February 23, 2012
Friday demo/Q&A: HTML site design with Muse
Join us tomorrow, February 24th, 2011 at 12 p.m. Pacific for Ask a CS Pro, Planning your website with Adobe Muse (code name). Product Manager Dani Beaumont as she shows you how to start planning your website with easy-to-use sitemaps, master pages and a host of flexible tools that allow you to get your site planned out and ready for design.
The room will open up 15 minutes before the session starts. At this time, please sign in as a guest to join.
Secrets of Lightroom 4’s excellent imaging
“Magic or Local Laplacian Filters?” asks Lightroom PM Tom Hogarty. To which I want to add simply “…ladies.” Tom pulls back the curtains a tad on how Adobe researchers & their colleagues in academia have been able to “recover shadow and highlight detail with a straightforward set of controls, without introducing artifacts or over-the-top, faux-HDR effects.”
A really arcane blogging/tweeting tool request
[Warning: Probably of zero interest to non-nerd bloggers, and even then…]
I like sharing links quickly via Twitter (and thus Facebook), and later–time permitting–I copy, paste, and sort those links into groups that I can share here. Other times I’ll use Instapaper to capture links that I’m not quite ready to share.
Trouble is, it takes a non-trivial amount of time to scan back through either list, then copy/paste/etc. Thus my sharing of links via the blog has dropped dramatically. (Sorry/you’re welcome, depending.)
Would you by chance know of a way to automate converting tweets and/or Instapaper (or similar) links into blog-ready form, making it easy to sort them into piles? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.