MacRumors Buyer’s Guide warns you when Apple’s about to release a new model in a given product line, which typically drives down the price of the stuff you’re looking at right now.
Snapsort, a well-designed camera buying guide.
FVTech, CalArts Film and Video dept.’s best-practices guide.
iPad (capacitive) styluses, an overview of what’s available.
Dreamhost: Hosts this site. Unlimited space for about $100/year.
MIDI keyboards supported on iOS devices.
HTML vs. XHTML, clarified in surprisingly painless comic-strip form.
Art and Technology university programs around the world.
Animated cutaway view of a computer’s CPU.
Canon DSLR models that shoot video (2011)—at the moment, arguably the best possible value for money in an HD camera.
Why is 300 dpi the standard for print graphics?
Aftermarket Mac laptop batteries from OWC, a useful resource now that Apple’s raised prices on replacements.
Canon Hacker’s Development Kit, a wealth of new tricks for Canon cameras.
Evaluating YouTube‘s automated content-recognition abilities (2009).
HD codec breakdown (2009). An important, relatively current resource, as a lot of these sites are getting seriously out of date.
PrePal, a great database of used musical instrument prices.
Geekbench scores to compare the relative speed of popular computer models.
International Dialects of English Archive, a great reference for actors.
Bulk 3D glasses, the old-fashioned paper red/blue kind.
How fast is…? compares various flavors of USB, Firewire, Ethernet, ATA, SCSI, and ethernet.
Crucial.com RAM Upgrade Guide. Comprehensive list of what type of RAM goes with what model computer. You can often find better bargains elsewhere, but this is a useful first stop when shopping for the stuff.
Video camera recommendations (2010); snapshot of a rapidly changing field.
Quicktime version history, a breakdown of what formats are supported in each release.
No Spec discusses a common scam that novice freelancers should be aware of.
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