Once in a while in life we humans tend to be nostalgic and we think about how it was back in those days when you were a bit younger, crazy and when you joined or started something. I'm guessing we all heard our grand parents saying "Ooh those were the days" or "It was better before"..
I'd like to apologize for the lack of blog posts nowadays. I have a new job and I'm unbeliveably busy. I had no uninterrupted holiday or weekend for the last 2 month and many times I get home after midnight. But, I'm loving it! Because of my NDA I can't talk about the job. Let me just tell you, it's a kick ass advertising agency. I'm not sure when will I get my life back... I was even thinking about passing on the stick and sell creativebits, because i would like the blog to be continued as it was before even if somebody else was in charge.
I mentioned in this blog entry that Photoshop radio has a bit too many urls for an audio broadcast. I highly appreciate that they went ahead and fixed this issue for us. If you go to the blog site of PS radio you have all the links listed for you, so you don't need to jot down those urls.
Some people think that creative professionals can come up with a dozen ideas in half as many seconds, but the truth is that even people with 20 years experience sometimes have hard times coming up with ideas. We are here to help. :-)
Coming up with ideas by yourself is the best: your wildest ideas can not be shot down by a dumbass collegue, and you the fat snobby art director who couldn't draw a straight line to save his life doesn't add his two cents to your production.
Don't you just love it when account executives start pointing at your screen with their greasy fingers leaving shiny fingerprints?
These guys should understand that this is not just a monitor they are poking at. It's the window we're looking through 90% of our work time. If it's dirty we can't see the details, we would have to zoom in and out all the time. We would have to double check the shades of colors to see if it is just dirt on the screen or if it is in fact there digitally. It drives us crazy.