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A Gap in the Continuum

Those of you who have found the Graphics Unleashed blog have no doubt noticed that there have been a lack of posts for the past twenty plus days. It all started, or stopped, when I took a vacation in French Polynesia to celebrate a milestone birthday. Then from the summer heat of Tahiti, it was back to my snowy hometown of Kansas City to visit friends and family. After a last hurrah today, it is back to the grindstone of the office tomorrow.

Once I return, the posts will become more frequent again. Sure, I’ll provide a longer recap of the vacation along with some beautiful photos. More importantly, I’ll have more great information on graphics software. I even picked up some new tips while vacationing in a country that speaks French. So be patient for a couple more days and we’ll all go on a wonderful trip through the world of graphics software.

About Foster D. Coburn III

Foster D. Coburn III is the author of thirteen books on CorelDRAW, the latest being CorelDRAW X6 Unleashed. He has been a contributor to numerous magazines. Foster has taken many projects, including this Web site and many more, from the early design stage through to a finished piece. He has been a featured speaker at many graphics and Web conferences.

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