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Digital Graphics and Animation with Adobe® Illustrator® 10, Adobe® Photoshop® 7, and Macromedia® Flash® MX

by Prentice Hall

Digital Graphics and Animation includes two types of projects: free-form projects and step-by-step projects.

Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environmental Knowing

by Malcom Mccllough

Digital Ground is an architect's response to the design challenge posed by pervasive computing. One century into the electronic age, people have become accustomed to interacting indirectly, mediated through networks.

Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web

by Roy Rosenzweig Daniel J. Cohen

Cohen and Rosenzweig take their experiences with a project at George Mason U. titled "Echo: Exploring and Collecting History Online; Science, Technology, and Industry" and build them into an introduction to the Web for historians who want to produce or improve an online exhibit. They walk readers (teachers, students, activists, curators, amateur enthusiasts) through the process of planning a project, understanding the technologies involved, and responding to an intended audience effectively. Discussion includes coverage of copyright law and fair use for scholars, and of evolving Web techniques that enable interactivity. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Digital Hustlers: Living Large and Falling Hard in Silicon Alley

by Casey Kait Stephen Weiss

The commercial and cultural explosion of the digital age may have been born in California's Silicon Valley, but it reached its high point of riotous, chaotic exuberance in New York City from 1995 to 2000 - in the golden age of Silicon Alley. In that short period of time a generation of talented, untested twentysomethings deluged the city, launching thousands of new Internet ventures and attracting billions of dollars in investment capital. Many of these young entrepreneurs were entranced by the infinite promise of the new medium; others seemed more captivated by the promise of infinite profits. The innovations they launched - from online advertising to twenty-four hour webcasting - propelled both the Internet and the tech-stock boom of the late nineties. And in so doing they sent the city around them into a maelstrom of brainstorming, code-writing, fund-raising, drugs, sex, and frenzied hype... until April 2000, when the NASDAQ zeppelin finally burst and fell at their feet." "In Digital Hustlers, Alley insiders Casey Kait and Stephen Weiss have captured the excitement and excesses of this remarkable moment in time. Weaving together the perspectives of more than fifty of the industry's leading characters, this extraordinary oral history offers a ground-zero look at the birth of a new medium. Here are entrepreneurs like Kevin O'Connor of Double Click, Fernando Espuelas of StarMedia, and Craig Kanarick of Razorfish; commentators like Omar Wasow of MSNBC and Jason McCabe Calacanis of the Silicon Alley Reporter; and inimitable Alley characters like party diva Courtney Pulitzer and Josh Harris, the clown prince of Pseudo.com. Together they describe a world of sweatshop programmers and paper millionaires, of cocktail-napkin business plans and billion-dollar IPOs, of spectacular successes and flameouts alike.

Digital Identity

by Phil Windley

The rise of network-based, automated services in the past decade has definitely changed the way businesses operate, but not always for the better. Offering services, conducting transactions and moving data on the Web opens new opportunities, but many CTOs and CIOs are more concerned with the risks. Like the rulers of medieval cities, they've adopted a siege mentality, building walls to keep the bad guys out. It makes for a secure perimeter, but hampers the flow of commerce. Fortunately, some corporations are beginning to rethink how they provide security, so that interactions with customers, employees, partners, and suppliers will be richer and more flexible. Digital Identity explains how to go about it. This book details an important concept known as "identity management architecture" (IMA): a method to provide ample protection while giving good guys access to vital information and systems. In today's service-oriented economy, digital identity is everything. IMA is a coherent, enterprise-wide set of standards, policies, certifications and management activities that enable companies like yours to manage digital identity effectively--not just as a security check, but as a way to extend services and pinpoint the needs of customers. Author Phil Windley likens IMA to good city planning. Cities define uses and design standards to ensure that buildings and city services are consistent and workable. Within that context, individual buildings--or system architectures--function as part of the overall plan. With Windley's experience as VP of product development for Excite@Home.com and CIO of Governor Michael Leavitt's administration in Utah, he provides a rich, real-world view of the concepts, issues, and technologies behind identity management architecture. How does digital identity increase business opportunity? Windley's favorite example is the ATM machine. With ATMs, banks can now offer around-the-clock service, serve more customers simultaneously, and do it in a variety of new locations. This fascinating book shows CIOs, other IT professionals, product managers, and programmers how security planning can support business goals and opportunities, rather than holding them at bay.

Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM)

by Oleg S. Pianykh

This is the second edition of a very popular book on DICOM that introduces this complex standard from a very practical point of view. It is aimed at a broad audience of radiologists, clinical administrators, information technologists, medical students, and lecturers. The book provides a gradual, down to earth introduction to DICOM, accompanied by an analysis of the most common problems associated with its implementation. Compared with the first edition, many improvements and additions have been made, based on feedback from readers. Whether you are running a teleradiology project or writing DICOM software, this book will provide you with clear and helpful guidance. It will prepare you for any DICOM projects or problem solving, and assist you in taking full advantage of multifaceted DICOM functionality.

Digital Knight

by Ryk E. Spoor

When journalist Jason Wood notices that a drug kingpin doesn't appear in photographs, he sets out to find out why. Soon, Jason is trapped in a nightmare world of vampires and werewolves. Original.

Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing

by William Y. Arms

The emergence of the Internet and the wide availability of affordable computing equipment have created tremendous interest in digital libraries and electronic publishing.

Digital Media: Concepts and Applications

by Karen May Susan E. L. Lake

DIGITAL MEDIA, CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS, 3E prepares students for the workplace by teaching them to use business-standard software applications to complete projects and solve problems. The non-software-specific approach gives students a strong foundation in the concepts and practices of digital multimedia and allows the text to focus on the more creative end of business technology.

The Digital Mom Handbook

by Colleen Padilla Audrey Mcclelland

From the founders of ClassyMommy.com and MomGenerations.com comes the ultimate guide to helping moms build successful careers at home by doing what they already do online-just better. To work or not to work-it's the toughest question for most mothers today. But Audrey McClelland and Colleen Padilla have found the coveted "middle ground," creating successful careers from home via the Internet. They've literally Skyped, blogged, vlogged, tweeted, and Facebooked their way to the top-and in this eye-opening book they show other moms how to find success through these seven basic steps: 1. Find your passion. 2. Hang a digital "shingle" and start typing. 3. Find your tribe. 4. Make opportunity knock and learn how to answer that door. 5. Manage the Benjamins. 6. Don't forget the children! 7. Live happily ever after by living your values.

Digital Painting, 26 Beginner Tricks and Techniques

by Gary Tonge

Digital Painting, 26 Beginner Tricks and Techniques will show you how to get more out of your software and improve your digital artwork. Gary Tonge, one of the world's leading digital art pros, offers state-of-the-art advice for beginners covering every aspect of computer-generated art--from lighting and color basics to working with layers. Clear instruction, screen shots and striking art make these tips immediately applicable so you can begin right away.

Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques

by Gary Tonge

Learn how to get more out of your software and elevate your digital artwork to the next level. You'll discover the freedom to experiment with new ideas quickly and tweak details freely. State-of-the-art advice from one of the world's leading digital art pros covers every aspect of computer-generated art--from brush modes and special effects to speed and matte painting. Five step-by-step demonstrations offer intermediate-level instruction, making these tips immediately applicable so you can begin right away. With real-world perspective and a practical focus, author Gary Tonge offers solutions to everyday challenges and inspiration for taking concepts that extra step to greatness.

The Digital Photography Book, Volume 1: The Step-by-Step Secrets for How to Make Your Photos Look Like the Pros

by Scott Kelby

This text tackles the most important side of digital photography - how to take professional-quality shots using the same tricks today's top digital pros use.

The Digital Photography Book, Volume 2: The Step-by-Step Secrets for How to Make Your Photos Look Like the Pros

by Scott Kelby

This text tackles the most important side of digital photography - how to take professional-quality shots using the same tricks today's top digital pros.

Digital Photography: Expert Techniques

by Ken Milburn

This absorbing book, by professional photographer and author Ken Milburn, offers a ton of expert advice to those who are ready to move to the next level with digital photography. Rather than a general discussion of photography principles, Digital Photography: Expert Techniques focuses on workflow: time-tested, step-by-step procedures based on hard-nosed experience by and for genuine practitioners of the art. The book's conversational tone presents detailed information about what to look for in today's affordable high-end digicams, how to use simple techniques and equipment to shoot breathtaking shots, instructions on shooting great panoramas, dos-and-don'ts for creating better Photoshop masks, and professional digital darkroom techniques for everything from knockouts to restoration to transforming your photos into watercolors. It even shows you how to get your most prized photographs printed and ready for exhibition. Contents include: Understanding your digital camera from the inside out. Creating effects with the camera: making panoramas, high-resolution matrixes, infrared photos, and more. General composition and managing your workflow. Using the digital darkroom and Photoshop CS to make your images professional caliber. Understanding the power of Photoshop CS selections and masks. Using special effects to save what's good, and get rid of the bad and the ugly. Creating fictitious photos: bend and wrap images to fit an object, insert a more interesting skyscrape, and more. Professional color and tonal management Creating portfolios and presenting your images on the Web. Digital Photography: Expert Techniques is in four-color front to back, allowing you to see each step in the Digital Photographer's workflow, including the steps in-between. Serious photographers, including professionals, who want to take advantage of the unique creative powers available through digital photography and digital image processing will find this problem-solving book invaluable.

