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Thoughts on Early Adopters and Apollo For Adobe Flex Developers Pocket Guide

Apollo is Adobe's new cross-platform runtime, aiming to combine the ubiquity of the browser with the power of a desktop app. Read More »

Book Review: Lennon And McCartney – Together Alone: A Critical Discography Of Their Solo Work by John Blaney

A remarkable book looks at the parallel solo careers of the two ex-Beatles. Read More »

Trying out Natalie Goldberg’s Wild Mind

Let it rip! Get unstuck! Writing exercises for the seasoned soul or the newbie that really work. Read More »

Read ‘em and Weep: Books You Should Love But Hated

What are some books you had to read for a class or a book discussion that you just absolutely detested? Read More »

Book Review: Photoshop Blending Modes Cookbook For Digital Photographers by John Beardsworth

Forty-nine recipes highlighted with colorful examples that will have you saying "I never knew you could do that!" Read More »

Book Reviews: Three for DV – 500 Digital Video Hints, Tips and Techniques, Setting Up Your Shots, and Placing Shadows

Want to get into digital video? Three books make a fine introduction to medium cool. Read More »

Book Review: The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare by Brenda James & William D. Rubinstein

The literary world is introduced to another possible candidate as the true author of William Shakespeare's work. Read More »

Book Review: The Four Day Win: End Your Diet Wars and Achieve Thinner Peace by Martha Beck, PhD

She doesn’t necessarily champion one diet plan over another... no plan will work permanently without readjusting one’s outlook. Read More »

Book Review: My Feet Aren’t Ugly – A Girl’s Guide to Loving Herself from the Inside Out by Debra Beck

Part big sister, part mentor, part cheerleader and always encourager, the author shares her own struggles, fears, and relates stories from her own experience. Read More »

Book Review: Murder One: A Writer’s Guide To Homicide by Mauro V. Corvasce and Joseph R. Paglino

Murder One is wickedly helpful for the budding crime novelist. Read More »