PictureKeeper Connect

I am so excited about this new little gadget!  Do you often get the message that you’re out of storage on your smartphone? Do you struggle with the thought of how to get your photos off your smartphone; or, don’t trust the cloud?  Maybe you’re traveling to a location where there is no Internet connection, or not taking your laptop?

Sharing Inherited or Old Photos

After talking with a relative last night, I got an idea for another blog article; sharing old photos with siblings, or other relatives.  Who doesn’t like to look at old photos?

Old photos There is something fascinating and intriguing about looking at old photos and reminiscing about family members no longer with us, or about moments from our child-hood.  Have you or someone you know inherited those photos from your parents or another family member?  Do you have siblings, cousins or other family members that would like to have a copy, or at least be able to view them?

Old Window Frame with Photos

Want to display your photos in a unique way?  Here is an idea using an old window frame.

Using an Old Window Frame

Old Window Frame IdeaSeveral years ago I gave this window frame with photos to my dad as a Christmas gift.  This included some of my favorite photos of my sisters and I from when we were kids and then later after we had kids.   Even several years ago I thought it was a pretty cool idea and didn’t see this done very much at the time.

How do you want to reflect on your Summer Memories?

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Have you taken a big trip this summer?  Or, some other special event happened this summer?  Did you take photos, or collect any memorabilia?

Why did you take photos in the first place?  For most it’s to capture the moment, and preserve those memories.  Why bother taking the pictures if you do not put them into something where you can enjoy them?  Well, here’s a few suggestions for keeping up with those photos so you’re not wondering where they are in a year or so down the road.

Private Cloud vs Public Cloud: The difference

So, why am I writing about “the cloud”?  As technology continues to advance, I’m challenged (in a healthy way) to keep up with my technical skills and all the options available for saving, syncing and sharing digital photos and other important documents; and I want to share that information with you.  If you’re looking into cloud backup or storage options for your digital photos and/or other documents; this is for you; whether or not you are currently using a cloud service, or just getting started.

What is the Cloud?

You’ve heard of “the Cloud”, but do you know what it is?  Do you know how it can benefit you?

3-2-1 Backup“the Cloud” Basics

What “the Cloud” is not; “the Cloud” is not some big storage space sitting out somewhere in the sky collecting and returning information.

“the Cloud” simply refers to any file (document, photo, video), data, or program that is stored over the Internet, not on your computer.  Office 365, Google Docs, DropBox are just a few examples of services that store these files or run programs over the Internet.  These services are actually utilizing computers in data centers to store your information.  As opposed to when you store data (or run programs) on your computer or hard drive, that’s called local storage computing.

Facial Recognition in Photo Sharing Sites

While researching information for another blog article, I ran across an article where Shutterfly was sued for using facial recognition in their database.  So, I had to jump on this as facial recognition and tagging are used more and more in photo sharing sites.  So what is facial recognition and tagging?  And, how does it affect you?   In order for us to learn about facial recognition, we need to take a look at tagging first.

Happy Father’s Day

Father's Day fishing

In honor of Father’s Day, how about remembering a lesson your dad taught you?

There were lots of lessons my dad tried to teach me. One of those lessons was how to take a hook out of a fish. That didn’t go well as a kid. But when I had my own child, I had to call up my dad because I was so happy when I had to take the hook out.  And put those nasty worms on the hook as well.
So, for this Father’s Day, what were some of the lessons your dad tried to instill in you?  Be sure to cherish those memories, ask questions and pass them on because you never know when the dad in your life won’t be there anymore.
I love you Daddy!  I can only imagine you must be fishing with your dad today.
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