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18 December 2015

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at LaMem, Matt Alberts, free video training and how to use three monitors at one time.

  • MIT's LaMem project, "the largest annotated image memorability data set to date (containing 60,000 images from diverse sources)." So it can, MIT says, tell you how memorable your image is. An online demo is available. We tried an image from today's slide show (coming later) and can't remember how it scored.
  • Matt Alberts has released Water, the third and final video from his The Seasons Collection (Snow and Sun were the other videos). The series highlights "lifers and the passionate lives they have dedicated to the sport they love."
  • Looking for something to do over the holidays? Julieanne Kost lists her free and Adobe videos on Lightroom and Photoshop. Long list. Should keep you warm.
  • Lloyd Chamers explains Why I Use Three NEC Displays on Mac Pro. Because he can, of course. But it's all about workflow, too. And he tells you how his work flows on a three-monitor setup.

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