The Complete Marvel Comics Family Trees by Joe Stone [Infographics] – ComicsAlliance | Comic book culture, news, humor, commentary, and reviews
Graphic designer Joe Stone has completed his trilogy of Marvel Comics infographics with the Avengers Family Tree. As he has already done with the X-Men and and the Fantastic Four, Stone traces the familial, sexual and clonal relationship of one comics’ most beloved super-teams.
YouTube Offers Free Image Stabilization – NYTimes.com
YouTube has added a stabilization feature to its adjustment tools, which reduces shakiness in video, whether from walking, riding or unsteady hands. A jumpy recording from a train can become smooth, a brisk street stroll less bouncy.
Your Guide to Medical Identity Fraud Protection
Medical identity theft is an alarming and growing trend in the United States, but unlike with traditional identity fraud – you may not be aware it has even occurred. Approximately 1.4 million people in the United States have been victims of medical identity theft, according to a survey conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by credit reporting firm Experian.
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FIND’s Personalise Your Map site – Customise maps with free mapping tools
FIND’s Personalise Your Map portal allows you to create, customise, annotate and PDF your own maps.
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8 Powerful & Inexpensive Desktop Design Apps
One of the most costly and critical sets of tools for any designer is software. Settling on the right tools for the job can be daunting, given the large and ever-increasing number of design software applications out there, ranging in price from free to thousands of dollars each.
The power of ‘edcamps’ and ‘unconferencing’ – The Answer Sheet – The Washington Post
“Most PD stinks.”
That was not the answer I anticipated when I asked Dan Callahan, one of the founders of the edcamp movement in the United States, to what he attributes the growing phenomena of edcamps across the nation.