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One Hour Photo Stream


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  • One Hour is the eleventh full-length album by German electronic music outfit Cluster. It was recorded live in the studio in Vienna, Austria in July, 1994 and released on January 24, 1995 on the U.S. based Gyroscope label.
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Iomega 35039 1 TB ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player
Iomega 35039 1 TB ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player
The Iomega ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player will change how you experience digital entertainment in your home. With more media formats (including H.264, WMV, RMVB), brilliant 1080p HD quality for a magnificent picture and superior sound you'll enjoy your videos, movies, photos and music even more. Plus, ScreenPlay DX is DLNA certified for easy streaming to anywhere in the house. Iomega Protection Suite software is included to ensure all your digital content is safe and secure. Store up to 2TB of digital content directly on your ScreenPlay DX HD Media Player.

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My favorite photo and "spot"
My favorite photo and "spot"
If I could do an instant replay on any 30 minute time period our our entire Canadian Rocky road trip, this would be the place. This spot had it all for me: blue sky, cirrus clouds, rugged bold snow dusted peaks, a colorful forest of larch in gold mixed among the deep green of alpine spruce and fir; a frost nipped meadow; a bubbling "in a hurry" little stream with ice crystals adding a white border to its banks; cool, clear, crisp air..and no bugs or crowds. This was great! This is it: my favorite photo, moment, experience and sight, of the entire trip. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ These are the photographs taken on Thursday, the third day of our road trip. It was the best day of weather and best day for hiking and photographing on the entire road trip and we covered a lot of ground. Since I sleep 8 hours and it is dark close to 12 hours, I woke up very early Thursday morning in my backpacking tent at Mosquito Creek campground. Fortunately so did J.J. - - so we got an early morning start on the day. First a quick trip up to the Peyto (Pee Toe) Lake overlook, where JJ hoped to catch some early morning light on the lake. We had the overlook to ourselves until one large tour bus after another unloaded one large load of loud whooping tourists after another, but the light was flat and the sky uncooperative. We took what “memory” shots we could then bailed out heading south the way we had come. We stopped at Hector Lake for some morning reflection photos on our way to Moraine Lake. At Moraine Lake we took the best hike of the road trip, up to Larch Valley. We had excellent weather and the larch were at their peek in color. What a wonderful experience. After the hike we returned to the highway and headed north up through the northern half of Banff and all the way to Jasper. We found the lighting interesting and enjoyed having Athabasca Falls to ourselves, so we didn’t roll into Jasper until after dark. We lucked out and got excellent rooms for two nights at the Marmot Lodge in Jasper. JJ and I gave our best well rehearsed routine for an “old timers’, AARP members, lodging discount”, which the nice people at the lodge generously gave us. It was starting to rain by then and I was glad to have a room motel room with a bedroom, kitchen, and living room, where I could lay out all my wet camping gear from the previous night’s camp out at Mosquito Creek. We would spend all day Friday roaming the area around Jasper, but by then the weather had turned and we would see nothing but rain and low clouds, most of the time we were in Jasper National Park. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Subalpine Larch “Tamarack” “Tamarack Pine” [Larix lyallii] A conifer that sheds its needles, making it a deciduous tree, an anomaly. They are a Larch, though many in the state of Washington call them “Tamarack pine”, even though they aren’t a pine tree. Before the needles are shed each fall they turn as golden as an aspen or a cottonwood tree and since these particular larch grow at altitude (between 4,000 and 8,000 feet) their golden colors of fall mix, blend and compliment the high altitude fir and spruce. We have lots of these larch in the Enchantment Lakes area of Eastern Washington. The larger Western and Eastern Larch survive and seem to benefit from forest fire activity. Eastern Larch (called Tamarack) was utilized by Native American, who used their slender, strong roots to sew together their bark canoes. The durable lumber from Tamarack is sought after and used in construction. As we drove through the Canadian Rockies the Cottonwood lit up the river valleys with their fall color; then the aspen painted the slopes of the mountains and rimmed alpine lakes with gold; and way up high, running right to the very edges of timberline, you could catch the reflection of gold of the larch, as the sun hit the upper peaks of the mountains. Our hike up from Moraine Lake to Larch Valley was the hi-lite of the road trip for me. The weather was perfect; ice lined the high mountain creeks; the rugged peaks above the Larch Valley, like Pinnacle Mountain and Mt. Temple. It is a five mile round trip hike on excellent trail. You will gain about 1,200’ on the hike from Moraine Lake up into the valley. You can wander farther and take the zig zag route up to the saddle of Sentinel Pass. We took a stream route and ended up on the bench below the pass and a great panoramic view of Larch Valley and the high peaks above it. Because this is prime country for grizzly sows and their cubs, you are required to hike in groups of four (so people don’t bother THEM, we were told). We teamed with up with an endless stream of “hiking partners” going both up and back down the trail. We saw several hikers ignoring the rule but most, like us, tried to team up and keep the four person groupings intact (though not always practical). We were so fortunate to hit this hike on a day with sunshine. When the sunlight hit the patches of Lar
"THE KISS" ("One Year Later...")
"THE KISS" ("One Year Later...")
© Sion Fullana ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. New York 2008 DO NOT USE ON BLOGS OR SITES WITHOUT EXPLICIT WRITEN PERMISSION. Thanks. This image, taken on Times Square the night of November 4th 2008, around two hours after the world knew Barack Obama would become President of the United States, grew up to be the most iconic image of my photo stream (Currently at +23.000 views, +870 views). In a way, it helped make me who I am as a photographer today... I ended up meeting Stephanie and Andrew, the couple in the image... and it seemed a dream come true. 365 nights after this kiss, sadly, I've come to known they are not longer together. Obama has been president for a year. Some of his promises have come to be true and it's been great to the country and the world. But many other promises are yet to be fulfilled, even addressed for the first time... Last night, Maine became another state after California last year, where slightly more than a half of voters decided to take back a basic civil right that was already in motion in that state: the ability for same-sex couples to marry their loved one. There is so much to do still... And hope is not written in capitals anymore, like it was one year ago... I DO hope, because in my heart I'm an eternal optimist, that best things will prevail in the end. That LOVE and HUMANITY will conquer the hate and bigotry and ignorance in so many hearts. And why not? Maybe there's still a chance for love to happen again... PS: In my year and few months on Flickr, I had never before re-post an image that was already on my stream. But I think if a single one deserved it, it had to be this one. And I wanted to use the impact and strength of the moment depicted to send a message of hope of my own. Thanks to all of you who helped made this an iconic image.

