Monthly Archives: August 2013

Train the brains by using flash cards

Train the brains by using flash cards

They say the best way to learn facts is by repetition and drilling yourself in the material. Flash cards are an effective tool for memorizing a variety of facts to memory.

Some people learn best by hearing information, while others are visual learners. Flash cards cater to both learning styles. For instance, visual learners see the information they need to recall on flash cards, whether in an image or a word or two. Continue reading

Recipe to making a cook book!

Recipe to making a cook book!

The time creating a cook book, from collecting the recipes, to verifying all the measurements are accurate, to the photography, for catching the zesty flavor and actual color of that avocado or the colorful herbs on top of the seared fish, after all finalized it’s time to put everything on paper, to share your chef talents. Continue reading

Soy Inks

Soy Inks

Soy Ink is a kind of ink made from soybeans. Soy inks were founded in the 1970’s, due to the rising prices of petroleum which is found in traditional inks.  Soy ink is great for Children’s book printing; these inks are safer for the little bookworms.  Soy inks are blended with pigment, resin and waxes which is a helpful component in Continue reading

What is Resolution?

What is Resolution?

The resolution is the number of pixels or dots per inch (ppi/dpi).  The higher the resolution, the more detail is stored for the graphic, meaning the higher the resolution the higher the quality, but also the file is larger.

The most common setting for computer monitors is 72 dpi, Continue reading