The GIMP is a image manipulation program. It is free (as in speech and in beer), it is open source and it runs on Linux (and other Unixes), Windows and MacOS. It can do nearly all the stuff you can do with Adobe® Photoshop® and more than a lot of other programs. I'll show you in this screencast how to use it for postprocessing digital camera images. There will be a new episode each thursday (european) night.
By Rolf Steinort
Out Now with Aaron and Abe is a weekly podcast dedicated to providing a discussion about the newest film release of the week. Join friends, Aaron and Abe, along with the possible inclusion of some special guests, as they have plenty of fun in examining and critiquing the latest in newly released flicks. If you have an hour to kill…
By HHWLOD Podcast Network
Last time somebody won a Grammy and said "I'd like to thank God", the press ignored it. The same happens when an athlete credits God for a game winning touchdown or a business mogul breaks out. Gifted and Lifted gives world class talent the chance to elaborate. "Do you really credit God?" "Are there things you do to derive power from God?" "How do you recognize when it's God's power lifting you versus your own grit?" "What do you do when success and faith seem to clash?" We'll listen to world class performers offer Tips, Tactics, and Stories about how to tap into the Godly ether that lifts them and eludes others.
By Mark Mabry
A podcast for artists, aspiring creatives, and art lovers. Two artists share their thoughts on art, life and everything in between. Join Alice Sheridan and Louise Fletcher for honest, generous, and humorous conversations that will feed your creative soul AND get you thinking.
By Louise Fletcher/Alice Sheridan
Welcome to SFMOMA Artcasts, the Museumâ€™s podcast series. Each month, we bring you closer to the voices and sounds of artists, writers, curators, musicians, and visitors as they respond to exhibitions and artworks on view at SFMOMA. Each installment has two parts: an audiozine filled with a variety of short features related to works on view and a tour for a current exhibition meant to be used in the galleries.
Established in 1897, the Jewish Daily Forward or “Forverts” is the leading American publisher of contemporary news, culture and opinion in Yiddish. Its audio programs, including the beloved Forward Hour, began on WEVD radio in 1932 and continue here today.
By The Yiddish Forward