Beyond the Borders of Digital Photo SoftwareWritten by Kristine Llabres
With hustle-and-bustle of modern living, anything just turns out to be instant and digital. For instance, instant noodles, instant boyfriend, and many others, I just recall that a friend of mind told me that. Everything now is instant and digital or computerized.
The latest and better digital photo software must always be a competitive one, that is versatile, easy to be understood and of course easy to use. It is not always particular to be used in order to have a software package that works well with only selected varieties of cameras.
Take note that there is limited value that comes along package not designed for layperson, since huge percentage of users are laypeople. The cameras are mostly available in market that comes along with a software package of their own.
For example in Sony and Kodak cameras majority of its users can find software that is suitable for its use. Generally, software that is provided with camera does not simply allow user to dump photos onto hard drive for editing or printing. There is always a better system that allows you ability to place your photo in categories for its easy access.
The family photos would not just be dumped in same place with other group of photos, with friends or of any other occasions. You can consider it valuable, though it does not take a little extra time to rename, rearrange and print out your photos.
easymusic hit by easygroup injunctionWritten by stelios
easymusic hit by easygroup injunction Added: (Sun Jun 26 2005) easymusic hit by easygroup injunction
easymusic is part of easygroup of companies which includes easymoney, easycruise, easyjet, easynet, easycinema, easymobile
Stelios, founder and sole investor of easyGroup led easyGroup orange boiler suit brigade in a protest at High Court in London. The reason for protest? easyGroup is being sued again, this time by British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for permitting unlicensed music download and copying in its easyInternetCafes and on its easymusic websites. easyGroup rejects this, arguing that it does not monitor what easygroup users download and that its user terms make it clear that service should not be used for illegal copying. easymusic is part of easygroup of companies which includes easymoney, easycruise, easyjet, easynet, easycinema, easymobile
easyInternetCafes stopped CD burning service last year, but since then British Phonographic Industry BPI has claimed £1 million in damages from easyGroup for illegal downloads already having took place instore. Easygroup has made a substantial offer to settle out of court. In region of £100,000.00. easymusic is part of easygroup of companies which includes easymoney, easycruise, easyjet, easynet, easycinema, easymobile
It also seems that at some stage, British Phonographic Industry BPI suggested to litigous easyGroup that it would be bad PR for it if public knew music was being pirated in easyinternets Istores. In a u-turn British Phonographic Industry BPI then sought a gagging-order to prevent easyGroup from talking about this case and seems to have scored an own goal in doing so! In Court judge said he saw no urgency in matter and postponed hearing until next week, whilst outside national press took delight in photographing 20 or so boiler-suited easygroup staff wielding enormous orange cardboard CDs reading "stop easy music-rip off". easymusic is part of easygroup of companies which includes easymoney, easycruise, easyjet, easynet, easycinema, easymobile