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Archive for August 1st, 2005


Aug 1, 2005

Seetha’s Fan Club

Even before the premier of my photo essay, A Visit to Adobe a couple of weeks ago, it seems Seetha, or more accurately, Seetharaman Narayanan had a fan club.

Back in December of 2004, on CONCEPTART.ORG, messages were posted about Seetha’s name.

Jetpack42 said: “Every time I open up photoshop I am mezmorized by this guy’s name. It’s all I can look at. Don’t know why…”

Aug 1, 2005

Delivering Files That Print

Source: Publish
Written By Charles Pickett

In print publishing, prepress problems typically cost money and can mean missed deadlines. Nobody likes getting the “we have a problem” phone call from their printer.

Aug 1, 2005

First Look: Wacom’s 21-Inch Touch Screen

The Cintiq 21UX brings a new dimension to image editing, but it’s tough to get a handle on.

Source: PC World
Written By Diego Aguirre

For years I’ve dreamed of making changes to images in Adobe Photoshop directly on the screen, the way I work on paper.

Aug 1, 2005

King of graphics making formal entry into Indonesia

Source: The Jakarta Post
Written By Zatni Arbi

Come to think about it, it is quite amazing that a company with only 4,000 people can set a bunch of industry standards in the computer graphics world.

The San Jose-based Adobe Systems Inc. has done it, for sure.

Aug 1, 2005

Adobe Discusses Its Life Science Strategy

Source: BioIT World
Written By Salvatore Salamone

With most pharmaceutical companies counted as customers, and electronic submissions to the FDA requiring documents to be in PDF format, Adobe is no stranger to the life sciences.