20 years of Adobe Photoshop

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    Interesting read here on the origin and history of the Knoll's creation.

    Source: WebDesignerDepot
     
  2. Mad Mac

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    To celebrate, I installed Photoshop CS on my netbook. I tried CS2 but it was laggy. CS works beautifully for light work. I am just glad Snow Leopard still supports it.
     
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    Nice timeline from Gizmodo:

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    Full article here.
     
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    'Shopped. I can tell by the shadows.
     
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    I am loving Photoshop CS on my netbook all over again. Reminds me of the Blueberry iMacs we worked on in the 90s. I tried CS2 but every action lagged. CS is perfect for netbook specs. It is not surprising. These are the specs of iBooks, PowerBooks, and early MacBooks.
     

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