Posted on 30 July 2011
Coloring and printing has been in use since the earliest of days of civilization. The Chinese used ink stamps to print books and important documents. In the Renaissance era a formal printing press was established in Europe.
The World of Brightness – Power of Colors
The Four Color Printing Process is extremely essential for people all over the world. Several employment opportunities are linked to it and Coloring Printing powers the advertisement industry. It is done by large four color printing machines and requires a lot of technical labor and assistance while operating.
The Printing Process – Four Color
The Four Color Printing Process makes use of four types of ink. The process is also known as the CMYK Color modeling. The four colors used whilst printing are the Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. These colors may vary from each print house and manufacturers may make use of different shades and techniques.
CMYK – The One Stop Solution
The four color printing process holds immense significance as it is the primal foundation for any printing. Most of the banners and printed ads have been linked by the four color printing system. This entire process works by mounting the four shades of color on a lighter shade. The base color used is usually white.
The Magic of White Color
White color has been used by most of the companies because of the simplicity of extraction and implementation of colors. The White color has the best tendency to absorb any other color. Read the full story
Posted on 02 April 2009
For those of us, who were waiting for the next big thing after iPhone, waiting seems to be over. AT&T has shattered all barriers for Laptop prices. 50 dollar laptop is here.
On Wednesday, at a trade show in Las Vegas, AT&T folks announced their plans to expand beyond their traditional market of cell phones and smart phones. Initially they would be test marketing the new range of laptops and netbooks at selected company stores in Atlanta and Philadelphia.
As cell phone market is starting to saturate, Wireless carriers around US are looking for ways to expand into other gadgets. AT&T’s decision to subsidize the price of laptops and netbooks is a move in same direction.
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Posted on 28 December 2008
The New Year is just around the corner. While thinking about things to do before new year night, I have resolved to buy myself a new mobile phone/wireless phone. but this leads to a strange situation. With so many choices available, It is hard to decide which mobile phone should I buy. I have narrowed down my search to following few. I need help from my readers to help me select one of them. Please leave a comment with your choice and reason for making that choice.
Nokia N97 is the first mobile phone with 32GB internal memory and additional external SDHC memory cards up to 16GB and also the first with the concept of social location that use sensors and a GPS electronic compass.
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Posted on 31 October 2008
Over 100,000 notebook batteries will be replaced as Sony declares them unsafe. Last time this happened, Sony replaced 9 million batteries causing a major dent in companies profit.
PC makers have reported 40 cases of overheating, including four cases where users suffered minor burns, and 21 cases of minor damage from fires and overheating. US Govt., after a review of situation , issued a notice to Sony to recall 35,000 of it’s batteries and the Tokyo-based company said it would recall a further 65,000 batteries worldwide.
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Posted on 17 September 2008
Why should you pay hundred of dollars for expensive PC games when you can have all the fun with these free Linux games? These free Linux games are open source and you can easily and legally download from the sites mentioned below. Some of these games also have their windows ports available too so you can play them on your Windows PC as well.
RACER:The Real Deal
Racer is a free car simulation game, It is using real car physics to get a realistic feeling. Cars, tracks, scenes and such can be created with relative simplicity in mind (compared to other driving simulations). The 3D and other file formats are, or should be, documented. Editors and support programs are also available to get a very flexible and expandable simulator. It uses OpenGL for rendering.
It attempts to do well at the physics section, trying to create life-like cars to emphasize car control and doesn’t cut back on realism in the interest of fun. If you’ve played Grand Prix Legends from Papyrus, you’ll know what I’m talking about.
Cube 2: Sauerbraten
Free & Open Source… single and multi player 1st person shooter game with some satisfying fast old school game play. A large variety of game play modes from classic SP to fast one on one Multi player and objective based team play.
The engine, though designed for simplicity and elegance as opposed to feature & eye candy checklists, still competes nicely.