Google has announced the phase-out plan for Google Play Music — with South Africa being one of the first countries that to lose access…
This week I take a look at Photovine, a photo sharing social network that is fast becoming a favourite app amongst iPhonography enthusiasts and casual snappers all around the world.
I’m sure most of you reading this will remember the internet before the digital camera became as readily available as it is today. Back to the days when hardly anyone used a photo of themselves as a profile picture or avatar, not for fear of being recognized or anything like that, but simply because of the cost of technology and the sheer complexity of getting a decent photo of yourself onto your PC, properly cropped and uploaded to your MSN Messenger or whatever you were using to stay in touch in those pic-challenged days of yore. I remember it well, low quality images, memory cards that only held around 50 images at most, and my favourite: The era of saving your digital photos straight onto a stiffy disk. Now that was unpractical.
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