With it’s stock features, Photoshop might seem pretty bare. Eye Candy 7 is a plugin from Alien Skin that adds over 30 new filters to Photoshop, but it isn’t free.
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Alien Skin’s Exposure 4 is a professional Photoshop plugin that does everything the mobile Instagram can do, and then blows it away!
Looking for a quick way to draw masterpiece artwork? This Photoshop plugin allows you to use a photo to near instantly create museum-worthy paintings and sketches.
What would you build in Minecraft if you weren’t bound to the ground by gravity? You’ve probably heard about the ability to fly while playing Minecraft, but you’ve also heard that it includes the hefty baggage of learning how to install client mods and rummaging through the Minecraft forums for the download links. Not anymore. […]
Ever want to buy something the second it goes on sale to be the first one to get it? Or maybe it is a high sell-out item that you’ve got to get your hands on. Maybe your just tired of pushing F5 on your favorite blog site to see if a new comment has been […]
By now most people have become accustomed to using browser tabs when surfing the internet. Tabs have become so standardized that many programs, mobile apps, and website all incorporate them as well. If you are one of those people who loves tabs, I have some great news for you! Detong Technology offers a groovy plug-in […]
Shortly after upgrading to Microsoft Office 2007 I ran across this nice FREE add-on from Microsoft which allows you to save your documents in the Adobe PDF or Microsoft XPS format using all eight Microsoft Office 2007 applications. I use the feature almost daily so I’m sure all you groovyReaders will appreciate the find! […]
Sometimes when you visit a website you’ll see an “Additional plugins are required to display…” notification at the top of Firefox. Usually it is because you legitimately don’t have the correct plugin to view content on the website (such as Flash player) but other times it may be because the website wants you to install […]
Not too long ago we took a look at using the service TinEye to do some groovy tricks with image reverse lookup. For those not familiar, TinEye works like an online image detective that will track down duplicates of any image you tell it to. If you find that you use this service often enough […]
I used to have this really cushy job as the CTO of a hipster Web 2.0 social sustainable eco-fashion startup in Portland. One fateful day it suddenly became a lot less comfortable after one simple mistake with the Reply All button in Outlook. But, thanks to a new Outlook plugin, Reply All mistakes are truly […]
A few days ago something very odd started to happen on all my WordPress sites. The site itself was lightning fast (as normal) however all the admin pages were taking over 30 seconds to display as shown below: The first thing I did was take a look at the SQL side and discovered the WordPress’s […]
When I first launched the new groovyPost.com, I figured I was going to have the same problems I’ve had with other sites I built using phpBB. When I say problems, I mean post and comment SPAM. I’m happy to say the fears were for nothing being that the makers of the WordPress blogging platform Automatic […]