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Download Source Project file here: http://bit.ly/jIJwr9 Ultra modern, stylish opener with 8 video/image holders and 12 glossy, extruded titles. Also 2 extruded 3D logo placeholders which can also be replaced with titles. Retro picture frame combined with modern Creampuff font, diagonal lines, background circle and distorted transition with tv noise and chroma aberration effect. Pictures animates-in with modern pop-up book type of animation. Unfolding 2D paper layers that forms 3D environment. Works great with both – images and videos. Can be used by designers, artists, photographers, broadcast stations and many more.+ More details
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This screencast features a quick introduction into nodejs and the express web framework. It uses MongoDB and Mongoose as backend and dojo for the frontend stuff. The basic question was, whether it is easily possible to save the position of a portlet, which can be moved around via drag and drop. You can also get the source at http://spinscale.github.com/nodejs-portlet-app.tar.gz+ More details
This Pre-Conference, titled "Christian Communication in a Hypersocial World" acknowledges that every day we communicate through various media. From the invention of Gutenberg's printing press in the fifteenth century to the rise of the internet in the late twentieth century, throughout history societies have invented new forms of media in order to communicate more efficiently. In this segment of our Pre-Conference Question & Answer session, Albert Mohler answers the question, "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" To see the complete Q&A session, or the other lectures from the entire conference, go to http://www.ligonier.org/learn/conferences/tough-questions-christians-face-2010-national/ We hope this teaching will help equip Christians, young and old, to think biblically about new media and how to use new media for their own purposes, for the edification of the church, and for the kingdom of God.+ More details
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This project was designed as part of a next generation User Experience vision for Artefact. Nau is a new apparel brand offering chic, sporty, active clothes and a novel online/offline business model, along with a focus on community action. We love this brand. Because it has incredible lovemark potential, we approached Nau about creating a conceptual demo of the next version of their site for the near future. Nau helped us by providing us with clothing for our photo shoot, as well as some additional assets. http://www.artefactgroup.com/#/content/nau Credits Client: Artefact Agency: Artefact Creative Director, Concept, Executive Producer, Designer, Animator: Issara Willenskomer Animator: Charles Bartlett Photography: Laura Totten+ More details
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This is Project Bubble. I wanted to make a project management tool that was simple and fun to use. With Project Bubble you can easily manage your projects and invoices, for free! The Bubble community is growing every day, so sign up for your free account and feel free to let me know what you think. I hope it saves you lots of time and hassle. http://www.projectbubble.com+ More details
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Project Source available from here: http://bit.ly/uQMa67 Stylish Christmas Greeting Video Card with stylish christmas tree model formed by pixels. It will hold two greeting titles and your logo. It’s simple yet beautiful and will amaze your colleagues, business partners, clients, friends, family and loved ones. Easy customization with just 3 steps – Add your logo, edit titles, drop in audio and you’re ready to render. No third party plugins used. Created using built-in AE tools only. Not even Cycore plugins used. So you can customize this using Demo version of After Effects as well. Lens Flare object is pre-rendered. Flipping audio FX included.+ More details
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by Michael Wesch First Released on January 31st 2007 "Web 2.0" in just under 5 minutes. I was inspired to make this video while writing a paper about web 2.0. Struggling to find a way to put it into words, I decided to make this video to show it rather than tell it. For more information on my goals and ideas behind this video, check out my interview with John Battelle.+ More details
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