Last week, I entered a contest at SixRevisions to win a license of FlashOtaku‘s Slideshow Flash Deluxe Component, and actually won!
I’m excited to get to work on using this Flash component, and can’t wait to see what I can do with it. I’d like to thank SixRevisions and FlashOtaku for having this contest. I’ve been a big fan of SixRevisions for a long while, and subscribe to their feed to get all kinds of useful design and development information including Photoshop tutorials, design inspiration and all kinds of other great information that I couldn’t recommend enough.
So, welcome all travelers from SixRevisions. Take a look around, and enjoy some of the articles that I’ve written.
Here are a few I might recommend:
I hope you find something interesting trolling around here. I value your feedback on any of the topics. I hope you stick around, there’s lots more interesting ideas in the future of Worthless Genius. Thanks for stopping by!
So, I ended up having quite a few problems with the original setup that weren’t expected. I am going to have to fundamentally change the way that I look at how I do work, and what exactly is needed while I am doing said work.
Here’s a fairly short explanation.
In the last entry of this series, I discussed the true cost of owning a Windows-based computer. Although the one-time upfront fee may sound like a great deal, in order to keep your computer running for years to come, you must invest a large amount of time, money and effort.
In this entry, I would like to discuss an alternative to the Windows operating system: Linux.
So, I received my Adobe CS4 Design Premium, and finally got a chance today to do the installation. After 48 minutes of exciting installation time, where I was not allowed to use Firefox, it’s finally installed, and after the jump, you can see the results. Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been going back to college to finally get my degree in Web Development. For a teacher, I gathered links that I had used in my work out in the field. Here is a collection of everything I could think of.