Have you seen this in your area?? This story from the LATimes website has three still photos, and six very short video clips. This is the first time I've seen the video clips in a news story. Point of Information. My daughter-in-law is asian. I've lived in both Alhambra and South Pasadena. San Gabriel, Alhambra and SoPas all have large asian populations. It ain't 1970 anymore. One of the reasons I liked the area was the diversity. +Giulio Sciorio+John Zachary+Jeffrey Kaphan+Rob Knight+Paul Melcher
hehe. Short video clips have been used to accompany articles on the web. Yes. Usually not from the newspaper sites but from mixed media sites like our Australian national radio / tv broadcaster. But, having a no audio, moving jpeg, that is new.
Publisher: distant blue – mobile solutions. Device: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch Focus Chart. This app displays a focus chart with a siemens star. It prevents the phone from going to stand-by while you're adjusting the back focus of your camera or testing your lenses.
+Pragwo1f Have to agree with you. Sad not to see young kids anymore; they're all locked away in their caves on an i-something, for days. Some get outside to play some organized sport, but enough of them don't get out just to see the sun.
Retailers who don't take Apple Pay will lose my business1 Convenience, Continence, Continence--it's all about continence!. Why force customers to swipe cards, than answer questions just to get unwanted/useless change (when was the last time you paid for anything with pennies and nickles??. BTW I've never had a retailer ask whether I wanted Apple Pay or a similar service. Not once!
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