Way back in 1990, a program called Fractal Painter was published by Fractal Design. It offered a “natural media” approach to digital art: mimicking real world art tools and media in the digital environment. You could – if you had … . . . → Read More: Scripturient: PE5: Corel’s Wrong Direction
Award-winning investigative journalism site ProPublica showcases effective tools for protecting online privacy through blocking tracking software.
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As the Senate considers a bill to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity, some questionable numbers keep creeping into the discussion.
I’m someone who likes to hang out in bars and talk about where to paddle a canoe. It doesn’t happen that often but I’m forever bringing maps along which is fine – because Tyvek is also beer resistant – but inevitably the question is ‘how far is that’ or ‘do you have the map for . . . → Read More: cmkl: Topographic Maps Canada – an app that puts all Canada’s topos on your iPhone or iPad
The big news in the tech world yesterday was the launch of Apple’s latest iteration of the iPad. For those of us suffering the quintessential first world problem of being stuck with the hardware of only an iPad2 this means we are left to hope for something exciting on the software side as iOS . . . → Read More: Progressive Proselytizing: The achingly slow pace of iOS software development