The Weekly Graphics Unleashed Blog Schedule

July 18, 2008

I told you earlier this week that I would be making some changes to this blog. I’ve always felt that I didn’t post often enough. When something came along, I’d write about it. I just think that I can give you more information on a more regular basis. In order to do this, I’ve put together a schedule for what to cover on each day of the week. Certainly if there is something really important that comes along, I’ll have an additional post on a given day. I’m sure there will be days when I’m just too busy to follow the schedule. For now, my weekly schedule is listed below. I’ll start following it on Monday, July 21.

Macro Monday: I’ll discuss a useful macro for CorelDRAW and/or Corel PHOTO-PAINT. Heck, it might even be for other software if I feel that it would be useful for many of you.
Tutorial Tuesday: I will search high and low for a tutorial that will teach you something useful about graphics software. It might be something on the Graphics Unleashed site, it might be on another site.
Hump Day Hardware: The last I checked, we all use computers to help us create our graphics. Each Wednesday, I’ll focus on a piece of useful computer hardware. It could be something really inexpensive, it could be quite expensive. As long as I feel it would be useful to you.
Thursday Tip: Sure, you’ll already get a full-blown tutorial on Tuesday. I’ll focus this post on one of those little gems that can take your productivity to the next level.
Font Friday: Does anyone ever have enough fonts? I just don’t think it is ever possible to have too many. Early in my career I worked at a font foundry and had access to the whole library. Yet I still wanted more. Most of the time I’ll feature a free font, but there may occasionally be a good one with a cost attached.
Weekend Widget: Just like fonts, there is always another useful utility out there. When I get a new computer, I know there are several must-have utilities I install. Some of them are freebies while others have a well-deserved cost.
Sunday Stock: I know you are always looking for clip art, stock photos, templates and more. Sunday I’ll find some cool art to tell you all about. Again, some will be freebies, some will have a cost attached.

I’ll also try to keep an archive of each subject. So if you want to see a list of all the fonts I’ve promoted, we’ll have that for you.

What do you think of the schedule? Is there a major area I’ve missed that you would like covered? Over time I know there will be some changes, but I think I’ve put together a good mixture of topics that will appeal to all users of graphics software.

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