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Archive for November 9th, 2005


Nov 9, 2005

Pieces Fall into Place for Intel-Apple

Source: eWeek
Written By John G. Spooner and Daniel Drew Turner

Apple Computer Inc.’s plan to move to Intel Corp.’s processors appears to be coming together.

New Intel platforms are just around the corner, while Apple’s Mac OS X for Intel processor machines has been brought up to speed, according to developers.

Nov 9, 2005

Q&A: Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen

On China, Microsoft, Apple, open source – and China, some more
Source: silicon.com
Written By Tony Hallett

Adobe’s $3.4bn purchase of Macromedia has been one of the big stories in software this year. With the deal rubber-stamped in the US and on the verge of being approved in Europe, silicon.com editor Tony Hallett recently caught up with the chief executive of the San Jose-based software company, Bruce Chizen.

Nov 9, 2005

The Plugin Site Releases Version 1.01 of LightMachine

Photoshop-compatible plugin for performing light adjustments in photos

Press Release: The Plugin Site (www.thepluginsite.com) just released Version 1.01 of LightMachine, a Photoshop -compatible plugin for performing all kinds of light adjustments in photos. It combines shadow/highlight, virtual lighting and color-based correction tools for performing sophisticated corrections without the need for time-consuming selections and layer stacks.

Nov 9, 2005

Digital Anarchy Releases Updates to Primatte Chromakey and Backdrop Designer

Press Release: Digital Anarchy, a leading provider of cost-effective special effects software for Adobe®, Apple® and Discreet™ products, today announced the availability of Primatte Chromakey 2.1 and Backdrop Designer 1.1. These new plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements allow photographers to easily create hundreds of different backgrounds for use in studio portraiture, product shots, wedding photos, school pictures and other commercial work.