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Adobe Photoshop Touch has been wildly successful on the iPad and Android tablets, and now the app has been redesigned for even smaller screens, in an edition specifically crafted for smartphones. Unsurprisingly named “Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone,” the shrunken version of the app packs the same controls as the original, just modified to take into account the smaller amount of real estate on hand.

According to Adobe, Photoshop Touch for phone allows you to:

●    Enhance images using popular Photoshop features such as…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/02/27/adobe-photoshop-touch-now-available-for-smartphones

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It's been more than a year now since Canon's PowerShot S100 first hit the market, but the company is still showing the premium compact — and its owners — some love with a new firmware update that aims to resolve control problems with the camera's lens ring. Much the same problem is also fixed in a simultaneous firmware release for the follow-up Canon S110, and that camera receives a slight tweak to its Wi-Fi operation, as well.

Before the new firmware is applied, Canon notes that both the S100 and S110 could fail to adjust the focal length when…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/02/27/canon-s100-and-s110-firmware-updates-resolve-control-ring-issues

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Self-improvement is necessary to getting ahead. But whether you want to be better at public speaking, using social media, or analyzing data, how do you start? Here are three general rules to follow:

• Start small. Learning new skills can feel overwhelming. Focus on one and break it down into manageable goals. For example, if you’re trying to become more assertive, push yourself to talk in the first five minutes of a meeting.

• Reflect along the way. Think about what you’re learning, otherwise the new skill won’t stick. Talk about your progress with others to get valuable feedback, keep you accountable, and cement the change.

• Teach it to others. One of the quickest ways to learn something new, and to practice it, is to show others how to do it. Share what you learn with your team, your manager, or your co-workers.

Today’s Management Tip was adapted from…

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