one hour photo stream
one hour photo stream
Seagate GoFlex Satellite Mobile Wireless Storage 500 GB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STBF500101 Black
GoFlex Satellite mobile wireless storage allows you to carry your media library with you while on-the-go and wirelessly stream movies, photos, music and documents to your iPad. The GoFlex Satellite device includes a fast USB 3.0/USB 2.0 connection and Media Sync software to easily transfer media and documents from your PC or Mac computer. The GoFlex Satellite can store over 300 HD movies, so you’ll never have to worry about running out of space on your iPad. After you load your media, it can be streamed to your iPad via its Wi-Fi connection, making the solution completely wireless. Leave it in your bag, set it on the table, place it anywhere in the car - with a range of up to 100ft you’ll never feel tethered to your storage. Best of all, the GoFlex Satellite creates its own Wi-Fi network, so there’s no Internet required - take it all with you and access it wherever, whenever. To enhance your experience even further, download the free GoFlex Media app for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch from the iTunes store or the Apple App store directly from your device. The GoFlex Media app is tailored for the GoFlex Satellite allowing you to easily sort through your media library with filters, keyword search and folder and thumbnail views. The app also allows you to download movies and other media from the GoFlex Satellite device, so that you can enjoy your content later, when not connected or extend the battery life of both your iPad and GoFlex Satellite device. With all that media content readily available, it is only fair to share. The GoFlex Satellite device can stream movies and other media to almost any device that has a web browser and Wi-Fi connectivity. If your friends and family have a smartphone, iPod Touch, Android tablet or laptop, they can enjoy your media content too. The built-in battery enables the GoFlex Satellite device to standby, ready to serve media for up to 25 hours and can continuously stream up to 5 hours of video on a single charge.

GoFlex Satellite™ mobile wireless storage allows you to carry your media library with you while on-the-go and wirelessly stream movies, photos, music and documents to your iPad®, tablet or smartphone. The GoFlex Satellite device includes a fast USB 3.0/USB 2.0 connection and downloadable Media Sync software to easily transfer media and documents from your PC or Mac® computer. The GoFlex Satellite device can store over 300 HD movies*, so you'll never have to worry about running out of space on your iPad or tablet.
GoFlex® Satellite™ Mobile Wireless Storage
Take your media library with you. Stream it to your iPad.
Take more than 300 HD movies on-the-go1
Stream media over Wi-Fi to 3 iPads at the same time
Automatically sync media and documents from your PC or Mac computer
Up to 5 hours battery life2
GoFlex Satellite Harddrive

