Getting Things Done

I have not read the book yet, but I’ve been trying to follow David Allen’s concept of GTD(Getting Things Done) online. I downloaded a great program for the Mac called iGTD. iGTD takes some concepts and ideas from the Getting Things Done methodology by allowing you to organize your life by contexts or projects. Plus you can add e-mail, web-pages, and files to this program, with one press of a buttom. It also works great with Growl, and Quicksilver.

[tags]GTD, getting things done, David Allen, free software, [/tags]

Updated Interface in CS3

I was just like many of designers, who had downloaded Photoshop CS3 Beta on Friday ( DEC. 15, 2006).  I was surprised to hear Adobe making this move to allow public beta testing of one of their flagship products, but at the same time happy they wanted to involve the community to test the new version.

Overall I really like the new Interface, it seemed a little getting use too. The tool bar is docked, which I is something I don’t like, but I finally figured out I could “un dock” it and the other  menus to make them behave just as I have  had in previous versions of Photoshop. I’m liking the new features like quick selection, refine edges, and the new features in Vanishing Point as well. I’m happy to finally see a Universal Binary version as well for the Intel macs, which has been something holding me back on getting a new Intel Mac. I can’t wait for the new release of the in the Spring. Since, I’m a CS user at home, I’ve thought about upgrading to CS2 for a while now, but wanted to wait till version CS3 comes out. Now since they have opened a full version of the Beta of CS3 to CS2 users only, I have thought of upgrading to be able to take advantage of getting to play with CS3 more than just 2 days.

Get a full review of the new features in CS3 from the following resources:

John Nack’s Blog

Photoshop Cafe

Photoshop Guys/NAPP 

[tags] Photoshop, cs3, photoshop cs3, adobe, [/tags]