Photoshop Elements vs. Photoshop

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This newly updated image- and video-editing bundle runs on Windows machines or Macs, and is now available to eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries through TechSoup. In-Depth Comparisons. Adobe offers an official comparison guide for the whole Photoshop family.

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Photoshop Elements 11 vs. Photoshop CS6

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This newly updated image- and video-editing bundle runs on Windows machines or Macs, and is now available to eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries through TechSoup. In-Depth Comparisons. ProDesignTools.com has a nice comparison that also includes Lightroom.

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Windows 8: Designed for Accessibility

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Take one of Microsoft's Windows 8 Accessibility tutorials to give the new features a spin. Find out how to get Windows 8 for your organization or library through the Microsoft Software Donation Program at TechSoup.

A Guide to Windows 8 Resources

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Is Windows 8 right for your nonprofit or library? We curated a list of the most useful Windows 8 apps for nonprofits and libraries. Read our comparison of the two operating systems. is packed full of information tailored especially to nonprofits and libraries.

A Guide to Windows 8 Resources

Tech Soup Blog

Is Windows 8 right for your nonprofit or library? We curated a list of the most useful Windows 8 apps for nonprofits and libraries. Read our comparison of the two operating systems. is packed full of information tailored especially to nonprofits and libraries.

Photoshop Elements 10 vs Photoshop CS5

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Elements doesn't have Photoshop's high-end features, but still provides standard editing tools, a filing system for managing photos, and handy tutorials and wizards for newbies.

The Participatory Museum Process Part 4: Adventures in Self-Publishing

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Two pieces of advice if you are thinking about making a book on your own: There are lots of tutorials--books, videos, etc.--available available for free at your library and on the web. This is the final segment in a four-part series about writing The Participatory Museum.