PortableYour entire media library, as mobile as your iPad
The GoFlex Satellite device goes wherever your iPad goes and lets you wirelessly access all your movies, photos, music and documents. No more worrying about running out of space on your iPad.
500GB of storage capacity
Up to 5 hours battery life2
Up to 25 hours standby time2


Three different HD movies. Three different iPads—all at the same time
Everyone in the family can wirelessly access the hundreds of movies you load on GoFlex Satellite storage.
Stream to almost any Wi-Fi enabled device using a web browser or the free app optimized for iPad
Stream to Wi-Fi

Tablets and Smartphone StorageWorks with tablets and smartphones too
Stream to almost any device that has Wi-Fi connectivity and a web browser—including laptops, Android® phones and tablets, iPhone®, iPod Touch® and more.

Stream media wirelessly
With a GoFlex Satellite device in your backpack you can stream all of your HD movies to your iPad—without tangled cords or cables.
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi delivers reliable skip-free streaming
Wi-Fi range of more than 30 feet
Stream media wirelessly

Easy access to your mediaEasy access to your media
Use the free app or your device's web browser to easily access and stream your media library wherever you are.
App logo

Simple 1-2-3 setup
Simply plug the GoFlex Satellite device into your computer and load your media. Next, charge it with the included portable wall charger or car charger. Now you're ready to start wirelessly streaming media to your iPad for up to 5 hours2 of continuous play!Simple setup

FlexibleFlexibility is built in
The GoFlex Satellite mobile wireless storage device is part of the Seagate® GoFlex Storage System. This innovative system makes it incredibly easy to upgrade or change the interface on your GoFlex Satellite device, so you can always get optimal transfer speeds when loading and syncing your media.
Includes USB 3.0 connectivity for fast data transfers (fully compatible with USB 2.0)3
Other available interfaces include FireWire® 800 and powered eSATA (sold separately)


Load media from both PC and Mac computers
Simply plug the GoFlex Satellite device into your PC or Mac computer to quickly sync your media library.PC and Mac

Stream to Wi-FiWhat's in the box
GoFlex Satellite mobile wireless storage device
USB 3.0 USM adapter with detachable USB 3.0 cable
Compact wall adapter with retractable pins
Compact car charger
USB to DC cable
Quick start guide
3 year limited warranty


* Movie = 1.5GB MP4 H.264 file
1. Quantitative usage examples for various applications are for illustrative purposes. Actual quantities will vary based on various factors, including file size, file format, features, and application software.
2. Exact battery life subject to product model, normal usage conditions and configurations.
3. Actual data rates may vary depending on operating environment and other factors.
Satellite Specifications
Product Dimensions4.72in L x 3.46in W x 1.26in D (120mm x 88mm x 32mm)
Weight: 0.588lb (0.267kg)
Seagate® G-Force Protection™ Freefall Sensor TechnologyProtects data by returning the internal drive to a nonoperating state in the event of a drop, making the device ideal for use in mobile environments.
System Requirements iPad, smartphone, tablet or computer with a web browser and Wi-Fi connectivity (802.11 b/g/n)
PC or Mac® computer running Windows® 7, Windows Vista®, Windows® XP or Mac OS® X 10.5.8 or later operating system for loading media on to GoFlex Satellite mobile wireless storage device via USB
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port (required for USB 3.0 transfer speeds) or USB 2.0 port
Compatibility may vary depending on user's hardware configuration and operating system.
Supported File Types For iPad
Video: H.264 video, MPEG-4, Motion-JPEG
Audio: AAC, MP3, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4), Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV
Documents: Microsoft® Office®, iWork®, Adobe® Acrobat® (PDF)
Select file types supported by third-party apps
For Laptop, Tablet and Smartphone
Plays any file supported by your device applications


Battery Lithium-ion (non-replaceable)
Up to 5 hours of continuous streaming (1 user)
Up to 25 hours standby

Wi-Fi802.11 b/g/n
WPA security

Inside the Box GoFlex Satellite™ mobile wireless storage device
USB 3.0 USM adapter with detachable USB 3.0 cable
Compact wall adapter with retractable pins
Compact car charger
USB to DC cable
Quick start guide
Limited warranty



How much will it store?Digital MusicDigital PhotosDigital VideoDVD Quality MoviesHD Video
CapacityDigital Music
(Hours)Digital Photos
(Files)Digital Videos
(Hours)DVD Quality
(Movies)HD Video
(Hours)
500 GB8,330160,000500125125
Average file size using cameras highest resolution JPEG mode Based on standard 2 hour movieBased on H.264 compression at a 6.75Mbs bitrate

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