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If it ain’t Broke Don’t Fix it

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, I fall into this particular idiom many a times in my life. From trying to add new features to my projects, website etc to trying to refine certain aspects of my work. I’ve wasted much time with the end product either being totally unusable or even worse than before. With that said, if we don’t look to improve and add things, how are we going to get the best out of something? I guess the real issue here is to identify whether that particular thing needs to be worked on rather than me wanting to work on it.

Of course it is going to be difficult the justify what falls into a “want” and what is a “need”. Continue reading

Adobe CS5 Simply Awesome

I’ve got hyped up over Adobe’s CS5 suite, released just yesterday 12th of April, after watching the new content-aware fill feature a week or two back. The results were simply magical. I myself have been using adobe products for quite some time mainly Photoshop, Flash (learning to use it) and a little Dreamweaver at times and after reading and seeing the new features that some of the software provides, I simply have to save up and get it when it arrives here (student edition of course. Much cheaper and that is a privilege a student gets!) Continue reading