Monthly Archives: March 2012

Fonts on Friday: Geometry and Line

What better time to round up new typefaces than on Friday. Not only is “Fonts on Friday” alliterative, but showcasing new fonts also seems like a good way to end the week as well. This week’s round-up consists to fonts that are thin, angular, and illusory. These typefaces definitely fall into the category of experimental. […]

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Publications in iPad Newsstand Thrive

While moving $70,000 per day isn’t much for some Silicon Valley firms or metropolitan newspapers at their heyday, it’s a remarkable number for the iPad Newsstand that launched only six months ago. The Newsstand is the iPad uber-app that sells and distributes subscription-based periodicals, like newspapers and magazines. The report, by analytics firm Distimo, says […]

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Image-Editing Review: iPhoto for the iPad

Pros: Some nice editing tools, good local filtering and rating, cool journal facility. Cons: Metadata is not standard IPTC; edits have limited latitude; iOS sandboxing makes for complex multi-app workflow. Score: 7.5/10 It’s taken a surprising amount of time, but Apple has finally released a version of iPhoto for the iPad. Apple no longer seems […]

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