Archive for January 11th, 2006

Jan 11, 2006

On the Road to Dallas…

…with a few friends for the new Epson Print Academy – TEXAS style!

Jan 11, 2006

California Dreaming on Such a Winter’s Day

Source: The New York Times
Written by Randy Kennedy

Winter, to put it politely, is not kind to Rochester. How many other cities, after all, are regularly in the running for the Golden Snowball, an annual award presented to the upstate city with the most snowfall? (Rochester, at 113 inches, was bested last winter only by Syracuse at 137.)

Jan 11, 2006

Adobe Set To Compete With Apple

Source: Forbes
Written by Danit Lindor

NEW YORK – Like a recently married couple showing off their new baby, the newly merged Adobe Systems and Macromedia presented their first integrated product at Macworld Tuesday in San Francisco.

Jan 11, 2006

Lightroom Tips & Tricks

Michael Reichmann of The Luminous Landscape has started a regular column called Lightroom Tips & Tricks.


Jan 11, 2006

Hasselblad H2D-39 39 Megapixel Camera

New products offer professional photographers unprecedented image quality

Press Release: 9h January, 2006 – Hasselblad launches the world’s first 39 megapixel DSLR camera, the H2D-39, and a comprehensive line of 39 megapixel camera backs

Jan 11, 2006

Boot Questions Hang over Apple’s New Macs

Source: eWeek
Written By David Morgenstern

Opinion: Will the new Macs run Windows and Linux as well as Mac OS X? Here’s a history lesson on multiboot machines.

Jan 11, 2006

Can Developers Give Mactel An Enterprise Boost?

Source: Publish
Written By John Rizzo

SAN FRANCISCO—Microsoft and a pack of enterprise developers say they are on target for creating Intel-native Mac software despite Apple’s surprise Macworld Expo release of the first Intel-based Macs six months ahead of schedule.

Jan 11, 2006

Apple’s Transition to Intel Chips


Apple is shepherding the Mac and its legions of software developers through yet another major transition — this one nearly as momentous as the shift to OS X. Once again, the centerpiece of the change lies in the microprocessor at the heart of the Mac.

If one thing dominates the technical history of Apple Computer, it’s transitions. The most recent example: the shift from Apple’s old operating system OS 9 to OS X.

It was like starting all over again with a completely new computer.

Jan 11, 2006

Image broadcasting: FilmLoop

Source: ZDNET Between the lines
Posted by Dan Farber

Guy Kawasaki gave one of his patented demos, evangelizing for FilmLoop, a photo sharing company he has invested in that is run by his old friend (since 9th grade) and former Apple colleague Kyle Mashima and Prescott Lee. FilmLoop is the “killer app for the Macintosh,” Kawasaki said, joining MacPaint, Photoshop and PageMaker. Definitely a case of evangelistic exaggeration.

Jan 11, 2006

Technology seen abetting manipulation of research

Source: Boston Globe
Written By Gareth Cook

An explosion of new digital image technology has left many of the world’s top biology journals vulnerable to fraud, scientists say.