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Whether you want to create stunning images, or just use your digital camera for life's memories, there is something here for you. Recent episodes show Aperture and Lightroom (coming June 2011). Jim Everett is an Australian living in Los Angeles - a photographic artist and entertaining presenter who demystifies technology for the new user. He has been a repeat guest on the popular G4 Tech TV Canada "The Lab With Leo Laporte" show (see episodes here), and is a regular contributor to Photo Mark ...
 
Product Brew has been handcrafted for people who are obsessed with the intersection between business, technology, and user experience. On this podcast, you'll hear from an infusion of digital thought leaders and rising stars who gather once a month in the Milwaukee area. Our events are hosted by Northwestern Mutual and Alpha HQ.
 
Fire Your Tech Guy is written by the founder and main consultant at a Bay Area technical consulting firm. Most of his clients are running either Mac or PC, and are more interested in the success of their business than the success of their computer systems. Some people hire help to do this for them; others wing it and do it themselves or make someone do it internally. We are here for both of you. The savvy business owner needs some help, and we shall help. Topic suggestions are suggested via ...
 
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Brandon Dewitt has a counterintuitive approach to product management and leadership. After being diagnosed with terminal cancer, a rare type with only 36 diagnosed in the United States, he and his team set out to create a roadmap to save his life. From that, he learned several invaluable lessons, one of which is to publicly recognize and compensate…
 
John Zeratsky is the co-creator of Google Ventures' renowned design sprint. He has helped hundreds of teams solve important problems by changing how they work. Building on the success of these sprints and his experience designing ubiquitous tech products like YouTube, he spent years experimenting with his own habits and routines, looking for ways t…
 
Glenn Reid was one of Adobe’s first 40 employees and was handpicked by Steve Jobs to work at Apple on the first version of iMovie and iPhoto. Now, he’s moved from Palo Alto back to Milwaukee to launch Marathon Machines, which he describes as “Laundry in the Internet Age.” In this chat at MKE Product Brew, Glenn shares how he tests product ideas bef…
 
Would you gamble your yearly salary on a coin flip? Oftentimes we bet larger sums of our companies’ money without even knowing we have such slim odds. On this episode, agile coaches Jeff Maleski and Jeff Bubolz cover how to lower the stakes when gambling on a product with your company’s money, forecasting tools to increase your odds of success, and…
 
iPhone Version. See Aperture used in this episode in the 3-part set comparing Aperture and Lightroom artistic adjustments to a Tuscany Vineyard morning light. The set shows unique and common adjustment tools in each application, and how they compare and deliver results. This version is also edited tighter and more accurately color corrected.…
 
See Aperture used in this episode in the 3-part set comparing Aperture and Lightroom artistic adjustments to a Tuscany Vineyard morning light. The set shows unique and common adjustment tools in each application, and how they compare and deliver results. If this version will not play on your iPhone or iPod Touch, there is a version 2b compressed th…
 
Starting this series around Aperture is a labor of love for me. In this first episode, I share what I am looking for when I photograph, how I think about my photographic art, and how Aperture supports that creativity. Lots of my images from around North America and the world are used in this episode as illustrations. Future episodes will go into mo…
 
*iPhone version (.m4v). This first iPhoto episode shows a couple of easy but important fine tunes - the value of cropping, and WHY giving the image some subtle enhancements can lift it out of the ordinary. These episodes are more about the WHY, WHAT and WHEN, rather than details of the HOW. There are plenty of excellent videos tutorials by other pe…
 
This first iPhoto episode shows a couple of easy but important fine tunes - the value of cropping, and WHY giving the image some subtle enhancements can lift it out of the ordinary. These episodes are more about the WHY, WHAT and WHEN, rather than details of the HOW. There are plenty of excellent videos tutorials by other people on how to use iPhot…
 
SPONSORS And… we’re back… With Day #3, and once again a series of Interviews LIVE from the Show Floor ;) 02:48 – The i-saver Shell 08:30 – Harman Kardon / JBL 12:37 – Greenpeace 23:08 – Parallels 27:58 – Micromat 34:22 – Wooops… Danika… After the jump, see the Video of the Keynote that Greenpeace […]…
 
Even before that I started Podcast I was watching Robert, doing what you could call Podcast, at Microsoft. He invited me to come at their PodTech offices and I had a few question for him: 04:18 – Why does Apple have no “Channel 9” ? 14:39 – Good Softwares on the Mac ! 22:51 – […]By Manuel \"StuFF mc\" Carrasco Molina
 
I had the chance to speak with Scott Stevenson, the guy who helps programmers to learn Cocoa. 06:33 – What’s your relationship with Apple + CocoaHeads meeting @ Apple with a very special guest ! 14:55 – So you learned it the hard way ? What was your roots to learn Cocoa / Obj. C […]By Manuel \"StuFF mc\" Carrasco Molina
 
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