I read a post this morning titled, “You Won’t See Facebook’s Graph Search On iPhone Or Android Anytime Soon,” that has left me scratching my head a bit. Surely I’m missing something. The entire basis of Tareq Ismail’s argument was the difficulty of typing in long sentences on a mobile phone. “It’s simple: Graph Search for mobile would need to [...]
I answered that pressing question today with the new Skype for iPhone update.
Using the “Library HDR” option from the main menu of the Pro HDR app, you can force it to process any two photos of the same size. In this example, I use two photos from Infinicam, but I have used this technique starting with Plastic Bullet and PictureShow exports as the starting point as well.
I don’t like social sharing interface for most apps. They force their sales pitches into the messages, either by brute force, not giving users the option to edit, or by hoping we’ll be too lazy to delete their self-serving messages. I want a choice!
In every test I performed, including the test shown here, the Pro HDR app produced better results than the True HDR app.
For the most part, the UI changes they’ve made in the upcoming iPhone software, iOS4, are major improvements, but I do have one small suggestion to make.
A live blog of the Buzzre conference in Portland, Oregon.
What this app does is generate a “trending topics” list from JUST the people you follow on Twitter. You can sort for words or hashtags by timeframe. If you find a tweet you want to respond to or retweet, you can do that right from that app as well. This is all Friend Trend does. That’s it. And I like it.
This post is a live demo of an iPhone app and Wordpress plugin we’re developing. It was used at the OC Wordpress Meetup in Huntington Beach, CA on 3/29/2010 and continues to be used for some testing purposes.
A live blog of Gahlord Dewald’s RETech South presention. He is focusing on how to improve your social media efforts using web analytic tools.