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."
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Orwell wrote about this in 1946: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P...
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.
Yes, please fuck the beta.
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.
And spoofed headers don't exist...
Squads are 5 people, not a HUGE increase from 4 that BF3 had.
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.
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?
Yes. Slashdot wrote about it i december: http://news.slashdot.org/story/12/04/30/1155243/new-study-suggests-wind-farms-can-cause-climate-change
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"?
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.
The latest vaccine that was prompted in Finland (and Sweden) turned out to be not-so-good.
Maybe you can reconfigure/hack Lark (http://www.lark.com/) in some way?
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?
The best book on programming for the layman is "Alice in Wonderland"; but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman.