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Just today I took a picture of a document and emailed it to someone for them to see the comments that were written on the page. It was kind of like faxing something to them, but without the fax machine. Then this evening I hear about the Qipit website which promotes sending documents in just that way. Use your camera on your phone to take a picture of a document and then share that document usin
We continue to uncover a wide variety of websites on Uncover the Internet. A potential trend for websites that we’ve covered are those that allow and encourage the sharing of information and resources between individuals and groups of individuals. The Drop.io website is another listing in that same group of sites. One of the biggest differences from my experience in sharing about these dif
Capture One has launched a new student initiative to "equip, engage, and inspire the next generation of photographers to thrive in today's world and tomorrow's." This initiative, dubbed "See Beyond. Trust your vision. Trust your tools," also comes with a 65 percent savings on Capture One Pro for eligible students. Of the initiative, VP of Software Business at Phase One, Jan Hyldebrandt-
Microsoft is changing how Xbox Live gamertags work so multiple users can (sort of) claim the same name. ...
For many photographers, an enjoyable part of the photographic process comes near the end, when you are able to share your work with others. While printing can be expensive, showing off your images doesn't have to be. In fact, you can create really nice slideshows – with background music – inside of Adobe Lightroom. In the video below, Attilio Ruffo goes through the step-by-step
An illustration in Sony's financial documents that shows how its Digital Imaging Business is positioned.In a recent conference call with investors and analysts, Sony broke down the numbers and statistics of its digital imaging business for the 2018 fiscal year (FY2018). While there's plenty of interesting tidbits to pull out, the most significant is that Sony is now reporting it has 24 percent of
The fact that bacteria can share genes with each other is fascinating and a little alarming – after all, that's how they're developing resistance to antibiotics so quickly. It's easy to assume that the bugs need to be in close proximity to teach each other, but unfortunately that might not be the case. A new genetic study of bacteria from around the world has found that isolated population
†œI don't think it†™s much to ask, in an industry that†™s three times the size of Hollywood, to get a meaningful return on the risk you†™re taking and the opportunity you†™re creating." ...
Today at GDC three captains of indie-stry (Anemone Hug's Chris Langmuir, Temple Gate's Theresa Duringer, and Kitfox's Tanya x. Short) shared real talk about how to keep your small indie studio alive. ...
At GDC 2019 today League of Geeks lead producer Lisy Kane took to the stage to share some of what the Armello team learned while hustling to treat the game like a service. ...


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