Here's a brief look at my humorous discovery that Google Maps does indeed render the shortest distance... even if a bit impractical! May 13, 2007
JULY celebrates "Freedom Month" with patriotic graphics, summer reading, and on-the-road digital photography! Be sure to send in your BEST discoveries to share with the graphic arts community!
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An old internet controversy is rearing its ugly head again as the line is drawn in the sand between the pros and cons of online gambling... May 6, 2007
In my own search for answers about Google's AdSense sharp decline, I ran across this Sramana Mitra, a bright, young author associated with MIT and internet marketing strategies. She has graciously provided this article for all our benefit. April 18, 2007
... if your life isn't fulfilling enough, you can join Second Life -- where anything goes. David Pogue and Kristen Powers take you into the bowels of the web: SecondLife. March 11, 2007
... if they can... they will. With browsers, web sites and financial institutions becoming more and more anti-phishing savvy, organized online crime also raises the bar. February 15, 2007
Computer Threats Predictions for 2007, Messagelabs and a number of others comment on the complexity of attacks on your computer are predicted to continue in 2007 January 15, 2007
Herein is the long and sad story of how spam and online crime have driven some ISPs to blind, extreme measures which threaten the very usability of the internet. AOL, one of the world's longest trusted providers can no longer be trusted... it's sad but true. August 15, 2006
Big changes are afoot in the way the internet works and 'net neutrality' is a conundrum with so much misinformation, confusion and media lip service floating around that no one seems to really know what's going on. Two things are for sure: it is NOT going away, and it IS going to be a media feeding frenzy. July 16, 2006
Is it getting more difficult to believe news photos these days? Most people haven't noticed, but it's getting more and more difficult to recognize reality in photographic journalism. While the unwary public soaks up newspaper and broadcast news reports which show stark photography, those of us who know what can be done with today's software are taking a more careful look. April 9, 2005