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It’s not particularly surprising, but free online photo products do not appear to be a sustainable business model. See http://thedeadpixelssociety.com/the-shift-away-from-free-in-online-photo/?
Last week hackers compromised the photo processing service behind Costco, Sam’s Club, CVS, and other photo sites, shutting them down until early August. Fortunately, I do not have an urgent need for photo prints before then. This ability to shut … Continue reading
I created a new mouse pad with Pantoria’s Artisan software. What do you think?
Former NSA Contractor Edward Snowden has just revealed that the NSA is planning to install a billion cameras around the country. These cameras will put the average American under the surveillance of at least three cameras at any one time. In … Continue reading
As the new school year begins, the nation’s main school photography company reiterated its one child policy. According to an official statement from the Peoples Republic of Lifetouch, “Families can have any number of children, as long as that number … Continue reading
Recognizing the market potential in artwork reproduction, Fujifilm has developed the Reliefography printing process. This process uses 3D technology inkjet technology to create high-quality copies, and at only $34,000 a copy, it is perfect for making duplicates of school projects. … Continue reading
I have never agreed with restricting sales geographically. Consequently, I am glad to see that CM’s Photo Panels are now available in Australia and New Zealand. With the internet and social networking, the world is simply to transparent to arbitrarily … Continue reading
According to Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture by Ellen Shell, low priced products have become a national habit. From Walmart to Ikea to the Outlet Mall we purchase products at the lowest possible price without regard to whether … Continue reading