Just when most software had settled on using Apple’s Installer, along came the App Store to add to complexity. And then there’s Adobe with its own downloaders and installers again. So how should we install and update software?
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XML should have been the solution to so many problems: just structure documents semantically and you can rejigger them any way that you want. But there is more to it than that…
This final article summarises the importance of different cues to depth in painting.
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A panorama is an image, usually broad in its extent, of landscape, and has seen extensive figurative application. What is remarkable is that it did not exist until 1789, and still thrives today.
These days, it is so easy to just plug in your router, Macs, and Time Capsule, and let them set themselves up. But in doing so, you could be making serious mistakes. Here’s how to get networking right from the start.
Linear perspective is one of the most controversial topics in the theory of painting, and few issues about it are generally agreed.