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Photo loss blogger to Flickr: You're f*cking kidding • The Register
In case you need even more reasons why trusting your stuff to even the most well-meaning third-party services is only as good as their ability to never, ever make a mistake. (via Lee)
via:lee  flickr  archiving  backups  cloud  chrismellor  from delicious
february 2011 by philgyford
Tower - The most powerful Git client for Mac
"The most powerful Git client for Mac." Looks good I think. Might be less scary for doing some out-of-the-ordinary things. (via Lee)
via:lee  mac  macosx  applications  git  webdevelopment 
december 2010 by philgyford
Cadence | your music. your motion.
Mainly for Cadence Desktop, which claims to apply BPM values to your iTunes songs. I've heard that before, but you never know. (via Lee)
via:lee  mac  osx  software  itunes  bpm  iphone  music 
october 2009 by philgyford
Charlie Brooker: To politicians, we're little more than meaningless blobs on a monitor | Comment is free | The Guardian
I'm going through that periodic "who can I bring myself to vote for?" dilemma and this just makes it worse. Just one good party would be enough. (via Lee)
via:lee  charliebrooker  guardian  politics  uk 
march 2009 by philgyford
iCraig » Geotagger
A Mac app for using Google Earth to add GPS coordinates to photos' EXIF data. A shame iPhoto doesn't update its cached data though. (via Lee)
iphoto  geotagging  mac  osx  macosx  software  exif  geolocation  via:lee 
february 2009 by philgyford
Ma.gnolia Suffers Major Data Loss, Site Taken Offline | Epicenter from Wired.com
Another week another case of people losing data they've entrusted to a hosted service. (via Lee)
via:lee  magnolia  cloud  backups 
february 2009 by philgyford
Slashdot | Why Mirroring Is Not a Backup Solution
And why most of us entrusting our creative output to third-party sites is a bad idea. (via Lee)
via:lee  slashdot  cloud  backup  journalspace 
january 2009 by philgyford

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