Eyefi Lets You Send Digital Images to the Cloud

Eyefi Lets You Send Digital Images to the Cloud

Some digital cameras come with Wi-Fi options now, but it’s not as common as you might think. If you’d like to share your photos across all platforms and in the cloud, it’s now possible. 


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Vancouver Street View, Circa 1948


great app!

Originally posted on LightBox:

When the award-winning artist Stan Douglas wants to visit the past, he makes it happen. The process might start with gathering historical research —maps and photographs of his hometown, Vancouver, in the years following World War II, just to take an example — but he doesn’t stop there. Douglas’ new collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada, led by Loc Dao of the NFB’s Vancouver Digital Studio, goes all the way to full-on time-machine territory.

The project, entitled Circa 1948, comprises an interactive art app for iOS devices — demonstrated in the video above — that will launch on April 22, as well as a full-body immersive experience, which will be on view at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City starting April 23. Each incarnation of the project provides a window through which the user can visit Vancouver during that period of social and economic change.

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Startups Anonymous: The most expensive lesson I learned was to start a startup in Europe

Originally posted on PandoDaily:

european-vacation[This is a weekly series that brings you raw, first-hand experiences from founders and investors in the trenches. Their story submissions are anonymous, allowing them to share openly without fear of retribution. Every Wednesday, we'll run one new story chosen by Dana Severson, who operates StartupsAnonymous, a place for startups to share, ask questions, and  answer them in story-length posts, all anonymously.]

My most expensive lesson ever was to start a startup in risk-averse Europe. While I don’t like to name the country (the county has a rich history and proud people), suffice it to say, it’s a prosperous country in Western Europe.

Not only were there virtually no other startups I could learn from (had I known about vesting, I would have had a way to regain the shares of a cofounder who left), but local laws made it almost impossible to give options to employees. On…

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Is a Chromebook Right For You?

Is a Chromebook Right For You?

Chromebooks have a certain appeal, since they are relatively cheap. Plus, if you need to buy a new computer for XP reasons, Chromebooks may look very attractive right now. 

Is it rght for you? Let’s take a look.

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How to Run XP Safely

How to Run XP Safely

how to fun xp safelyThere are roughly 1.5 billion PCs in the world. Out of those PCs, almost 30% still run Windows XP. If you are part of that statistic, you may be wondering how you can still use XP without becoming the victim of a hacker attack.

Sony Recalls VAIOs Due to Major Fire Hazard

Sony Recalls VAIOs Due to Major Fire Hazard

If you bought a Sony Vaio Fit 11A last February, you’ll want to stop using it as soon as possible. Sony issued a warning this morning (Reuters) that Vaios purchased this past February are catching fire around the battery area. 

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