I talked earlier about some cloud storage services for videos. I usually do some adjustments, trimming, organizing, … to my videos before having them uploaded and shared. New technologies are making things easier in this field…
Sorry for being away for a while. I was in Jordan for some medical treatment (for my wife)…
Just a quick note about an old post of mine: Save storage space on your blog, Flickr has agreed to be acquired by SmugMug. Thus, I’m not sure if my old post will be valid in regard to Flickr point!
This topic is too huge to be discussed in one post. These are quick notes only in a simple way:
I apologize in case this post doesn’t fit well into this blog or its readers’. I’d like to consider it as a message from a loyal customer to Microsoft in a hope they stop their stupidity!
I’m not going to talk about the applied limitations on Outlook.com and OneDrive (such as, quotas and bandwidth) in favor of paid Office365. I also won’t mention that Cortana forces the use of MS Edge… I’ll just discuss a case about Bing:
On WordPress.com, a basic subscription has 6GB of storage space. The space may vary based on the subscription level or the platform used. However, it’s still limited. One important hint is to host your media (photos, videos, and files) on different platforms and link to them on your blog. This way, the media won’t be calculated against your blog’s quota.
There are many well known brands in this market vary between simple to very advanced. Personally, I prefer those watches to smart watches because I already have a smart phone! Internet is full with comparisons and reviews about such watches. I’m just writing my experience and how I decided on my current watch.