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I know that most Americans would not rank cricket as one of their favorite sports. Heck, I think most Americans are not quite sure what cricket is, other than it being loosely related to baseball (make that very loosely) and that it uses funny shaped bats. But outside of the U.S. cricket is a very popular sport, and in India cricket is more popular than any other sport. Nimbus Sports has media operations in over 60 countries, and runs the Neo Sports TV channel with millions of viewers in India. To make following cricket more interactive and personal, Adobe India partnered with Nimbus Sports to create Cricket Center*, an AIR powered desktop app that allows cricket lovers to watch obtain match details, access live scorecards, obtain player stats, and more. (more…)adobe air cricket,adobe air cricket application,adobe air cricket apps,desktop cricket centre
Spaz is another free Twitter client for desktop worth checking out. It is open-source, and because it runs using Adobe AIR you bet it’s cross-platformed. Spaz performs most of the functions a normal desktop Twitter client would (send/receive tweets, stream public tweets, etc) but extra customization support. It comes with 4 themes/skin to choose from, or you can even define your own using CSS.
Did I mention it’s also ads free? Download Spaz now.
Generous souls at Sitepoint is giving out free Photoshop ebook titled ‘The Photoshop Anthology‘ in .PDF format. No strings attach, no payments. All you need to do is, go to the website, enter your email address and start downloading. This awesome giveaway expires 28 days as I’m writing. (more…)
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Freeartisticphotos might not have a really big archive of photos but each and every single photo over there were taken by Lucian Husac and Lucian is a generous guy because he’s making all these photos Public Domain. And by Public Domain, it means you can use these photos at anytime, anywhere on any websites or project without the need of permission and absolutely no strings attached. (more…)
At the point this article was created, Adobe Photoshop CS3 still cost about USD $649 per copy. I think it’s safe to say that not everyone will afford to get a copy or willing to get a copy if all one need to do is just basic image editing stuff. That’s probably one of the main reason why there’s still a fairly large crowd out there actively looking for free alternatives to Photoshop to help them in their daily basic design jobs. If you are not going into advance image editing, you should know that there’s always free softwares out there capable to perform what Photoshop can.
There’s also free web services that allows you to perform basic image editing online. Here’s few examples I’ve previously mentioned in this blog: