As part of an ongoing review of the Adobe CS3 Web Premium package, it’s time I had a (brief) say about the Acrobat component.
My initial impression of Illustrator CS3 – not much to say yet
Mozilla Labs seems to keep busy with interesting software projects. They have recently taken the covers off their latest release, Prism.
This is somewhat related to my recent post on using Apache and IIS on the same machine at the same time. It is also something that I tend to have to search for whenever I set up a new PC (or rebuild one). So here it is, for posterity. This is actually about Apache specifically; […]
A tip on how to run Apache and IIS on the same machine for development work.
Mozilla got a flurry of attention back in July when it announced it was looking for options on what to do with it’s Thunderbird email client. A more recent announcement reveals that Thunderbird will become a standalone organization.
I use Dreamweaver quite a bit, so I was most interested in trying out the new version. Read up on my impressions. Very quick summary: Dreamweaver CS3 has a few new features that are nice, but it is otherwise not a big upgrade from DW 8.
Some somewhat worrisome news lately: Mozilla may be looking to offload the Thunderbird project.
My previous version of Photoshop is version 6, so I have some serious catching up to do! Although while using the trial version, I did discover some very nice things about it that are already useful in my regular activities, now that I have Web Premium. Below, I’ll discuss the features I like that I […]
There has been no small amount of hype over the recent release of Adobe’s newest design and development software packages. After much consideration, I decided to make the upgrade.