Welcome to this weeks Wow weekly. My new design is well under way and I hope to be moving to my new theme pretty soon. Here is a selection of must read posts for this week on getting started in IT, blogging, Adobe and the usual collection of design and development links.
Welcome to this weeks version of WOW weekly where I bring you all of my favourite picks of the week as well as my round up design and development resources. This week we will be discussing all things Linux with news on Valve announcing the future release of SteamOS.
In this Friday’s Wow weekly we will be discussing the latest Firefox version, Twitter and my favorite all-time football simulation game as well as my hot picks in design and development for this week. Read more on Wow weekly…
Sorry I haven’t posted for a while I have been designing my new WP theme and organising my content to suit. Meanwhile I have decided to hand pick a selection of news and favourite articles from around the web, something I plan to do on a weekly basis when I have got my new theme up and running. Read more on Wow weekly….
The art of film-making has undergone a massive transformation since the time of its inception. Not all that long ago, viewers were famously jumping out of the way of an oncoming train- dazzled by the ‘high-tech’ innovation of moving pictures. It’s a little harder these days to get such a reaction from cynical crowds who have ‘been there, done that’ a thousand times before. So what can film-makers and cinema bosses do to keep their screens packed with punters?
iPhone fans can get a low cost device now, as Apple is going to launch that sooner. Some say the low cost Smartphone would be either fully plastic body, or a combo of metal and plastic. It would be a downgrade from the previous metal or glass design, sources revealed at DigiTimes.
DigiTimes said without mentioning the supply chain sources that the main purpose of using plastic body in the device is to cut the manufacturing cost of the phone. However, some other sources revealed that the phone would have a mixture of plastic and metal, with internal parts visible from outside.