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Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 There are some nice new things to get used to in Office 2010. I’m loving and hating Outlook. The conversations are great and painful at the same time.

Thank goodness for Xobni or I think I would go mad trying to find some emails.

I do have two exchange accounts running in Outlook, hence the reason I had to go to the Beta. The good news is the RTM version is now only 2 months away.

I’m running 32bit Office 2010 at the moment. Here are some articles about the differences between 32bit and 64bit.

Other stuff around the web

Its funny how you come across things numerous times all of a sudden. I heard about Xero 3 times in as many days a few weeks ago. Here’s an article i bookmarked from HP that came in my email about how Zero founder Rod Drury is harnessing the power of social media.

A reminder that 24th March is Ada Lovelace day. Last year we featured Susan Bradley. Not sure who this year yet – keep your eyes open for the post though!

Laurel Papworth has an interesting article about how Social Media can save your IP from plagiarists

Dirtfest – I’m getting back into MTB racing – the dirtfest 20km Cross country will be my re entry – I’m going to go hard and cough up blood!

HTC TouchPro 2 Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM for Telstra Next G customers finally released – we installed it yesterday. Seems a lot faster to use so far.

Doorway to paradise diptychPhotography

Deep grey has some great looking wedding portraits on their site. I like the horizontal scrolling also.

Compfight is a great flickr search tool - try it out.

i want to try focus stacking at some point.

Fine art Photoblog – some very nice art here – and you can buy it too.

When I saw this article about Neutral Density filters i went and bought an ND8 filter. Now i want an ND64!

A free diptych creator called DipStych. Very easy to install and use. Here’s my first attempt.

An short explanation of AEB bracketing and HDR images

Shutterbug entries are open until 30th May 2010

How to pop colour selectively using channel mixers and layer masks in Photoshop. I am going to have to work through thus tutorial at some point.


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