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Pocket Lifestyle: Photo Album downloadable Software
The Pocket Lifestyle series from Thompson Solutions is intended to assist you in organizing the day to day events that govern your life. Pocket Lifestyle: Photo Album Carry your photographs, diagrams, maps and pictures with you at all times. As well as the full color images, you can add notes, record dates & captions, organize the photographs into categories, sort and search. The data is fully synchronized (both directions) with your desktop computer. Examples of use would be to: - Carry with you pictures of your family and friends - Show friends your latest holiday snaps - Take copies of maps and diagrams with you - Carry a product catalogue for your business Features include: - Easy to install, synchronize and use. - Store up to 999 photographs (subject to available memory). - Full 2-way synchronization with your desktop computer. - No need for a desktop application to manage the photographs. - Download photographs in .jpg, .bmp, .gif, .tif or .png formats. - View photographs in several different ways including large images, thumbnails or lists. - Record a caption, date and free text notes for each photograph. - Search for photographs matching text to the Captions or Notes. - Order of photographs using several different sort methods. - Synchronize additional information with a CSV file. - Configure hardware buttons to perform common actions. - Organize photographs into up to 16 categories. - Supports 160*160, 16 b76% (14)
Day 188 of 365
Day 188 of 365 I wasn’t going to enter the current DPS challenge – an 80’s theme – I mean, I was there the first time around and why would I want to revisit that era again? You know it’s depressing enough when I see the young things walking around wearing ‘vintage’ clothing from that era, knowing that I’m way past wearing that sort of stuff now – and ‘vintage’ really?? Come on... Then I remembered that I’m in the middle of this little photo project and not having another idea to work on, I thought, what the heck, let’s spend a morning reminiscing about the good old days. I have a friend who has every album, EP, limited edition and single ever released during the 80’s – and there were a lot of them as you’d imagine. It was quite a productive time, musically. Anyway, we grabbed some of the albums, stored alphabetically and some other accessories that we still seem to have hanging around and had a little fun. When we finished and placed the albums back in their protective plastic sleeves (and yes, they all have sleeves, thanks for asking) we chatted about the actual album covers themselves. The artwork on CD covers lacks the impact of album artwork, don’t you think? I remember buying albums and really devouring every word and design aspect, especially when they folded out so that you had a double album! What a bonus that was! I know when I buy CD’s now, I don’t even give the cover a second glance and that’s a real shame. They’re just far too small, the detail minute and the writing almost invisible. It’s probably just as well that the young folk of today download their music. I think they’re missing out. For those of you who were around in the 80’s and who happened to have the Adam and the Ants album “Prince Charming”, go and grab it, open it up and look at it. And be very thankful we have access to the wonders of Photoshop and Gimp and other photo editing software now so that album spreads will never look that shoddy ever again. Ps. I missed the deadline of this assignment – it closed today, I must have just missed it – gah!a shameless plea
So my company started this little contest in which the person who gets the most albums shared to them through the sharpcast system will win a black, shiny and oh-so-sexy nano (which I desperately want and need in order to continue living) So, if you have a few extra moments and want to try out a cool new product (and be my new best friend) signup for a sharpcast account at: photos.sharpcast.com/account/signup/ and share an album to firstname.lastname@example.org via the web (super quick) or desktop software (not as quick, but better experience). I designed the interface. I pushed every single pixel on that puppy. If you have a few extra seconds, download the desktop software --- it is pretty cool. It automatically backs up your photos and anything you import is instantly synced to the web, including all the captions and edits. It is also pretty easy to share. The software is still in beta, but our next release will have tons more features.
MobiSystems® PhotoAlbum allows you to categorize and view the photo image files on your mobile device in the same way you're already familiar with from your desktop PC. Just like the "My Pictures" folder in Windows XP, MobiSystems® PhotoAlbum allows you to create virtual albums in which to categorize your photos. Then you can view each photo individually, or create a slideshow of all of the photos in any album! The HotSync conduit for Windows allows you to transfer the images to your desktop computer or upload desktop bitmaps to the handheld.