Captain Kirk Does dekePod
Hello, how are you? I am fine.
I know. It's too early to require your attention. Either you're so jubilant you can barely contain yourself. Or you're so angry you could spit. Or you live in a country that isn't America and you're thinking how great it'd be if America would get over its Big Old Self. For example, here's how they see us from the moderately-down-under nation of Kenya:
Still, I beg your indulgence. For today marks three things:
- My book Adobe InDesign CS4 One-on-One is due out any day. (That's not really a "today" thing. But it's an exciting any-day-real-soon kinda thing.)
- Another of my books, Photoshop CS4 Channels & Masks One-on-One, is slated for release before the year's end. I'm especially obsessed with this title because I'm working on it right now. And it appears to be shaping up into something exceptional.
- I just dropped another dekePod, this one being Episode 009, Sixties Space Siren. In which I explain everything you ever wanted to know about 1960s space sirens. And their amazing effect over Iowa's favorite son, Captain James T. Kirk.
This last item is huge. Because it's that rare time-independent piece. That takes you out of the present. And delivers you into the past. And eventually transports you into the future.
Which, in case you're wondering, looks like this:
In conclusion, deke.com. (Am I being too subtle?)