Everyday life takes on touches of the bizarre in these tales of sexy and cynical Trudy Honeyvan and her circle of twenty-something friends. From oddball coincidences to occasional UFO sightings to an ominously cryptic message from a Magic 8 Ball, Trudy's world is becoming increasingly weird — right up to the point when a pair of mysterious men in black ask her to "lend ambiance" to a nightclub called Heaven's Rift. January 17, 2017
A tale of blood and vengeance set in the rip-roaring 1930s, this graphic novel stars Arron Day, alias Blackjack, an African-American soldier of fortune. January 11, 2017
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017 ... here we are, kicking off another trip around the sun with lots of creative inspiration and discoveries from the worlds of visual communications, arts, design, graphics, typography, animation, web design, video, movies and just about all other forms of visual graphic arts! AND -- welcome to our 27th year online with DT&G and the Design & Publishing Center!
- What’s The Use of Fonts In Use with Stephen Coles
- Best album cover art 2016: Best Art Vinyl Awards
- John Jennings on Graphic Arts and Afrocentricism
- Design Week’s 10 biggest stories of 2016
- 4 graphic designs that rocked in 2016
Scott Kelby has been called many things ... but we call him the hardest working guy in Photoshop! His latest books are just what you might be looking for to load up your skills and creativity. Scotts books are always good looking and easy reading
- The Lightroom Mobile Book: How to extend the power of Lightroom
- The Photoshop Elements 14 Book for Digital Photographers
- The Adobe Photoshop CC Book for Digital Photographers
- How Do I Do That in Photoshop?
- How Do I Do That In Lightroom?
- . . . and more!
Unfortunately this edition has to be way beyond 60-seconds. I'm in the second reading of Future Crimes: Everything Is Connected, Everyone Is Vulnerable and What We Can Do About It, actually I'm listening to the Audible version, and just ordered the print version. This could possibly be the most important book of the decade and I urge anyone reading this to get a copy and study it.
Many of you already know that I've been involved in tracking cyber activities since the late 1980s. I have not been digging into the intracies of how it works or the background -- but rather about discovery, tracking and reporting. I've been a highly active Spamcop user/agent, and active participating Knujon user and evangelist. As a reporter for UGNN and Safenetting, I've have closely followed the threats arriving in the mailbox and on the web, as well as tracking and discovering where the threats are coming from, who could be behind them, and the owners/publishers of the sites and internet resources they use. What we've learned over the past decade is that following the money trail is not necessarily the thread to chase. Since the late 1990s, cyber crime and cyber intrusion has taken on another level of divisiveness for religious, political and societal gain.
If you read (or listen to) Future Crimes you will begin to understand what the security community has been preaching about for over three decades. Add these references to your reading list, and you'll see the rest of the iceberg that is the cyber world:
- Tor and The Dark Net: Remain Anonymous and Evade NSA Spying
- @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex Paperback
- Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know®
- Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data
- The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld
- Cybersecurity for Beginners
- How to Access the Deep Web
As 2016 draws to a close, the social network Dronestagram presents the TOP 20 pictures published on its platform this year -- and these are all awesome shots you don't want to miss! December 28, 2016
I know there are professionals reading who will really appreciate PaintCode 3. This is a new version of a design and development tool for Mac OS -- a vector drawing app that turns drawings into code, acting as a bridge between developers and graphic designers. This is serious stuff. December 6, 2016