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Picasa gets unlimited online storage because of Google Plus

Bug or feature ? Feature, of course, since it is coming from Google. Since G+, Picasa is receiving  unlimited online storage.   When I created my G+ account, I was asked if i want to merge my Picasa Web Account with G+. I said yes, and since then, the counter of the pictures doesn’t work anymore. I have 94 albums with a lot of pictures and movies and it says  that I have used 0% of my account.     If you’re signed up for Google+, photos up to 2048×2048 pixels and videos up to 15 minutes long won’t count towards this free storage limit. And Google will automatically resize photos for you when you upload them to Google+, so they stay under the free size limit. That means only photos uploaded directly to Picasa Web Albums over the 2048×2048 size will count towards the 1 GB of free storage, explains Google. And when that limit is reached, photos will be automatically resized. Meanwhile, for non-Google+ users, there are slightly stricter rules: photos up to 800×800 and videos up to 15 minutes won’t count towards free storage. Again, when the 1 GB limit is reached, larger photos will be resized down. Simply put, this…

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Vote for my pictures

Click on this link: Login on Facebook and vote my pictures either one by one  or all at once:   If I get enough votes I might get a voucher to get a flight license.   This is how you vote: 1. Go here: 2. You are asked to login to Facebook. Please login. 3. You are presented this page: Depending on your Facebook settings, you might have to Like the page first and then click on Vote in order to see the photos.   4. Click on each picture. Note that you will see on you Facebook Wall that you voted for me.  

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All browsers are (not) equal

I recently installed IE9 because it is the latest which Microsoft produced. I was curious how my website looks like so I told myself that wouldn’t be a bad idea to compare this website in various browsers. I took Google’s Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and IE9, the latest version at the moment of writing this post. Here are the pictures of the right side of my site: No comments… the pictures tell everything: Firefox is years ahead of Chrome and IE. Firefox Chrome/Safari IE9

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