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Nov 1, 2008 12:00 AM
Several years ago, Joe Cannon founded B4Print.com, an independent forum for prepress people. We asked Cannon, a prepress operator at The Breese Journal & Publishing Co. (Breese, IL) to share some of his favorite troubleshooting sites. His suggestions include www.adobe.com; www.quark.com; www.russellviers.com (“Always good stuff here,” says Cannon); and www.printplanet.com.
Cannon invited participants at the B4Print.com forums (http://forums.b4print.com) to nominate the best of their bookmarks. What are your graphic arts go-to sites? Send your suggestions to KOB@americanprinter.com.
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Global Graphics Software unveiled an online community and store for Harlequin RIP users earlier this year. Users can share technical experience, exchange knowledge and network. See www.harlequin.com.
Kodak Solutions' Graphic Users Association (GUA) is an independent, user driven organization with more than 4,000 members from 80 countries. See www.mygua.org/forums/index.php.
CHROMiX hosts this color management discussion site: www.colorforums.com.
Here's a gathering spot for computer professionals: www.tek-tips.com/forumlist.cfm.