Last week, Autodesk dropped a bomb on the computer graphics community: their next version of AutoCAD will also be released for Mac OS X for the first time in 18 years. That might not seem like a big deal to some, but to others, it is an absolute blessing. In our industry there are a few key pieces of software that are ubiquitous; you see them everywhere. The most obvious example is Adobe Photoshop. Everyone uses Photoshop. You can't get around it. I know there are substitutes; you can use ...
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