How to change your Twitter username, Twitter Ads, edit RAW files with Lightroom’s iOS App, oggl social network for photographers, Adobe Creative Cloud…good or bad idea, and some FREE stuff – all on this weeks episode of The Digital Photography Cafe Show.
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- Listener question form Mike Kennamer about changing your Twitter username.
- Mike’s iOS app reviews on CurrentPhotographer.com
- Mike’s website and Twitter
- Blog.HubSpot.com – Twitter Opens Advertising to All U.S. Users: Here’s How it Works
- TheVerge.com – Adobe Working on iOS Lightroom App for Editing RAW Images on the Road
- KelbyTV.com – The Grid: Episode 94 – Tom Hogarty from Adobe
- iTunes.Apple.com – Mosaic Archive iOS Lightroom App
- BJP-Online.com – Hipstamatic Launches Oggl, a New Social Network for Creative Photographers
- oggl.com – A Community of Creative People Capturing & Curating Their Lives Through Photography
- TheVerg.com – Adobe Creative Cloud Now Available for $49.99 Per Month, Includes Access to Creative Suite 6 and Adobe Muse
- TheDigitalStory.com – Adobe Drives Coffin Nail in Photoshop for Photographers
- Adobe.com Creative Cloud membership plans: Pricing and subscriptions
- Lifehacker.com – The Best Chrome Apps You’re (Probably) Not Using
- 9to5Toys.com – iPhone List-Keeping App, Clear, Free for the First Time Ever ($2 Savings)
- WebDesignLedger.com – 10 New Free Fonts for Your Designs
- Adobe.com – Font Folio 11.1
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