Digital Photography for Dummies

by Julie Adair King Serge Timacheff

A number of things have changed in the digital photography world since the last edition published: Consumer priced point-and-shoot cameras with 10+ megapixels have hit the market. Digital SLR cameras have fallen in price to the point that first-time photographers are buying them as their first cameras. New versions of the popular Photoshop Elements editing software have been released. Windows Vista came out with new photo organization tools. New accessories like digital photo frames have become hot commodities. New photo hosting communities have popped up. This update addresses all those changes alongside the classic help for selecting a camera, shooting quality photos, managing files from a camera onto a computer, editing out the bad parts, and sharing via print, online, or other means.

Digital Photography Hacks

by Derrick Story

Going beyond the standard fare of most digital photography books, Digital Photography Hacks shares the knowledge that professional photographers have learned through thousands of shots' worth of experience and years of experimentation. With exquisite, full-color photos throughout, the book presents 100 proven techniques in the areas of daytime and nighttime photo secrets, flash magic, digital camera attachments, fun photo projects, camera phone tricks, and more. This book is your passport to taking the kind of digital photos you've always aspired to.

Digital Photography Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools

by Derrick Story

Your digital camera is more than a new incarnation of your old film camera. Yes, it still produces photos, but it also offers new outlets for creativity, including instant gratification of seeing your photos now, the ability to experiment without worrying about expense, the technology to fine-tune your photos with advanced professional techniques, and the means to share your work instantaneously with anyone, anyplace in the world. It's no wonder that digital cameras are outselling traditional cameras for the first time ever. But the question most digital camera users ask is this, "How do I get from taking 'decent' photos to doing the things I'd really like to do? How do I tap into that potential?" Digital Photography Hacks is your passport to taking the kind of digital photos you've always aspired to. Written by Derrick Story, photographer and author of Digital Photography Pocket Guide and other books, it goes beyond the standard fare of most digital photography books--such as camera basics, understanding memory cards, and when to use a flash--to the things that professional photographers have learned through thousands of shots' worth of experience, years of experimentation, and fiddling and hacking. The book includes a foreword by photographer Rick Smolan, author of America 24/7. With exquisite, full-color photos throughout, the book presents a collection of tips, tricks, and techniques for photographers ready to move beyond the basics. And if you don't have the latest in digital camera photography, this book will show you how to extend the life and functionality of your existing camera. All the hacks in the book are platform-agnostic, designed for use on both Mac on Windows-based computers. You'll find 100 proven techniques in the areas of: Daytime and nighttime photo secrets Flash magic Digital camera attachments The computer connection Photoshop magic Fun photo projects Camera phone tricks This book is for the photographer you are now, and the one you want to be. Digital Photography Hacks is for the creative adventurer who resides in each of us.

Digital Photography Handbook

by David Jones Doug Harman

In the last few years digital cameras and "digital darkrooms" in the form of computers and image manipulation software have revolutionized modern photography. Truly professional results are tantalizingly within reach of all--and The Digital Photography Handbook shows you how to combine photographic flair with digital expertise to achieve them. Part one looks at the cameras, the lenses and other hardware accessories, explains the technology behind them and helps you choose exactly what you need. Part two explores the art of photography itself, from composing a shot to considerations such as depth of field, focus or exposure. It also examines a series of themes such as landscapes, weddings and holidays providing tips and ideas for how to photograph them. Part three moves into the "digital darkroom". Here, expert instruction will give you the confidence to correct common problems and get the most out of your images, while a series of masterclasses focuses on professional image manipulation techniques and artistic effects, breaking them down into step-by-step stages for you to follow. Finally, part four looks at printing your photographs--whether to paper or on to the web. For those interested in taking their photography a little further, it explores building a portfolio and offers advice on copyright and selling your pictures.In this new, updated edition Doug Harrman includes the very latest developments in digital technology, equipping you with everything you need to become an accomplished 21st-century photographer.

