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One Day, When Your Filters Go Missing, You’ll Thank Me For This Lightroom Tip

It’s going to happen. In fact, it may have already happened to you. But if it hasn’t, and one day it does (and it will, oh yes it will), you’ll want …

As MSNBC Makes Shifts, Rachel Maddow Presses On

With just a few hours remaining before her program is slated for broadcast on MSNBC, Rachel Maddow is wondering if jail time is in her immediate …

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5 smart things you should do with the new Apple TV

The long holidays from Thanksgiving to New Year’s may have come to pass, and millions of people including those of us here at TNW have got back to the busy work routine. However, you should never let your workload take your downtime away, and always keep your stress level at point <i>zen</i>.<p>Indulging …

D.C. Food Network Star Contestant Will Open Southeast Asian “Expat Bar” in Petworth

Former<b> Duke's Grocery</b> chef <b>Alex McCoy</b> was among the final four contestants on <i>Food Network Star</i> before he was cut in Sunday night's episode. But the …

10 of the Best YouTube Channels For Photographers

Do you enjoy heading over to YouTube for a break – choose a video and get inspired for the day? You’re not alone. With millions of hours watched …

Apple fanboys mercilessly tweaked in cider ad

We're in an Apple store.<p>All the employees are terribly agitated. They're wearing green. Is it St. Patricks' Day? Not quite. It's a new ad -- sent to me by reader Marrec Selous -- that tweaks, pokes, teases, and tickles at Apple's softer parts.<p>The ad is on behalf of a British cider called Somersby. …

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Removing an Object From Its Background in Photoshop

Open an image that has a complex subject over a background.<p>Select the Channels panel (Windows > Channels). You need to determine which channel has …