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Career Choice & Planning Workshops

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LCC Career & Employment Services offers workshops that are designed to help you make a career or academic program choice that suits your goals and interests.  Learn more at an upcoming workshop on:

Tuesday, September 23  -  3:10-5:00 p.m.  -  Mackinaw Building 101
Monday, September 29  -  1:10-3:00 p.m.  -  Mackinaw Building 101
Wednesday, October 8  -  1:10-3:00 p.m.  -  Mackinaw Building 101

Pre-registration is highly encouraged. To pre-register, please call CES at 517-483-1172. Walk-ins will be accepted, space permitting.

FLYER  9-23-14 thru 10-8-14 CCP Workshops

Source: Student News

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CSS Shapes Editor for Chrome

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Razvan Caliman has a very very cool Chrome extension called CSS Shapes Editor for Chrome. It’s an interactive editor that allows you to wrap text around shapes. Watch the video below or jump to Razvan’s site for more info. Looks like a lot of fun.

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Free layer exporter panel for Adobe Illustrator

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Ai layer exporter panel

Now here’s a nifty Illustrator plug-in which you can obtain for free via the Adobe Exchange. Layer Exporter, will make your life easier by exporting individual layers as SVG, PNG, or JPG and generate HTML & CSS with a single click. I don’t know enough about Illustrator to say if this is awesome or not but it sure looks to me!

Source: The Graphic Mac

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A look back at Apple’s first portable computer

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Notice I said portable computer in the title and not notebook or even laptop? That’s because the Macintosh Portable was 16 pounds and 4 inches thick. At $6,500 in 1989 (or $12,488.91 in 2014 dollars) it wasn’t cheap either.

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7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks

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Let’s start the semester off with a phun phone photography post. Photographer Lorenz Holder demonstrates some creative smartphone photography tips & tricks. Catchy music too!

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Temporary, paid position available

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I just go this email and thought it might be something ya’ll might like:

Greetings,

I was wondering if you’d be willing to pass this job posting along to any students you think might be interested. Lansing Art Gallery is looking for 3-6 teaching assistants to help with after school art club for 2nd-6th graders at local community centers in Lansing. It’s a temporary, paid position which may work nicely for some of your students.

I hope you’re having a wonderful summer!

Sincerely,
Jane Kramer
Program Manager

Lansing Art Gallery
119 N. Washington Square
Lansing, MI 48933
(517) 374-6400 x 0
www.lansingartgallery.org

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Hands On With The Sigmund Freud Typeface: Making A Font For Your Shrink

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Sigmund Freud font

Harald Geisler over at Smashing Magazine gives us an in-depth look at how he creates hand written fonts. In the past he’s created a font from the handwriting of Albert Einstein and here he goes into detail about how he created a font from letters written by Sigmund Freud. Interestingly, this typeface became the first typeface to be reviewed in the Wall Street Journal.

Source: Smashing Magazine

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‘Cable Company F*ckery’: John Oliver Explains Net Neutrality

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John Oliver explains why Net Neutrality is more than a little important. Be aware that he does occasionally use a naughty word or two. Visit www.fcc.gov/comments and let them know that Net Neutrality is vital.

If John Oliver is a little too funny or racy for you, here’s a slower, less funny video explaining it.

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Griddify, a Tiny Photoshop Panel for Guides and Grids

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Griddify is tiny and fast. It helps you compose custom grid systems, vertical rhythm, and do a bunch of other stuff with guides in photoshop.

Griddify

Source: Griddify

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Net Neutrality in the US

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Maybe you’ve heard something about Net Neutrality. Maybe you know it’s important but aren’t sure what it is. Well, this young lady who goes by the username ViHart, has a good video that breaks it down.

Good stuff!

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