It’s been a looong time since I posted! What’s new?

Having been really busy I point you to more frequent bloggers: Terry White runs a number of blogs from his website www.Terrywhite.com. He is a high tech evangelist from Adobe. I also frequently check out this under 20 year-old college student Marques Brownlee @MKBHD ( gives great smartphone reviews) and of course Leo LaPort, The Tech Guy. Google him or search KFI’s the iHeartRadio app. He comes on Sats and Sundays around 11 a.m. Check your listings. Got some video projects keeping me busy, Thank God! Will check back soon!

Inspired by the Adobe Max gathering of creatives

What would I do if the creative geniuses at Adobe had never created Photoshop, InDesign or Adobe Acrobat Pro?  These tools are very much a part of my workflow and I am ecstatic that I live in L.A. and this mountain of creativity came to me.

Here is a short, short video I did of my time there.  And wonder of wonders, I heard from Terry White and caught up with him there.  He was putting in work, too, so I did not catch him for an interview.  But you can catch him yourself.  I’ll tell you how in the show notes below the video:

Show Notes copied from YouTube:

“Isidra Person-Lynn, Producer of My World Podcast, revisits her impromptu series of Walking and Talking in L.A.  This visit is to the AbobeMax Convention at the L.A. Convention Center where she caught Terry White’s Adobe Muse seminar and the Brother GraffiTee T-shirt press and a few other sights.  This is not a complete report!     To get more of the news that the Adobe Creative Suite is only online and the new CS is actually CC, as Terry White debuted at Monday’s Keynote, we encourage you to view the replays of the Adobe Keynotes from May 6 and 7, 2013 here:  http://summit.adobe.com/keynote2013.html.”

Shout out to Shutterstock.com which won Isidra over from iStockphoto.com.  They gave me 5 free images and with Mother’s Day coming, they were right on time for some client e-blasts I had to prepare.

Here’s Terry White’s take on Adobe Max: http://creativesuitepodcast.com/

Until next time,

Get creative!

Isidra Person-Lynn

Terry White is coming to AdobeMax in L.A.!

Who is Terry White?  He is hailed as the Worldwide Design Evangelist for Adobe.  For years, I drove around listening to his Adobe Creative Suite Podcasts, (on my video iPod) where he patiently explains all the bells and whistles of In Design, Photoshop, you name it.  He has consolidated his blogs and website into www.TerryWhite.com. This Detroit native is also a photographer with the coolest studio on the planet.

This is one of a few presentations he will be doing on creating your own app with Adobe Products! https://www.adobe-max.com/scheduler/sessionDetails.do?SESSION_ID=8164

He will be part of the Keynote on Monday at the Nokia. If you are a designer, and you use Adobe, you should be here!

This is the interview I did with him the last time I knew he was in L.A. and CS4 had just come out. I’ve been using his favorite font (then) Myriad Pro ever since!

 

Solution to the misplaced “Square” device

A person wanted to make a $90 sale and asked me to whip out my Square device that inserts into my iPhone as I had done so many times before.  But I could not find it!  Not to worry.  I went to my Paypal app, to check something else and learned about the “Request money” feature.  So I sent that person such a request, and they replied with the amount paid for.  Piece of cake!

Crenshaw H.S. Seniors First to Have App in Windows 8 Store

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Proud Moment: Seeing our Crenshaw High Students debuting their game app at the Microsoft Store in Century City Plaza and is now available for download in the Windows 8 App Store. A busload of Crenshaw students came to support and be beta testers and gave great feedback. Domonic, the one their teacher Daphne Bradford and program founder of M.O.M.,asked me to tutor, really made me swell with pride as he was poised and interacted with the students well, as all three game authors did. Click for more pics I took that day, but the students shot many more and video too. Please help us tell their story since most of our media colleagues only come for the negative news. Photos by Isidra Person-Lynn