updated 04:21 pm EST, Wed November 20, 2013
Adobe's Photoshop Photography Program available to all until December 2
Initially launched in September, Adobe's Photoshop Photography Program -- aimed to support the workflow needs of photographers who use Creative Suite 3 or later and helping them transition to the Creative Cloud system - has been extended. Adobe has announced a limited-time extension of its program to the general public, and a longer extension to previous-version Adobe owners. Offering access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, 20 GB of cloud storage and Behance ProSite, users can access the software content through Adobe Creative Cloud for $10 per month, based on an annual subscription. This extended offer began today, and is running until December 2, 2013 at 11:59 PST, with non-Adobe customers and users alike qualifying for the deal. Upon expiration of the public offer, the Photoshop Photography Program will continue to be available to those who own a previous version of Photoshop, Photoshop Extended, or Creative Suite 3 or later until December 31.
Macminicolo offers tutorial for troubleshooting VPN issues with Mavericks OS
Macminicolo has released a tutorial and fix for VPN issues users have been experiencing with OS X Mavericks. A Mac mini colocation and web hosting service, Macminicolo offers users their own Mac mini to use as a server, placed in a high-end data center. Users who run their Mac mini as a VPN server have encountered problems with Mavericks Server VPN, due to a bug in the Mavericks Server VPN setup. While normally each Mac mini in a facility like Macmincolo has a static WAN IP address, by default the Mavericks Server VPN distributes IP addresses in the same range, causing issues. Macminicolo's tutorial rectifies this issue, providing a step-by-step guide to setting up a Mac mini running Mavericks to correctly serve as a VPN.