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My Cloud Camera offers free, unlimited storage of camera phone photos and videos. It solves the “Out of Storage Space” problem when taking cell phone photos or videos. My Cloud Camera automatically uploading all photos and videos to the cloud. It is available for iOs and … Continue reading
Brian Merchant provides a comprehensive history of the development of the iPhone in The One Device. This book shows that Steve Jobs did not invent the iPhone. Instead, many engineers worked tirelessly behind the scenes to develop the iPhone. These … Continue reading
This little fellow was waiting at my door step. I told him to eat a few mosquitoes. Wonka just barked, and my wife, who was sleeping, recoiled in terror at the thought that he might be taking up residence at … Continue reading
The March for Science will take place April 22, 2017 in Washington, D.C., St. Paul, MN, and elsewhere. This march is not for just Democrats or Republicans. Instead, it is a non-political march designed to highlight the importance of science … Continue reading
Fortunately, I live in Minnesota and ballot selfies are legal here. I voted this morning, wanted a record of my participation in the election, and now I have it. I just have to wait until this evening to find out the … Continue reading
Note: I wrote the attached post November 13, 2015 but did not publish it because of the court case related to the Creative Memories employee stock ownership plan. The judge that presided over the case now concluded that the potential … Continue reading
Print your favorite pictures for free! The headline caught my attention, so I signed up. I’m willing to let an advertiser print on the back of my photos if I get them for free. Guess what? I have to wait 3 … Continue reading
See http://missymwac.tumblr.com/post/92167991015/local-woman-prints-iphone-photos-leaving-friends for a novel way to preserve cell phone photos.
Apparently, stupid selfies are not restricted to Russia. Yes, that is right. The United States needs its own public service campaign. In case you missed the story, Alex Gomez, 36, from Lake Elsinore, CA was bitten by a rattlesnake he picked up to … Continue reading