The Pip and I Show is launching on April 8th as a new variety show on YouTube. The show stars host, Steve Crandall and his dog, Pip. The show will discuss a variety of topics that are passions of the team including art, photography, videography, web marketing and social media marketing. It will include reviews and tutorials and new episodes will be released monthly, with an eye toward weekly in the near future.
When Batman holds a grudge, the newly discovered alien known as Superman, finds himself the target. Zach Snyder uses this film as the transition piece to a full scale Justice League movie with all of our favorite characters. But this one is a great ride getting us there.
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Out of all the devices and apps I have used together, there are none better than the combination of the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil and Medibang for the Mac and iPad. Armed with these tools you can save to the cloud and edit your work on either your Mac or iPad Pro.
Star Trek Fan Films are being watched closely as one of their own is slammed with a lawsuit from shared copyright owners of the source material, CBS and Paramount. Fans and people from behind the scenes are awaiting the next steps as CBS and Paramount seek significant damages for infringement of their copyrights just as CBS prepares a new TV series and Paramount readies to launch the third movie in their series of films.
I held a lot of hope for The Force Awakens, in that it would bring back the old feeling I had when I was a kid watching the movie with my Mom and Dad and little brother for the first time. I remember first learning about this movie when my older brother came home after seeing it and describing the little guys in cloaks and glowing eyes driving the house on tank tracks. It all sounded so surreal and fun!
Each year I take some time to consider my thoughts concerning the trends for Web and Social in the upcoming New Year. It’s fun to break out the crystal ball and peer through the fog of opinion to find the new magic likely to be wielded by our wizards of the web! Grab your cloaks and wands and let’s look together.
Affinity made a splash mid 2015 with the release of their photo editing software for MAC called, Photo. They quickly gained ground through great reviews and a grassroots launch that included a free beta release. Many features in Affinity Photo set it up to become a thorn in the side of Adobe’s flagship image editing software, including the low price of around $50 in the MAC App Store. But is it enough?
Google’s Material Design Guidelines are a minimalist, mobile developer’s dream. But are design patterns destroying creativity and individualism in design on the web? Or are guidelines and libraries helping to breed consistency and stability across the internet?
The three top Web Trends for 2015 focus on the real concerns for small business implementing or enhancing their online strategies. 2014 saw big brands making changes to their aging image and acquisitions that point to stability and focus in ecommerce. We also discuss an old subject with a new take where the reality is that page scrolling is ok.