With summer wrapping up, I have been trying to capture as many of those carefree summer moments as possible with my digital camera. The weather has been cooler this month, and I can’t believe that school will be starting soon. I will definitely miss my oldest child, since he will be starting first grade and be gone all day.
Ah, at least I will have the photos to organize and add to our website. If you are feeling the same way, you might enjoy all of the digital camera tips that have been one of the focuses of the computing blog this week. You might even ask for those photos to be made into a Sweetie Tag. If you missed any of these great articles, here is your chance to catch up!
The next generation of desktop computers just may be arriving soon. That is because developers at the University of Maryland engineering department have created a prototype for a supercomputer that is the size of an average desktop machine.
Do you have a blog? There are some articles this week all about blogging, from boosting your blog traffic to participating in memes. Of course there were other things to talk about, including new technology that helps find missing kids.
I love taking photos with my digital camera. It is so much fun. I have thousands of photos of the kids, our family adventures and even our new home. It is easy to take photos with the digital camera, because I can quickly delete any unwanted photos. There is no waste.
When using a digital camera, lighting is especially important. Traditional film cameras can be very forgiving with light, and film can be pushed to bring out more light or detail. Generally with film, the detail may be there on the film, even if the light is too dark.
Imagine if your phone bill was so large that it had to come in a box. That is just what happened to iPhone customer Justine Ezarik, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Her 300-page iPhone bill was sent to her in a large cardboard box that cost AT&T $10 just to mail. AT&T is the sole service provider for the iPhone in the United States.
The majority of photos taken with a digital camera are probably portraits. This makes a lot of sense, of course. We love having photos of our friends and family to cherish for a lifetime.
Have you heard about Sweetie Tags, yet? They are really awesome graphics images that you can use as a personal signature for your forum posts here at Families.com. What is more, they are personally custom designed with your own photos and sayings.