Maiden Lane, San Francisco
Update on Eye-Fi Bricking their older cards
I received this in my email tonight:
UPDATE: Information Regarding “End of Life” (EOL) of X2 and Prior Generation Products
A strange little abandoned shop I saw off of I-80.
Bye Bye, Eye-Fi
Eye-Fi has decided to discontinue the services that support their older X1 and X2 cards, which is a shame – they’re capable workhorse cards that can transfer photos directly to a smart phone using a private WiFi network or use their Eye-Fi Center to transfer photos to online services or your computer.
According to Eye-Fi, some features like direct mode may still work, but anything using their online service won’t work — if you haven’t created an account by September 16th 2016, you’re out of luck.
Alleyway Still Life
From a walkabout in San Francisco – hadn’t been to the financial district in a long time. Pentax MX-1.
Name That Font
Alleyway, San Francisco
My first time wandering alleyways in the SOMA district of San Francisco in years – my old stomping ground for most of 1995 until 2013.
More playing with tilt-shift, again
The Smallest Photo Office in the World
More comparisons – Samsung versus Apple
I’ve given up my iPhone for good and am using a Samsung Galaxy phone. Since I’ve stopped switching between platforms I’m sold on Android as a platform. Here’s why…
Microsoft Outlook for Android
One feature I’ve struggled with in switching to Android was being able to duplicate Apple’s VIP email notifications. I get a TON of mails, and need to be able to have just the important mails show up on my lock screen.
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