Digital Photography: The Missing Manual

by Barbara Brundage Chris Grover

Digital Photography: The Missing Manual helps you to take beautiful digital pictures -- of your baby, your trip to Paris, your new pet iguana--and then share the stunning results with your friends and family. Spiked with the advice and humor that are trademarks of the Missing Manual series, this book shows you how to: Master your digital camera. Learn how to use those mysterious buttons and modes to improve your pictures. Take memorable photos. Become a better photographer right away with a few simple tricks from the pros. Edit your photos to remove red eye, or crop out extraneous buildings. Add colors and effects not normally found in nature. Share your pictures using the best programs and Web sites for sharing your photos-in print, online, and via ESP. This is a great book for people who want to get started with digital photography but it's also perfect for those who need to increase the skills they already have. Intermediate digital photographers will love the tips and tricks from the pros and the helpful buying guides for those accessories they're ready to add. Note: This book is Windows-only. For Mac fans, iPhoto 6: The Missing Manual has a whole section on digital photography.

Digital Photography Pocket Guide, 3rd Edition

by Derrick Story

Even film diehards have a tough time resisting the instant gratification of the digital camera. Today's digital cameras are more affordable then ever before, and they deliver high quality images that are a snap to share. Plus, you can take risks with a digital camera you never would with a film camera. You waste nothing; there's no film required, and because you only print the pictures you need, digital photography is cost effective and environmentally friendly. But to take full advantage of a digital camera, you need to be an experienced photographer and an expert at digital photography too. With more than 15 years of experience as a photojournalist, author Derrick Story brings you Digital Photography Pocket Guide , 3rd Edition. For everyone who owns or will own a digital camera (and that pretty much means everyone!), this is the perfect on-the-go guide for taking top-notch digital photos. In this third edition of the bestselling pocket guide, Story expands on the basic photography techniques that he introduced in earlier editions, including an explanation of each camera component and what it does, tips for choosing just the right settings for your needs, and much more. This indispensable guide covers everything from how to shoot sports action, close ups, and night shots, to dealing with image resolution, archiving, and memory cards. Affordable and portable, Digital Photography Pocket Guide , 3rd Edition offers full-color photographs, screen shots, and line art illustrating all the topics in the guide's three main sections ("Digital Camera Components," "Standard Camera Functions," and "How Do I?"). Contents are labeled A to Z for quick reference. There's also a comprehensive table of contents and index so you'll waste no time flipping to the specific information you need--whether you want to transfer images, make a QuickTime movie, or just figure out what purpose that mystery setting on your camera serves. There's even a section of easy-to-read reference tables for quick look-up of white balance settings, exposure compensation, camera mode explanations, and plenty more.

The Digital Plague

by Jeff Somers

Avery Cates is a very rich man. He's probably the richest criminal in New York City. But right now, Avery Cates is pissed. Because everyone around him has just started to die - in a particularly gruesome way. With every moment bringing the human race closer to extinction, Cates finds himself in the role of both executioner and savior of the entire world.

The Digital Rights Movement

by Hector Postigo

The movement against restrictive digital copyright protection arose largely in response to the excesses of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 1998. In The Digital Rights Movement, Hector Postigo shows that what began as an assertion of consumer rights to digital content has become something broader: a movement concerned not just with consumers and gadgets but with cultural ownership. Increasingly stringent laws and technological measures are more than incoveniences; they lock up access to our "cultural commons. " Postigo describes the legislative history of the DMCA and how policy "blind spots" produced a law at odds with existing and emerging consumer practices. Yet the DMCA established a political and legal rationale brought to bear on digital media, the Internet, and other new technologies. Drawing on social movement theory and science and technology studies, Postigo presents case studies of resistance to increased control over digital media, describing a host of tactics that range from hacking to lobbying. Postigo discusses the movement's new, user-centered conception of "fair use" that seeks to legitimize noncommercial personal and creative uses such as copying legitimately purchased content and remixing music and video tracks. He introduces the concept of technological resistance--when hackers and users design and deploy technologies that allows access to digital content despite technological protection mechanisms--as the flip side to the technological enforcement represented by digital copy protection and a crucial tactic for the movement.

Digital Satellite Navigation and Geophysics

by Toshiaki Tsujii Ivan G. Petrovski

Bridge the gap between theoretical education and practical work experience with this hands-on guide to GNSS, which features: * A clear, practical presentation of GNSS theory, with emphasis on GPS and GLONASS * All the essential theory behind software receivers and signal simulators * Key applications in navigation and geophysics, including INS aiding, scintillation monitoring, earthquake studies and more * Physical explanations of various important phenomena, including the similarity of code delay and phase advance of GNSS signals, and negative cross-correlation between scintillation intensity and phase variations. Whether you are a practising engineer, a researcher or a student, you will gain a wealth of insights from the authors' 25 years of experience. You can explore numerous practical examples and case studies and get hands-on user experience with a bundled real-time software receiver, signal simulator and a set of signal data, enabling you to create your own GNSS lab for research or study.

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