October 14, 2010

Photoshop: One million Facebook fans & growing

Put your finger to the corner of your mouth: The Photoshop Facebook page has passed one miiiillion fans.  (You hear the footsteps, Bieber? We’re coming for you, haircut.)  Adobe director Maria Yap talks about how the page has quadrupled in popularity since last summer, adding:

We hope you’ll join us throughout the week for some fun and giveaways as we celebrate YOU. Today, leave a comment below answering the question, “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” We’ll pick 5 random people from the comments to receive a free copy of both Photoshop and Lightroom as a thank you for your dedication. [Note: Please submit the comments via the FB page, not via this post.]

Thanks to everyone for your enthusiasm, support, and passionate feedback!

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Video: Ultra slow-mo water on nanotubes

Extremely high frame rates capture “Water Droplet Bouncing on a Superhydrophobic Carbon Nanotube Array”–which, for my money, would make a solid Pink Floyd song title.

Here’s more info on the project. I really want to see the water on the half pipe bust a McTwist. [Via]

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