Adobe CS5!!

April 30, 2010

Well I’m downloading Adobe CS5 Design Premium right Now! (1:00 am Eastern April 30th)
Can’t wait!

see Download screenshot! here

Can’t wait to dig in and I will be blogging about it soon!

Magic Mouse Fixed screenshot

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If you have had problems with Apple’s Magic Mouse causing fatigue you may want to try this. I haven’t had too much of a problem but I think I will give it a try. The cost is reasonable ($12 at the time of this posting) and it may give me more comfort while working so why not.


After receiving my MMFix I tried it and while it does improve the feel of the mouse mine keeps coming off. This may be just a defect in my particular MMFix? I’m sure that the guy that designed and sells the MMFix isn’t trying to rip people off and if it’s not just that mine had a defect and he receives more reports of them not staying on he will improve the design. I feel that he’s the type of person that really just wanted to solve a problem and share the solution with others.


MMFix has contacted me and said that there was a batch that didn’t suction correctly and that a new MMFix has been shipped to me.

Click photo above or here for link to mmfixed site.

Looks like medium format digital cameras may be easing slowly into the somewhat affordable range.
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Mamiya Releases Two New DSLR Cameras

Mamiya DM22 And DM28 DSLR Cameras

Two new DSLR cameras have been released by Mamiya. Known as the Mamiya DM22 and DM28, both cameras provide almost any photographer affordable access to a truly professional digital camera system. The Mamiya DM22 comes with a 22-megapixels of CMOS sensor, meanwhile the DM28 has a bigger 28-megapixels CMOS sensor. Unfortunately, these high-end cameras are not cheap. The Mamiya DM22 and DM28 retail for $9995 and $14990, respectively. [Mamiya via Digital Camera Blog]

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Hello world!

August 2, 2007

This is my new graphic design blog. I will be adding content and organizing the site for the next few weeks and then it should stabilize. I first started this blog with a regular WordPress blog setup on a friends server but this looks promising? My original DesignsLink blog can be found here. Look for all previous post there.

I found an interesting DSLR sensor cleaning technique (look for the demo video at the bottom of linked page) that is different than anything I have seen. I am NOT suggesting this method to you. If you choose to clean your own sensor and how you may choose to do it is entirely up to you. Now that that is clear, this method does look interesting to me and MAY be good way to clean a sensor. So far, I myself have chosen not to clean my sensor. Soon I will decide whether to attempt it myself or send it in?