What’s the Point of Twitter?

Twitter LogoWhen Twitter was conceptualized and conceived in mid 2006, it was meant to be a micro-update service used internally by its creators’ team. This was how the public initially used the service—as a microblogging or lifestreaming application. You are asked to post an answer to the question “what are you doing right now?” All these are supposed to be written within a limit of 140 characters or less. Most people did just this: instead of post lengthy blog articles, they appreciated how they can share their daily goings on with their network of friends.

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July 2nd, 2009 | No Comments | Computers

Eyedropper Trick: Finding the General Average Color

Right now, I am redesigning my main web site, [artisan] [/applications]. Visit it sometime in the next week to see it’s newest design. Anyway, while I was designing it, I came across this problem that I have encountered too many times when dealing with photography. Often, I need to find a compatible color for the entire photograph. The only ways I knew how to do this was to just guess a color or eyedrop (in Ulead PhotoImpact, a great, comparable PhotoShop alterantive) a random pixel until I found one that was compatible. This procedure was very inefficient and cumbersome.
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November 11th, 2005 | No Comments | Computers

Play Video Games for Free on Computer

When I first found out about this field of video games I was so surprised. What was the point of buying or renting video games and their consoles? Why spend money when I can get them for free. In this article, I will discuss the ways, the roadblocks, and the legal issues of playing video games on the computer.
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November 2nd, 2005 | 1 Comment | Computers

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