The Internet started as ARPANET, which was a project for the United States Department of Defense, the objective of the project was to connect sever sites of super computers, so if one was destroyed, the remain computers would still work. This project was successful, so other computer sites in universities, government departments, and large corporations began connecting to the network.
Considering the number of documents that are being processed per day, it is evident that the demand for document and word processing programs are endless. With that in mind, a lot of users would always rely on Microsoft Word. Well, who wouldn’t when it is very easy to use plus it is usually present in most Windows-based PCs and laptops. Now what if you don’t have MS Word or for some other reason, you just want to find a good alternative that will allow you to create and process your documents? Just don’t panic because here are some of the best free alternatives that you can easily find on the internet.
In this tutorial, I am going to create some sharp-looking neon glow effects on 3D text using a combination of layer styles, the Pen Tool and some filters. Most of this tutorial is done in Photoshop, the 3D letters are created in Illustrator. If you don’t have Illustrator, you can also try making 3D letters in Photoshop, I will show you how? The end effect is quite stunning and hopefully you’ll pick up some tips and techniques you didn’t know before. Lets get start.
Recently I wanted to display my Last Tweet on a website, but you may have noticed that the old Twitter API v1.0 doesn’t work anymore, the new update 1.1 requires authentication in order to interact with Twitter, which means there is no straight forward way of doing this without obtaining Twitter API keys.