We at PI towers hope you’re all well and that the creating and marketing of
stunning images continues a pace. It’s been another interesting week on
the PI list with topics from web names to ink sets.
Web names and the mysteries of the domain registry. 3D Printing for the
visually impaired, unusual help sought and provided. “New’ reflectors: a
new product verses the DIY method.
More news about the Artist’s Bill of Rights campaign and it’s progress.
Digital vellum and the digital black hole: what happens to digital data in
years to come has been exercising our members minds.
Copyright and limited companies: How do members deal with copyright
Storage for sale questions were aired.
Laptop suggestions, yet no platform squabbles, PC’s mainly but some
Apple opinions as always. Hard drive compatibility: Is the assumption of
HD compatibility still current? ESATA compatibility: Issues reported with
new Mac Pro’s and E-Sata.
Sleepy Macs: waking up Macs when closed proving a chore for some.
Bridge to nowhere: When Bridge doesn’t lead anywhere special!
Equipment and insurance: who uses who and why?
Camera club fee’s: how much to charge for a 2hr talk?
Social Media out of Sync: Getting linked-in to play nicely!
iMac graphics: A dead card and replacement pending.
iMovie help: How to cut, edit short clips.
iMac monitors: What can I run out of the box?
iPhone upgrading: Which way is best to go, buying outright or contract and
do we really need to upgrade?
Inks being sold: be quick if you’re interested as these will go to the first PI
member who responds!
Are Apple going to fix MBP’s for free? GPU issues might indeed be Apple’s
Encroaching web tech: Should WordPress, Joomla etc. and being
concerned by the DIY’er
As always, a range of topics digested and discussed. Lots of solutions
provided and advice received gratefully.