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How to Cut Out Hair in Photoshop

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CSS animated properties

Mozilla Developer Network Some CSS properties can be animated, that is can change in a smooth way when its value change, either when used by CSS Animations or CSS Transitions.

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13 Awesome Landscape Photographs for Some Inspiration

Light Stalking Photographers! Let's talk a little about this! 13 Awesome Landscape Photographs for Some Inspiration

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How to Track Facebook Conversions After February 2017

socialmediaexaminer Do you track the results of your Facebook campaigns? Discover how to set up and install conversion tracking using the new Facebook pixel.

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Complete List of HTML Meta Tags

Gist Complete List of HTML Meta Tags

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RAW vs. JPEG: An Ultimate Guide

PetaPixel I did not plan on writing a dedicated article on RAW vs JPEG. Why? I thought this ship had sailed long ago and the time of heated debates over which format

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MG Motion Graphics samples

MG Motion Graphics Here are some samples of motion graphics work that I have done. Titles and images.

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How To Cut Anything Out in Photoshop

YouTube Clipping a subject from its background in Photoshop has to be the most common task a designer will encounter in their every day working life. The pen tool is...

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Tracking Facebook in-app browser in Google Analytics

OKO Digital I encourage marketers and publishers to stop ignoring what is one of the most popular and under-reported segments of browsers on the web. Anyone involved in marketing or monetizing a website that gets traffic from Facebook would do well to read this.

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18 Terrible Design Choices That'll Make You Walk Away From Your Screen

BuzzFeed WARNING: This post might cause your eyes to bleed. H/T to r/CrappyDesign.

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Site Migration - Step-by-Step Guide

BrightEdge SEO Blog Changing domains is dangerous. Learn how to mitigate your risks in site migration through case studies and hands-on experience.

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Library of Congress Digitizes 19th-Century Photos of Black Women Activists

Hyperallergic The Library of Congress has digitized rare 19th-century photographs of African American women activists, educators, and civil rights leaders.

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How to Clean up Audio in Premiere Pro in 30 Seconds

The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat Need to get good audio fast? Just follow these quick steps in Premiere Pro and Audition.

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How to Auto Post on Twitter with PHP

pontikis Instructions for using PHP to post articles to Twitter.

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Explore historical collections from libraries, museums, and archives across Massachusetts

digitalcommonwealth Explore curated collections of historic materials grouped by topic, date, location, or format.

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Google+ Profile Picture and Cover Photo Size Guide

Have Camera Will Travel - Reviews & Tips A guide to the sizes of images displayed on Google+ profile pages.

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Yale University Releases 170,000 Incredible Photos Of The Great Depression

Beautiful/Decay In a database called Photogrammar, Yale has just released 170,000 searchable photos of the Great Depression. Previously stored away in the government archives, these are the unseen images taken by great photographers such as Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Arthur Rothstein, all of whom were

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Download Influential Avant-Garde Magazines from the Early 20th Century: Dadaism, Surrealism, Futurism & More

Open Culture "I’m tired of politics, I just want to talk about my art," I sometimes hear artists—and musicians, actors, writers, etc.—say.

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