Blogs: June 2008 Archives

"On Location" on Twitter

By Martin Joergensen | June 30, 2008 10:31 AM | | Comments ( 1)

copenhagen-bikes.jpgFor those readers into new social services on the web, Twitter won't be unknown, but to the rest of us, it's a new thing. I have heard of it many times, and even signed up a while back, but never used it. Now I will try to see what this messaging service can do for me and my activities.

I have changed my account name to OnLocation, and can now be Twittered on

The idea is that I tell Twitter what I'm doing right now - through the web or my cell phone - and other people can then "follow" me and get messages about my whereabouts. OK, not really photo related, and maybe just a fad, but I decided to give it a chance anyway.

If you are on Twitter you can follow me, and we will see where this leads "On Location" and this blog. And I'm on Technorati too.

To add at least a bit of photography you get a Copenhagen image shot a couple of days ago on a day with beautiful weather and a great sky.

Best Photoshop function... ever!

By Martin Joergensen | June 27, 2008 11:02 AM | | Comments ( 0)

Scott Kelby and his latest guest blogger Matt Kloskowski have been blogging on Photoshop Insider about stuff that people want in Photohop, and there's a host of great ideas to new function, extension of dialogs and great ways to get Photoshop to do its job even better.

But in all the serious suggestions you've gotta love this "Fix all" entry by Dave Cross. That's the kind of functions we want in the coming versions of Photoshop !

You can see many more - serious - suggestions here.

Off Location with Martin Joergensen

By Martin Joergensen | June 24, 2008 10:08 PM | | Comments ( 0)

This is the first entry in my new blog. Well, it actually isn't because I wrote a few samples to test the format and demonstrate the possible content, and these first entries are perfectly valid and can still be found below and in the archive.

But this is the first official entry in connection with the launch of the blog, and its purpose is to introduce the blog - and perhaps myself a bit.

Continue reading Off Location with Martin Joergensen.

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