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Eric Dyer, Visual Arts, in The Huffington Post

Eric Dyer, associate professor of Visual Arts, has been featured in the February 20 Huffington Post, “Artist Transforms Zoetropes from Retro Visuals to the Stuff of Fine Art.” The article, which called Dyer “the modern master of the zoetrope,” contains several embedded videos of Dyer’s artworks, many of which are now on display in New York exhibitions. Read the complete article here.

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Adobe Photoshop: 'Democratizing' Photo Editing For 25 Years : All Tech Considered : NPR

This week, the photo editing software Adobe Photoshop turned 25 years old. The program is an industry juggernaut — so famous that the word “Photoshop” has come to be synonymous with image manipulation.

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Adobe celebrates 25 years of Photoshop: Digital Photography Review

Photoshop is one of the most recognized software brands in the world with tens of millions of users, and is the go-to application for digital image manipulation across all media: from print, to film, to the Web.

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Prayer: the 21 Coptic Christian Martyrs

Then I saw thrones, and sitting on them were those who had been given the right to judge. And I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded for their testimony about Jesus, for proclaiming the Word of God, and … They had come to life again and now they reigned with Christ for a thousand years.

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Krispy Kreme Promotes "KKK Wednesday" on Facebook

It’s that time of the week! Another fantastic teachable moment born of my one simple philosophy, “TAKE TIME TO THINK!”

A Krispy Kreme Donut location in the United Kingdom released a weeklong series of in-store events to bring in business during the midterm break for students. 297 more words

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January national residential permits and starts report

Building permits in January 2015 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 1,053,000, down 0.7 percent from the revised December rate but up 8.1 percent from January 2014. 77 more words

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