I take a lot of pictures with my phone but find it manageable. I have an Android phone and use Sweet Home WiFi Picture Backup to upload new photos to my Windows Home Server. It organizes them in year-month folders which makes curation easier. Picasa is my photo manager of choice. Every month or two I’ll sit down and delete bad or blurred pictures.
I just searched online a found a guide for setting up my Windows 7 desktop to receive incoming connections from my Android phone. It seems to be working–don’t know if it’s secure or how to check it?
So many of these workstations have zero ergonomics–I don’t know how anyone could spend a decent amount of time sitting in front of them. …but maybe I’m just old.
Will buy 10 monitors. Won’t buy decent panorama app.
I’ve been very pleased with my Windows Home Server/XBox 360 setup.
Also consider pouring motor oil down drain to prevent clogs.
I’ve been using Rachota religiously since 2007. Perfect for someone who works on multiple requests throughout the day, constantly jumping between them (due to walk-ups, instant messages, phone calls).
I only use half the flavor pouch…i don’t know how much this affects the calorie count but it makes me feel better about myself.
I find this trend in websites very disturbing: I can’t create an account and use your service unless I give you access to all of my Facebook data–does anyone else see a problem with this? In many respects isn’t this like granting a website access to your email account?
No vote (all I’ve used seem the same to me)
On my Android phone I like geotagging all my photos, but I’d like a photo sharing service that strips this out. More than once I’ve forgotten to turn off GPS before taking a picture at my house, posted it to Twitpic or yfrog and shared my address with world.