I enjoy adding photos to Google Maps. That enjoyment really increased a few years ago when I bought a 360-degree camera. Since 360-degree cameras are still a bit of a novelty, my images get more views than most. Last week, Google sent me an email saying: Hi Jason, You’re a top photographer on Google Maps […]
I bought a 360 degree Ricoh Theta camera about a year ago. I’ve enjoyed using it to add 360 degree photos to user-contributed photos on Google Maps. Apparently, they are popular for I received this email from Google today: You’re a top photographer on Google Maps. You’ve just accomplished what very few people have done: […]
Ten days ago Google killed off their Google Reader service, a site I visited multiple times a day. It was main source of content on the internet and represented years of curated RSS feeds. Today, Google announced that it will soon do the same for their Google Latitude service. I used this service today to […]
It’s finally time for me to stop using Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash Player. I can no longer tolerate the security vulnerabilities I’m annoyed by the updates I typically can’t use either on my smart phone anyway (and don’t mind) And mostly, there are smaller and more secure substitutes The best tool is Google Chrome, […]
Today I received my invitation to beta test Google Music. Nice. I was hoping that I’d be able to send out a few invites — similar to how Gmail first rolled out — but that doesn’t appear to be an option. Next up, days (or weeks) uploading my library.