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Steve Iadarola
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Geek by day and Photographer the rest of the time
Geek by day and Photographer the rest of the time

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Sounds like a great photo opportunity.
Calling all photographers, photo bloggers, Instagrammers and all other social media users…We’re inviting you to apply for credentials to attend the launch for the next flight of Orbital Sciences Corporation's Antares rocket, currently targeted for 2:07 a.m. EDT, June 10, from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. For more information and to apply, visit: http://go.nasa.gov/1ov9nm9 Registration deadline is tomorrow.  #NASASocial   #ISS  
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+Geek Beat did a good quick overview of their month long test of the  Synology DS1512+ vs Drobo 5N. 

What you are using for your storage and backups?

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Flickr has made a number of changes this week.

The New Flickr: What it Means for Flickr Pro Users
http://mashable.com/2013/05/20/flickr-pro-changes/
Flickr made some big changes to its service; what do they mean for Flickr Pro users?

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Star Trek's tricorder becomes a reality with Scanadu's Scout: http://on.mash.to/1a5D7xj
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Google has just lowered the price for the full Nik Collection. You can now get the full Nik Collection by Google, now just $149. 

http://www.niksoftware.com/nikcollection/usa/index.php?view=intro%2Fmain.shtml

According to a blog post by Moose Petterson ( http://www.moosepeterson.com/blog/2013/03/25/nik-collection-by-google/ ) if you have previously purchased part of the collection, Google is going to be upgrading you to the full Collection for free.

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Greetings,

I am look for recommendations from Microsoft Windows users for a good file synchronization tool.  The primary use will be to create multiple synchronized backup copies of my photos and Adobe Lightroom catalogs.  In the past I have used Microsoft's SyncToy but that is no longer being developed.  

I am looking for a GUI based tool that can run in the background or on a schedule to copy a source folder or multiple source folders and synchronize the files and folders to one or more location for backup.  The backup drives may be externally attached USB drives, possibly a NAS device or a share(s) on another Microsoft Windows system. The software should be intelligent enough to identify conflicts and prompt for remediation. 

I am just beginning my research on these tools and have found a few that look promising.  One that stands out at the moment is called SyncBreeze (http://www.syncbreeze.com/).  Does anyone have any experience with SyncBreeze?

Thanks in advance.

#photography   #microsoft   #synchronization   #windows7   #backup   #adobelightroom   #photo   #photographers   #photographyworkflow  
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