The Future of Mobile Devices

Greg Craft examines what the future holds for mobile technologies.

$20 to $100 on PokerStars

Jason Woolem continues his making money online series by playing poker on Poker Stars.

HD Compression Complaints

Cable and Sattelite providers have pushed their limits on compressing HD signals, causing complaints about "HD Channels" being less than HD.

Freaky Site:

Creeped out by Asian horror films? Check out this freaky site.

Digital Packrats

Packrats have been around since the beginning of time. In the digital world, computers full of old files clutter hard drives.

Filmmaker Upsets Muslims

Geert Wilders, a Dutch right-wing politician, made the 15-minute film called Fitna, which is taken from the Qur'an.

Google and Beyond

Greg Craft examines the future of Google

Media Tech in Holland

William Koch gives an Insight Into the Culture of Media and Technology in Holland

Freaky Site: TheHumanMarvels

Way back in the day, people went to circuses and the like to see “freaks of nature.”

Freaky Site:

The dolls found here have bloody noses, are “bird people”, or have had their mouths stitched shut.


Reflecmedia, a UK-based company specializing in chroma key technology, has developed a new system that could potentially eliminate these major setbacks during green screen shoots.

The Sit N’ Go Madness - Part 3

Jason Woolem's third part in his series to make money online through poker.

Future of Video and Film

Greg Craft examines the future of the Video and Film Industry.

Wacom Tablet

Nathan Cowen reviews his newly purchased Wacom Drawing Tablet.

Wacom Tablet

By Nathan Cowen

Recently I bought my first drawing tablet. After a little inner turmoil about which brand to buy, I ultimately decided to go with Wacom. I ended up getting a Graphire4 6”x8” tablet. Immediately upon arrival I ripped open the packaging and installed the drivers for the device. Next, I started Photoshop and Illustrator.

With Photoshop loaded, I started a new file and drew until my heart was content—or maybe it was because my drawing area was filled with crap. Instead of starting a new document to draw in, I simply turned the pen upside down and started erasing. I then tried it in Illustrator. The main difference was that the eraser tool only works in Photoshop.


The next week I tried the tablet on several different computers, none of which had the drivers installed. Without the drivers I had some small lag with the pen, but it was still totally usable. Overall, I would recommend the Graphire4 6”x8” to anyone who is interested in making graphics in a faster, more natural way.