The Nikon/Canon rivalry is to photographers as the Apple/Microsoft rivalry is to computer nerds, or the BMW/Mercedes rivalry is to car aficionados.
You might call Extensis Suitcase and DiamondSoft Font Reserve the Odd Fellows of the software world. Once competitors with very different approaches to font management, they became uneasy roommates when Extensis acquired Font Reserve in 2003. It's taken Extensis almost three years to merge the two into one, called Suitcase Fusion.
If you normally shoot with a digital SLR camera, then you're used to certain features: removable lenses, speedy performance, a high-quality viewfin
I installed my first copy of CorelDraw 20 years ago. It was a revolutionary product then, and it's only gotten better with each iteration.
[Editor's Note: This review was altered with additions and corrections on December 19, 2005.]
For the last few years, buying a mid-range photo printer capable of printing up to 13" x 19" has involved balancing a number of compromises.
The release of Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 (as part of Studio 8) comes at a time when the graphic and interactive design community is buzzing with spe
While the phrase "the pen is mightier than the sword" is dubious advice for many practical situations (fending off invading barbarian hordes, etc.), the phrase "the pen is mightier than the mouse" is almost always true when you're talking about digital painting and graphics work. Wacom Technologies has long been the market leader for pressure-sensitive graphics tablets, thanks to their innovative tablet design and excellent battery-free, cordless pen.
Increased speed, dependability, and ease of use, and a handful of truly useful new features make Illustrator CS2 one of the most exciting updates r