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Who's On WhatsApp, and Why?

myspys Re:Seeking open source alternative (280 comments)

If a new app (Wazapp) can't provide high res screenshots on its homepage, then it's probably not offering the best deal in town.

about a year ago

QuakeNet: Government-Sponsored Attacks On IRC Networks

myspys Did someone say beta? (197 comments)

Yes, please fuck the beta.

about a year ago

Apple Fined In Taiwan For iPhone Price Fixing

myspys Re:Nice (74 comments)

And exactly why shouldn't a company be allowed to decide how much its product should cost?

It's not like Apple has a monopoly.

about a year ago

Is Choice a Problem For Android?

myspys Re:Somewhat lacking in logic. (361 comments)

Penetration of computers/PCs is decreasing, in favour of tablets and Mac.

We're at the tipping point.

People want things to work, not tinker.

about a year ago

Is Choice a Problem For Android?

myspys Re:choice doesn't *require* bad defaults (361 comments)

So you're actually trying to imply that people buy phones based on the OS? And not on the price and features?

Aren't around 99% of low price phones based on Android?

about a year ago

Google Fiber Draws Startups To Kansas City

myspys Why? (123 comments)

Why do you need fiber to start your company?

You're very unlikely to be allowed to run servers off of it and when has the biggest obstacle to a startup been "dang, i have to wait 5 seconds instead of 1 to download this massive thing"?

about 2 years ago

Slashdot Coming Attractions

myspys Re:In all seriousness (410 comments)

If something that is 2 days old doesn't count as news, then I don't read news.

The people who want news the second it's released can go somewhere else, I'm here for the discussions.

more than 2 years ago

Ask Slashdot: Best Tools To Aid When "On Call"?

myspys Lark (249 comments)

Maybe you can reconfigure/hack Lark (http://www.lark.com/) in some way?

more than 3 years ago

Google Switching to SSL By Default For Logged-In Users

myspys Google Analytics (133 comments)

Since Google accounts for 90% (or more) of the searches performed, what use is the keyword-part of Google Analytics?

Or will they in some magical way make it work with GA, but no other tracking tool?

more than 3 years ago

Swedish Daycare Tracks Kids With GPS Devices

myspys Re:A real problem? (125 comments)

Malmö is the most crimeridden place is Sweden, which might explain this move

more than 3 years ago

External Thunderbolt Graphics Card On Its Way

myspys Re:Gaming + laptop = contradiction (207 comments)

Most of the time my laptop moves between the office and my home. Once in a while, I want to play a game (or two) and for quite obvious reasons, I don't want a gaming rig (ugliness and space).

I'd rather have a small device I connect between my laptop and my screen (external screen both at home and at work) for when I need to play.

Point of a portable? Being able to use it as a portable computer MOST of the time.

more than 3 years ago

Six-Drive SATA III SSD Round-Up Shows Big Gains

myspys 6 disks, 6 awards (129 comments)

Howcome all 6 disks got an award? Either "recommended" or "editors choice".

Is that the only way to keep everyone happy, and the freebies coming?

more than 3 years ago

Google Unveils Beta Chrome OS Notebook

myspys 100 MB? (140 comments)

"with Verizon Wireless providing cellular connectivity which comes with 100MB of free data per month for the first two years"

Surely that can't be right. What can you do with 100 MB?

Not even Verizon can be that cheap..

more than 4 years ago



Multi-user photo & video management

myspys myspys writes  |  about three weeks ago

myspys (204685) writes "We have thousands of images and a few hundred videos and we expect this library to grow very rapidly (due to a newborn). We both add and edit images/videos, sometimes at the same time. We like face detection, geo-tagging and labels/tags. A (Synology) NAS is being installed and will be hosting the images/videos and the future database.

Basically a multi-user iPhoto. Does such a thing exist?

We've looked into Photo Supreme, but it's far from fast and face detection crashes. It's also missing the ability to handle videos."

Photo recommendations based on wisdom of the crowd

myspys myspys writes  |  about 7 years ago

myspys writes "Wisdom of the crowds is the new hot thing among web 2.0 sites. Image suggest is the first (and only?) to utilize collective intelligence for recommending photos based on your taste. Warning, easy to get hooked!"


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