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orkut Welcome teleportd HOW TO: Create a Printed Album From Your Digital Photos Mobile photo sharing services like Instagram and Picplz continue to be a big app trend in 2011. Users love taking photos, applying effects and sharing their digital creations with friends and family members. Sometimes, however, a digital copy just isn't enough. We're approaching the spring/summer gifting season (Mother's Day, graduation, Father's Day), which means that now is a great time to start making physical mementos out of digital memories. Getting Started The first step in creating a print album or photo book is to determine what photographs you want to use. If you use photo management software like iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom, Picasa or Windows Live Photo Gallery, finding and sorting photos for your album can be fairly straightforward. Users who primarily upload all photographs directly to a service like Facebook or Flickr can use free web or desktop tools to download photos and photo sets in bulk. Picking a Service iPhoto '11 (Mac) Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 (Windows 7)
iaza: Free Online Image Conversion - Simple & Easy Converter (Images, Graphics, Avatars, Anime ...) Why Color May Be The Next Twitter Love it or loath it, the smartphone app Color is one of the most innovative Web products to have launched this year. It has a user experience that is as unique and different as Twitter was 5 years ago. This has led to confusion about how to use Color and questions about its value. Color launched last month in a whirl of hype, mostly due to the eye-opening $41 million prelaunch funding. What is Color, Again? Color enables you to share "photos, videos and conversations" with a group of people who are at the same location as you. Here's a quick intro: Color Demo from Color Labs, Inc. on Vimeo. The ideal use case for Color then, is for events with large groups of people - like a concert or conference. Color Goes to the Movies In mid-April, Color set out to showcase its new app at the premiere of a new Hollywood film called "Water for Elephants." If the goal was "to bring the red carpet to fans who could not be in Manhattan," as HollywoodNews.com claimed, then that didn't work. Color's Future