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Tilt-Shift Photography | Photoshop | Lens Blur

Charlotte_Trolley_Lens_EffectHere the Tilt-Shift effect done in Photoshop CC, which takes a photo and models it, to look as if it were a scaled model toy. It is a great effect that is definitely not new, but can still be very effective. For a step-by-step tutorial, tiltshiftphotography.net has broken it down, very simple.

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Creative ideas for Social Media updates

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Are you struggling to find ideas for posts on Twitter, Facebook and Google+?

Do you need to come up with additional social media updates?

Even seasoned social media marketers can find it difficult to keep up with the demand for fresh content.

In this article you’ll discover 26 (A to Z style) prompts to help you deliver a never-ending supply of social media updates.

Source: Social Media Examiner

BullyGram.com is getting press

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REUTERS: SAN FRANCISCOAug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Facebook’s Instagram is lawyering up to attack tiny SF-based startup Evergram.com for using the word “gram” in its name. The case, Instagram v. Evergram No. 91216122, is being argued in The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in Washington, D.C. Read More | Reuters

CNBC: SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Facebook’s Instagram is lawyering up to attack tiny SF-based startup Evergram.com for using the word “gram” in its name. The case, Instagram v. Evergram No. 91216122, is being argued in The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in Washington, D.C. Read More | CNBC

Forbes | Thu, 21 Aug 2014 18:17:00 GMT. Instagram users: prepare for a side of Taco Bell ads to accompany your endless stream of washed out brunch photos. The Facebook-owned photosharing company announced yesterday that it is rolling out a suite of brand new ad analytics tools. The tools … Read More | NewsRender
EXAMINER: Facebook’s Instagram is lawyering up to attack tiny SF-based startupEvergram.com for using the word “gram” in its name.
The case, Instagram v. Evergram No. 91216122, is being argued in The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in Washington, D.C. “This is ridiculous, bullying behavior. Our two trademarks and companies couldn’t be more different, plus the words “Ever” and Insta” have entirely different meanings,” says Evergram’s Co-Founder, Duncan Seay. Which is why Evergram is calling attention to the bullying nature of Facebook’s actions through BullyGram.com. Read More | Examiner
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Remote control Paper Airplane?

What can I say…I want one!

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