11:30 pm — Monday, 19 September 2016
Their print quality is truly outstanding, but the app is so-so and do we really want ads on the back of our prints Must we let ads invade every crevice of our life? At the same time, if the ad doesn't 'distract from the print at all' is it of any value to the advertiser?
11:42 pm — Monday, 19 September 2016
Vanilla Dry Ice:
Forever = "For a year or so, or until funding dries up and our monthly AWS bill exceeds our yearly revenue."
12:35 am — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
I do remember Everpix. :/
But uh, this is a print service, not a hosting one.
I agree the Flag app kind of sucks. :)
2:05 am — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Vanilla Dry Ice:
Right, the hosting was in reference to Everpix.
My main point is when 'forever' is used to advertise a free service, run run run.
3:25 am — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
It's indeed genius: give money, so we can send free pictures!
6:20 am — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
> I still think the basic idea is genius: the ads allow the prints to be free of charge, but don’t distract from the prints *at all* because they’re on the back.
Oh is *that* what "on the back" means? Thanks for breaking it down for me John.
12:41 pm — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
3:23 pm — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Fake Tim Cook:
Step 1: Create an iCloud Photo Sharing album called "AppleTV Screensaver".
Step 2: Put your favorite photos in this album.
Step 3: Set your Apple TV to use the album you created in step 1 as your screensaver.
Step 4: Sit back and enjoy your favorite photos with your family and friends.
Step 5: Keep adding new photos to the album.
4:05 pm — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Whoever 'funds' this obvious shell game deserves whatever losses they incur.
7:36 pm — Tuesday, 20 September 2016
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