Microsoft Publisher is good for creating in-house business documents, and bad for printing professionals' mental health. Here’s why designers and printers throw darts at your picture when you send them a Publisher file to be commercially printed.
You don’t have to spend a thing to get your book published on sites like Amazon.com or even the Apple iBookstore.
What wedding stationery must you buy and what pieces can you create using your computer? The answer depends on your level of creativity, but here you’ll find some great tips.
Sure, you might have found the perfect free stock image for your project, but so did five hundred other people. If you want to be truly unique, you’re probably better off either purchasing the rights to a stock image or even commissioning a custom image for your project. Go beyond the norm!
Apparently Mickey Mouse has become a bit boring and has lost his original personality. But, don’t worry cause Disney is putting it back and giving Mickey a makeover. Yep, Disney is redesigning Mickey Mouse – if CEO Bob Iger gets his way.
It seems like I can’t go anywhere without being reminded of Google’s shadow over the Internet. Their efforts to gather information and “improve' user experiences are starting to lead to scary results online. Is this something to be concerned about?
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there’s no denying the popularity of Dr. Seuss books worldwide. His first book was published in 1937, yet kids today still can’t get enough of them. What is the secret to this success? How can we create such a timeless classic to keep kids enthralled decades from now?
Google’s response to the launch of Office 365 - a direct competitor to Google Apps for Enterprise - addressed only Microsoft Office 2010, completely overlooking the case that Office 365 offers a genuine competitor to their cloud collaboration model.