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Tremendous Training: CorelDRAW X6 Unleashed

Hello Corelians, First, a Disclaimer… Foster sent me a review copy of the Bundle. That said, I’ve seen other training packages from him, over many years. I’ve also seen other CorelDRAW training packages from other authors too. If someone asked me these questions:      New user: “How do I learn …

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Tech News Digest for September 2, 2016

Hackers are at it again, but part of the problem is that half of you fall for their obvious tricks. Intel has a new chip, Samsung has a new watch and a new iPhone is coming soon. Google adds image editing features, Facebooks trending changes fail and Microsoft has a …

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Canon Releasing New EOS 5D Mark IV Digital SLR

I’ve talked about various cameras in the last few months. Some were very low end and a couple were nice consumer cameras. Today’s camera is on the high end and it comes with a price tag to match. But if you are looking for a top of the line digital …

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Do You Have an Effective Sign?

If you are trying to bring people to you, you need an effective sign. While on my summer getaway in Loreto Bay, I saw two really cool signs promoting the towns of Loreto and San Felipe. They may not be the right kind of sign for your needs, but I …

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Three Common Requests and Practical Solutions

Every week I get a variety of requests for assistance. Some of those requests have very specific answers and only apply to a small number of situations. This week I got three requests that had answers that apply to a large number of situations. I’ve paraphrased each request below and …

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Tech News Digest for August 26, 2016

I encourage you all to look through this list carefully. By far the coolest is the last one that allows you to do virtual walkthroughs of the US National Parks. There are also warnings about malware on computers, phone insecurities, Windows 10 update bugs and the latest in social media. …

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Review of Xara Designer Pro X365

I always look forward to graphic software updates and the Xara Designer Pro X 365 release is no exception. First of all, the 365 designation is Xara’s version of subscription based program updates and access to content additions for one full year after your date of purchase. Your software is …

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Tech News Digest for August 19, 2016

Recent changes at Facebook and Instagram, more about Windows 10, the latest rumors on new phones and tablets, a way to battle ransomware and the headline of the year are all featured in this week’s tech news. Of course, there is even more. Read the various articles and catch up …

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New Update for e-Cut – Cool Finger joints

Macromonster.com is your best source for e-cut. Various fixes and add-ons: Cut/plot – fixed sorting Eyelets – all holes will be grouped Nesting – sorting is available in container now, efficiency output, now you can set time to process your shapes Area – DM2 and CM2 was added Route optimizer …

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Philips BDM4350UC Provides 43-Inch 4K Monitor

Think back on the monitors you’ve had connected to your computers. Most likely they’ve gradually grown from 15 inches to likely at least 20 inches. Now imagine if you had a 43 inch monitor! That’s exactly what I’m going to talk about today. And before you immediately dismiss it, it …

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Tech News Digest for August 12, 2016

Below are the some of top headlines in tech and rumors about the iPhone 7 are everywhere. But there are also articles to help you. 5 reasons why your Wi-Fi is slow (and how to fix it) My 30 Years at PCMag, Part One Rise of the hacking machines Google …

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