Monthly Archives: January 2013

Get more performance on your Mac with Painter 12.2, Service Pack 1 Update

Today, the Corel Painter team released a free service pack that is available through its notification system, and on Corel.com. This patch includes several documented bug fixes and performance optimizations for both Mac and Windows. The patch includes a specific … Continue reading

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The Top Tech Trends of 2013

Unless you own a Harry Potter-style crystal ball or a DeLorean (with prerequisite time travelling flux capacitor) chances are the future is pretty difficult to predict. That’s doubly true when it comes to technology, which tends to change faster than … Continue reading

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What I Learned in a Nutshell at CES 2013

CES has come and gone and I was one of the lucky ones who attended (for the second time). This year, with no product launches to promote, my experience was quite different than the last. Instead of the usual show … Continue reading

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Desktopography

Your desktop image says a lot about you. Whether you’re a designer, a business owner or work with a computer in some way, you probably spend the majority of your day in front of a computer screen.  Therefore, you put … Continue reading

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Lost in Space Covered in Paint: Creating one-of-a-kind art

Side Tracked Life gets busy and being a creative person makes it even busier. I don’t go to work 9 to 5 and then get to come home and play. I work all the time but for me it’s also … Continue reading

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