Monthly Archives: December 2012

Why Instagram’s Copyright-Grab is Different

If you haven’t just returned from a safari far beyond the reach of the Internet you’ve probably heard about Instagram’s copyright grab in their new Terms of Service agreement. On the face of it there doesn’t appear to be much … Continue reading

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Metadata in Photoshop: Don’t Forget It!

I just received a few head shot photos from a web client to post on her site. All very nice, thoroughly professional and perfectly appropriate. In fact, since I don’t specialize in portrait photography myself, I thought I’d check the … Continue reading

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Font Embeddability — Mac and Windows

We’ve all experienced it: opening a document on a computer where it’s never been used before only to be faced with one of those "Missing Font" warnings. You certainly don’t want anyone to have to face those when they open … Continue reading

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