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Get Your Free Website Contest winners announced

I am glad to announce the winners of the Get Your Free Website Contest that started over 1 month ago. The contest aimed to help non-commercial organization and individuals find online community for their socially important projects and to popularize open source web solutions. The

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TinEye: identify image usage on the web

Now you don’t need to use watermarks to protect your photo on the web. TinEye is the image search engine which use image identification technology to tell you where and how image appears all over the web – even if it has been cropped or

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Get Your Free Website Contest

Design live and its owner Michael Garmahis is announcing Get Your Free Website Contest aimed at spreading socially important ideas and helping non-commercial organization and individuals (environmental, health, education, etc.) find their online community. The premise of the contest is easy: show your idea, your

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Saddington & Baynes: cutting edge design

Saddington & Baynes is one of the world’s top print post-production studios. They lead the way in digital retouching in the 90’s when computer graphics was not so widespread as today. Currently London based Saddington & Baynes keep on setting the industry standards and extending

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ABC for geeks children

Amazing ABC for geeks children. Popular technology brands and logos are used to illustrate new age ABC. Probably not bad idea if we would think about Internet as future main educational facility? This work took the fist place in the Russian student contest among 60

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Google will use Image PageRank to improve image search

Vision of Google image search future were uncovered recently by two Google scientists Yushi Jing  and Shumeet Baluja. Google previous technology improving image search and using human efforts Google’s Image Labeler though innovative to some point is no real solution to the task of image

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Google Logo designer Ruth Kedar

Ruth Kedar is an artist and designer who designed Google’s Official Logo and Registered US Trademark which became later famous around the world. Since Google didn’t have money to pay a designer at first, the first version was created in 1998 by Sergey Brin using

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Blog downtime caused by Bad Behavior plugin

My apologies to all readers and visitors of Graphic design for life! While I was too busy last days, hosting company blocked my account for ‘suspicious background activity’ which was caused by Bad Behavior WordPress plugin (Bad Behavior should protect your site from spambots). I