Into of who I am. how i became interested in this. 2nd part of preso last year.
we all know why we're looking at free. even before budget crisis libraries didn't always get funding
Would you believe often in the same place? Sometimes the best place to find a review is also the best place to see what else is out there. So you'll notice as we discuss these two topics and downloading software many sites will be the same.
take screen captures of lifehacker, download.com, gizmo's
screen captures of reviews (paint.net vs something) http://www.brighthub.com/multimedia/photography/reviews/12262.aspx http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/windows/Paint-NET-Review-48912.shtml http://download.cnet.com/Paint-NET/3000-2192_4-10338146.html
blogger's review of a product
screen shots of articles screen shots of user agreements (flickr)
try out before teaching everyone else
Free! Now what? Andrew Shuping GA COMO 2009 October 9, 2009 Jack Tarver Library, Mercer University
Are there free and paid versions and what's the difference?
Does your system meet the minimum requirements?
What's in the license agreement?
Is it safe to download?
What do you need paint.net GIMP Project Dog waffle Pixlr Corel draw free and online x Runs on Windows XP, 1GB of memory, 40GB HD x Can save in .png, .gif, etc. formats x Supports graphic tablets Tools to crop, rotate, resize images, adjust colors, and create collages. x