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Pownce Is Not Twitter, Nor Is It As Important As Twitter

I must admit I’m not with it when it comes new services like Pownce and Twitter, so it’s nice to see Tony Hung (Deep Jive Interests) talk about these in a little more detail.

Twitter and Pownce

Tony writes:

Pownce is an web-based instant messaging system that can be used ex-browser if you download the Adobe Integrated Runtime. Oh. Its wrapped up in a pretty slick package, and you can send group messages. That’s pretty much it.

It shouldn’t be confused with services like Twitter, which are really continuous partial attention services, or something that I’ve described as ambient broadcasting.

Read the article to find out more on how Pownce differs from Twitter.


Adobe releases Soundbooth public beta

Related: , , Posted in news on Oct 27, 2006 - comment 0 comments
Adobe Soundbooth public beta

Adobe has released a public beta of Soundbooth, a brand new application built in the spirit of Sound Edit 16 and Cool Edit.


  • Editing audio quickly
  • Cleaning up noisy audio
  • Visually identifying and removing unwanted sounds
  • Recording and polishing voiceovers
  • Adding effects and filters
  • Easily creating customized music—without musical expertise

This public beta is available for Windows or Intel-based Macs and will expire on february 28, 2007.

Visit Adobe’s Soundbooth pages for more information and a link to download the public beta.


The World’s Most Photorealistic Vector Art

Related: , , , Posted in random posts on Aug 01, 2006 - comment 0 comments
Gradient mesh illustration

Check out these awesome images created with Illustrator.

By using Illustrators gradient mesh tool, these people have been able to create vector drawings that are quite hard to distinguish from real photographs.