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DesignGeek #33

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January 6, 2005 - 2:00am

Introducing DesignGeek Central

As most of you are aware, I didn't send out ANY DesignGeek issues in December. My apologies! But I have a good reason … I was working on something that I hope you'll find just as useful as a couple issue's worth of tips, if not more so. And I just didn't have time to do both.

It's a project that I actually started back in July 2004; and I couldn't see going into the new year without finishing it. I took down the old "Tips, Pubs and Downloads" section of my web site and installed a shiny, new "DesignGeek Central" section in its place.

I think I was inspired by the HGTV show "Clean Sweep." ;-)

Now, instead of what you used to find in that awkwardly-named section — an unorganized collection of random tips, recommended mailing lists, and links to old plug-ins — you'll find a series of design software resource pages and the new home for this e-zine. more >

Photoshop File Browser Tweak Pt. 1

I love the File Browser in Photoshop CS as much as the next guy, but there are a few tweaks I've found that make it much easier for me to work with.

Here's a good one to start off with. I'll cover more in subsequent issues.

Open/Close from the Keyboard
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