Where do you go when you don’t know? Partially through a project and if I could just create a ‘lomo’ on this photo save the script I’d be done in a jiffy. Million dollar question confronting the situation is how to get the ‘fxs’ from this layer in to a script that I can batch apply to a couple of dozen images. We’re faced with multiple productivity issues that smack us head on, thwarting the intention of being home in time to get out in the day. Atomic Learning was a stop shop I used to use simply because it broke the applications down into discreet instructional clips, that was until my ‘free’ password was changed. What’s with that? Of course we could hit youtube and frequently I do, however ‘realtime’ is somewhat frustrating isn’t it – realtime that is. So lately I have begun using another collection maybe you know of it ‘makeuseof’ I’ve used it for a while now but lately subscribed to it on facebook. This has allowed me a chance to scope out it nuances by simply reading status updates. In doing so I stumbled over this little collection of ‘How to Application Manuals’. A great stack of stuff written in a succinct, efficient manner. So want to know how to use ‘twitter’, check out this great PDF that’ll walk you right through the application in no time at all.
Another little gold mine was uncovered when I found a collection of window associated software tips and apps you can check out right here.