Posts by Chris Luongo
    Posted September 3, 2011 by

    Cinema 4D: Create Easy 3D Text in R12

    Cut down on creating 3D text, and jump right into it. This is the Mo text feature in Cinema 4D Release 12. Creating 3D text could have never been easier.

    Category Graphics

    Posted July 24, 2011 by

    Create a playlist with Spotify

    Luckily for us Americans creating a playlist in Spotify is just as simple and nostalgic as creating a Playlist in any other media player. Learn how to create a custom playlist in Spotify’s desktop program.

    Category Music

    Posted July 13, 2011 by

    Photoshop: Image Resize vs. Canvas Resize

    An area of major confusion affecting Photoshop beginners is knowing the difference between resizing the canvas and resizing an image. This tech-recipe compares the two and describes how to perform each function.

    Category Graphics

    Posted July 8, 2011 by

    Add Custom Circles with Google+

    Sometimes we wan’t to label people in more convenient ways to keep track of who is related to us in what ways. With Google+ the circles feature very easily lets you group people into the different categories in which they fall into your life. Learn how to create your own custom circle for any circumstance with Google+.

    Category Internet

    Posted May 11, 2011 by

    Use YouTube Video Playlists to Organize your Video Channels

    If you own a Youtube channel you know it can get very clogged if you upload a lot of videos. Users might have a hard time finding what they want. Luckily for you it’s very simple to organize your videos into playlist, making it easier and more neat to navigate through your videos.

    Category Internet

    Posted April 26, 2011 by

    How to Add Custom CSS to Tweak your Tumblr Theme

    Tumblr is like Myspace in the sense that you can add your own user styles for your themes to follow. These user inputed styles can help you basically change the entire look of whatever layout your using. Learn how to analyze a Tumblr theme and figure out how to center my example layouts content and header, amongst a few other things.

    Category Internet

    Posted April 14, 2011 by

    Adding Non-Steam Games to Steam

    For people who don’t buy a game through Steam, they miss out on all the cool features Steam gives. Using shift-tab to pull up your friends list, communicate, join games, and so forth is awesome but only available through Steam. Luckily the folks at Steam make it super easy to add a non-Steam game to your Steam library to give you those features.

    Category Games

    Posted March 29, 2011 by

    Firefox 4: Set Master Password to Protect Your Saved Passwords

    You can add another level of security in the new Firefox 4 using the Master Password feature. If you tell Firefox to remember all your passwords, then anybody using your computer can access them. With a Master Password, one would have to enter a password before being able to view your saved passwords.

    Category Mozilla Firefox

    Posted March 27, 2011 by

    Window 7: One Click Restart Shortcut on your Taskbar

    If you restart your computer often, you will love this tech-recipes hint. Just follow these steps to create a shortcut that will restart your system with a single click of your mouse.

    Category Windows 7

    Posted March 24, 2011 by

    Lenovo K320 Desktop Review

    The Lenovo K320 from Lenovo (IBM) is one big powerhouse rig at a great price. For a web designer who relies on multi-tasking and big performance, this machine does it all and leaves me in the dust. Read the full review to see what makes this monster a great buy.

    Posted March 11, 2011 by

    Pin Sites to the Chrome Toolbar

    You can pin website tabs to the Google Chrome toolbar to help reduce clutter, and always have your favorite websites open and accessible with one click.

    Category Browsers

    Posted March 3, 2011 by

    Using Autosum with Microsoft Excel

    Many people use Microsoft Excel to crunch numbers and keep track of sales. It’s ability to insert and utilizing formulas is incredible. This tutorial and screencast demonstrates Excel’s powerful autosum feature to calculate the sum and the average of a column of numbers.

    Category Microsoft Excel