RT @SimoneGiertz: If somebody isn’t responding and you reach a full screen length of unreplied texts YOU’RE ALLOWED TO START TEXTING IN ALL CAPS YES TRUST ME
Honestly, required 101 of communications…
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Now getting info back *out* of Day One needs to be done manually, and I’m still working on a best method to do this. It is actually easier to dump something into Twitter, and let a chain of automagical scripts place the item into various places for later editing.
IFTTT, for myself, but with a raft of editing needed afterwards to make sense of it all.
So, after the crazy Facebook IPO, they announce a Facebook photography app that more or less mimics the Instagram app they just bought for a billion dollars?
Why didn’t they just integrate a billion dollars worth of ‘Instagram’ branding into Facebook. It can’t be hard to use Instagram, by Facebook!
It never ceases to amaze me the money that is thrown around with so many tech startups. I’m sensible enough to know that stocks are not really related to a company’s worth, though it was, or will soon be, obvious when Facebook shares really tumble, but it is venture capital that is thrown around that does amaze. It is one reason I’m staying clear of Springpad. It is a nice idea, and fairy well implemented, but there is still no obvious source of revenue, and that, on a service that is holding my data, is a big worry. To a lesser extent this applies to Evernote, there revenue seems to be secure, though again I don’t know what has been thrown into the Evernote cap, but it is the implementation that gets me there. Understandably Evernote don’t want to make it easy to export your data, and that is where it falls down for me.
Google drive became available for me this week, and that does look like I’ll be using it, for work, though for personal use I really wish I could build my own Dropbox, or better yet, build a server that can host all my own data.