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Adobe MAX: Creativity, Software, Hardware and ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Adobe MAX

Besides classes, workshops, and presentations, a key element of Adobe MAX is the Community Pavilion. It’s a trade show for companies that make Adobe related hardware and software, and other products that make things easier for or inspire users. It is also a lounge for attendees. They have walls you can draw on and, no, your mother does not yell at you. You can watch web podcasts being created live, read and buy books, get your social media portrait taken, hang out in a simulated campground next to an Airstream RV, and party.

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Adobe MAX: Can a Keyboard Make You More Creative?

Adobe MAX

A keyboard may seem like a rather mundane part of a computer system, especially when using software with which you can make Hollywood feature films. This keyboard, however, does amazing things for your productivity with Adobe and Microsoft software and provides an entirely new keyboard component: The Crown.

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Interview: Jenny Kassan, Author of ‘Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business Without Your Soul’

An interview with investment expert and attorney Jenny Kassan, author of 'Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business Without Selling Your Soul.'

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Desperate Measures’ – Exceptional, Rollicking Fun at The York Theatre

Nick Wyman, Peter Saide, Emma Degerstedt, Lauren Molina Conor Ryan, Gary Marachek, Desperate Measures, Measure for Measure, York Theatre

The comical plot of Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure' radiates hilarity and melodic, witty grace in this glorious musical. Clever, comedic twists run rampant, and this high farce, set to an illustrative musical score, both appealing and profound, delivers moment-to-moment joyous excitement.

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