that occurs during cropping and printing. For example, when printing business cards with a graphic that touches an edge of the card, if the image does not account for bleeding there may be a small, but noticeable white edge. In the picture to the right, is an example of what a print with no bleed may look like. As can be seen in this picture, the last example has a small white border on the left-side of the image. To create an image or other document that accounts for the print bleed the image needs to be slightly larger than the printing area, regularly between 5mm and 25mm on each edge. Bleed
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Specifying printer's marks When you prepare artwork for printing, a number of marks are needed for the printer to register the artwork elements precisely and verify correct color. These marks include elements such as crop marks, registration marks, star targets, calibration bars, and labels. The Separation Setup dialog box enables you to add these marks to your separations. Printer's marks A.
Colour Bars, Trim Marks, Registration Marks- inside Printing Companies At Printing Brain, we’re always looking to demystify print. So today, we look at 3 elements that are often confusing to anyone outside of printing companies but are essential to understand – the colour bar, trim marks and registration marks. Registration MarksThe little circle with a cross through it is printed using every colour of the four-colour printing process.
Whether you're a marketing services provider or a consumer you need to be aware of the use of "weasel" words in advertising and marketing verbiage. Weasel words, or phrases, are used in marketing/advertising in order to avoid making a direct statement or promise. I.e. they are used as a way to say something that legally, or truthfully, cannot be said. The Print Guide
It is easy to watch FREE movies online from China here, since there are many video websites for you to do that, but outside China, there may be not many video websites to watch movies online for free, because of the Copyright thing. However, God likes free. There are always some great people who do the great things and let us watch full movies online for free. Below 10 websites will let you watch the full online movies (even the latest ones) for free. You don’t have to download anything, neither to register anything.
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Michael Kohn - tiff Related pages on www.mikekohn.net: SSE Image Processing, GIF, TIFF, BMP/RLE, JPEG, AVI, kunzip, gif2avi, Ringtone Tools, yuv2rgb, RTSP Introduction I recently decided to re-write from scratch some TIFF decompression I wrote a while ago.
Introducing Simple Tiles: Our New Mapping Library Newsrooms have been publishing maps for a long time. However, mapping on the web is very difficult due to the sheer amount of data involved. Some of the largest datasets available to journalists are geospatial. The U.S.
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