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Snapseed 2.6 is rolling out today on Android and iOS, introducing two commonly-requested features:
- A Blue filter in Black and white - this creates a high contrast black and white image by pushing blue tones white and yellow tones black (check out the image for a comparison of all color filters)

- White Balance in the RAW editor on Android - use the color picker to select a neutral color in the photo for automatic corrections, or choose from 8 different presets like Tungsten, Daylight and Sunny

Other updates in 2.6:
- Added Talkback capability for Healing tool on Android - with Talkback enabled, the Healing tool will announce where the patch is being applied

- Fixed a crash on iOS when flipping images under specific conditions

- Minor bug fixes

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Finally is the right time to realize this recipe, very simple and very fresh, just for the summer season!

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#Innovation isn't just a slogan. It's a prerequisite for existence in today's competitive marketplace. Not surprisingly, companies of all scales - from start-ups to big organisations - pour huge capital and concentrate on upgrading themselves. Whether it is turbulent and leads to massive changes to the marketplace or incremental - which advances a product from a competitor's offerings - innovation is a fuel in the commercial world.

For a ground breaking culture, an #organisation should look at the blueprint of their spaces and how they're used to spur the kind of imaginative thinking that can crack an idea into a scalable innovation. It's not sufficient to simply find a room and call it a think tank, incubator or hackerspace. Energising the groundbreaking spirit in a business via design needs real strategies and deliberate efforts to fit all solutions.

#CorporateStrategy #OrganisationalStrategy #BusinessStrategy #ManagingChange #LeadingChange #ChangeManagement #DigitalStrategy #InnovationManagement #OrganisationalCulture
Ringing in innovation

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When it comes to the much-anticipated advent of #autonomousvehicles (so-called #driverlesscars, though that term isn’t completely accurate), there is good news and bad news. The good news is that autonomous vehicles will soon be driving among us. The bad news is that we will likely be in for a generation-long transitional period, when #autonomouscars share the road with traditionally driven ones. It would be one thing to prepare for a brave new world where human drivers have been magically removed overnight from the equation altogether, but the messier reality for businesses trying to capitalize on the #technology, their regulators, and the rest of us, is that we all need to prepare for a hybrid #transportation system that can accommodate both humans and machines going about their daily commute, interacting safely.

#Apple invested $1bn into #Uber’s Chinese competitor, #DidiChuxing Technology Co., while #GeneralMotors Co. bought Cruise Automation, a software technology company. Strategic alliances between firms that can provide complementary innovations to one another appear to be a key feature of the impending AV era. Automakers understand that the current disruption of rideshare apps have spurred a small segment of the population to forego car ownership. They can surmise that eventually, ridesharing app companies will be able to purchase fleets of AVs to operate continuously, which will cut costs for everyone.

#CorporateStrategy #DigitalStrategy #DisruptiveStrategy #DisruptiveInnovation #DigitalEconomy #Strategy #FutureTech #DigitalDisruption #FutureTechnology #BusinessStrategy
Can #SelfDrivingCars Share the Road With Old-School Vehicles?

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Pixel's dance
Departures - 2
Partidas - 2


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The wings of the butterfly
The Twin Jet Nebula, or PN M2-9, is a striking example of a bipolar planetary nebula. Bipolar planetary nebulae are formed when the central object is not a single star, but a binary system, Studies have shown that the nebula’s size increases with time, and measurements of this rate of increase suggest that the stellar outburst that formed the lobes occurred just 1200 years ago.

ESA/Hubble & NASA
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Location: Stranda Municipality,
Møre og Romsdal, Norway
Coordinates: 62°06′31″N 07°05′24″E
Total height: 410 metres (1,350 ft)
Longest drop : 250 metres (820 ft)

The Seven Sisters (Norwegian: De Syv Søstrene or Dei Sju Systrene, also known as Knivsflåfossen) is the 39th tallest waterfall in Norway. The waterfall consists of seven separate streams, and the tallest of the seven has a free fall that measures 250 metres (820 ft).

The waterfall is located along the Geirangerfjorden in Stranda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The waterfall is located just south of the historic Knivsflå farm, across the fjord from the old Skageflå farm. The falls are about 6.5 kilometres (4.0 mi) west of the village of Geiranger. It is part of the Geiranger World Heritage Site.


"The Seven Sisters" (Norwegian: De Syv Søstrene or Dei Sju Systrene) is located on the northern side of the Geirangerfjorden, and directly across the fjord lies a single waterfall called "The Suitor" (Norwegian: Friaren). The legend of the seven sisters is that they dance playfully down the mountain. Meanwhile, across the fjord, the suitor (or courter) flirts playfully with them from afar.[1][2]
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