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What Google Glass Can Do to Photographers if it Took Over

Google’s latest and most innovative creation, Glass, looks like it’s heading our way as a reality and hitting the shelves very soon. There are already various apps developed for the new smart glasses, including one that can trigger the camera shutter with a wink! If the gadget is embraced by users and managed to build an audience base, what would photographers look like using the smart eye-winking camera?! Grovo, in the clip below, offers a humorous look at what photographers would look like if Google Glass becomes widely used as a camera and camcorder. Grovo describes sarcastically: Here’s someone you’ll… Read more »

What your Instagram Filter Says About You? (infographic)

Be Careful now! As it turns out, the filter you use on the Instagram, the popular photo-sharing platform, can tell a lot about your personality. Marketing website Marketo—with the help of Column Five—created an infographic that tells you what your Instagram filter choice says about you. The infographic lists down the top 10 Instagram filters and the personalities of the people who use them. According to it, people who use ‘X-Pro II’ are ‘optimists’ who see the world brighter and want others to see it the same way too; while ‘Earlybird’ users are photographers who love to criticize anything modern; and ‘Brannan’ users are… Read more »

How “Wireless” is Your Family? (infographic)

Now-a-day, it is considered very hard to find a family member without some sort of mobile device. Children receive their first cellphones at earlier ages, I’ve seen friends buying their kids iPads when they’re 4 or 5 years old, and parents who grew up before the trend of Internet are learning to navigate the web. What exactly does today’s wireless family look like? According to CTIA, The Wireless Association, 70% of children under 12 have used a mobile device, and more than half of kids age 8 to 12 have a cellphone. As the modern family introduces tech earlier on, parents are trying to… Read more »

How Information Overload is Negatively Impacting our Brains [infographic]

Neuroscience shows that our brains simply weren’t created to multitask. Yet many people continue to live hyper-connected lives, always trying to squeeze in more and more information. From your personal computer to your smart phone and tablet, most people do not recognize the importance of just switching off anything digital and taking a break! This excellent infographic by OnlineUniversities.com shows how acutely information overload affects productivity:

What Happens in an Internet Minute [infographic]

In the begining of 2012 Intel released this interesting infographic explaining what happens on the internet per minute of time. The mega scale of information exchange is no surprise to any present day web user, especially with the rise of social networking integration in all types of online activities – yet the numbers shown by the graphic below are tremendous. In just one minute online more than 204 million emails are sent. Amazon collects about $83,000 in sales. Around 20 million photos are viewed and 3,000 uploaded on Flickr. At least 6 million Facebook pages are viewed around the world. More than… Read more »

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