Amber Blog – 7.30.20 (7.29.20)
Where do you keep your data? If you’re like most people, you probably store it in a variety of places. Maybe you have a Google Photos account to save your favorite vacation images (or selfies–no judgment!). You probably have some docs saved to DropBox or OneDrive. Oh, and you might have an external hard drive or two filed with some of your most important memories.
Source: It’s 2020. Take Control of Your Data.
Mylio Blog – 7.8.20
Want to get your digital family photos edited faster, without compromising quality? Mylio offers a photo editing workflow for all skill levels.
Source: Photo Editing for Anyone – Life In Focus – Mylio Photo Editing
Amber Life Blog – 6.30.20 (6.29.20)
Open Source software is one of those “techy” terms that gets dropped in business spaces without much explanation. What exactly does Open Source mean anyway? If it sounds kind of vague or confusing, don’t worry. The actual concept is pretty simple.
Source: Getting Down to Business with Open Source Software and AmberPRO
OWC Blog – 6.25.20
Everyone looks back fondly on the past and the memories they have made with friends, family, and others. While memories are great, there are some things we might eventually forget or might become a little cloudy in our minds. As a result, many of us cherish the pictures from our childhood or the ones taken as we were growing up.
Source: How to Store Old Photos and Preserve Precious Memories
NVIDIA Blog – 6.25.20
AI startup Trefos is helping foresters see the wood for the trees.
Using custom lidar and camera-mounted drones, the Philadelphia-based company collects data for high-resolution, 3D forest maps. These metrics allow government agencies and the forestry industry to estimate the volume of timber and biomass in an area of forest, as well as the amount of carbon stored in the trees.
Source: AI Startup Lets Foresters See the Wood for the Trees
Google Blog – 6.25.20
Five years ago, we noticed that people were struggling to manage their photos and videos—there wasn’t a place to keep them all, storage was disorganized, and it was hard to find specific photos. We designed Google Photos to solve these problems and since then more than one billion people use the app each month. Over the past few years we’ve also seen that people use Google Photos when they feel nostalgic and want to reminisce. Google Photos has become more than just an app to manage your photos, it’s become the home for your life’s memories.
Source: A redesigned Google Photos, built for your life’s memories