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Sep 20, 2012 · Comments Off on Who owns your Twitter content and photos?
Here’s a summary of articles that google throws up. In summary. The person who posted the information, and anyone else needs permission to republish it outside Twitter: BBC – The Editors: Use of photographs from social media in our output Court Rules Twitter Photos Are Not Copyright Free | About the Image News can’t use […]
Mar 14, 2011 · Comments Off on Uploading files during off-peak times
Many ISPs have a two-tier quota system. My ISP gives me a separate data allowance for off peak which is between 2am and 8am. I thought this would be a perfect for uploading images to my client’s FTP server. But, how do I kick off a transfer in the middle of the night? I’ve been […]
Dec 19, 2010 · Comments Off on Photo Agencies and Collectives
I was putting together a Twitter List of photo agencies and came across this useful link: Agencies and Collectives « P H O T O J O U R N A L I S M L I N K S. You can also subscribe to my Twitter list here: https://twitter.com/#!/list/sydlow/photo-agencies which follows a few agencies […]
Nov 29, 2010 · Comments Off on New site and blog with photoshelter integration
I finally migrated my web site, blog and image archive into a single platform. Previously I had Slideshowpro Director serve the images on my main site, wordpress.com to host my blog and Photoshelter for the image archive. The migration is now a free Graph Paper Press wordpress theme (Widescreen) that’s covering the main site http://syd-low.com, […]
Oct 01, 2010 · Comments Off on #1 Google ranking!
Don’t know how this happened, but my web site is #1 if you look for sports photography (in Australia anyway)! Pretty cool eh.
Feb 21, 2010 · Comments Off on BBC – A new global visual language
A great read on how to do web design properly. BBC Internet Blog: A new global visual language for the BBC’s digital services.
Dec 29, 2009 · Comments Off on Got my credentials!
Valid for 12 months 🙂
Dec 26, 2009 · Comments Off on Myths & Misconceptions About Grid Systems | AisleOne
Found these good references from this article:http://www.aisleone.net/2009/design/myths-misconceptions-about-grid-systems/http://www.thegridsystem.org/http://www.designinfluences.com/fluid960gs/http://www.alistapart.com/articles/fluidgridshttp://fluid.newgoldleaf.com/
Dec 12, 2009 · Comments Off on Thunderbird 3 review – the first (and last) 12 hrs
So I got excited by TB3’s new search feature which is similar to the once great Zoe idea. However, after importing my Mail.app local files and letting it index overnight TB3’s not a replacement for Mail.app and Spotlight. TB3’s search feature presents the results in a more contextually useful way allowing the results to be […]
Aug 16, 2009 · Comments Off on Open-Mesh.com
Open-Mesh.com looks interesting. I’ve been using Meraki for a few years but this appears to have simpler payment options.
Aug 16, 2009 · Comments Off on Social media stats
Jun 09, 2009 · Comments Off on Housekeeping
Finally got around to updating my main photo site, fixing up SEO and doing all the house keeping. This is my Sports Food and Lifestyle Images & Photography in Melbourne, Australia | Sydney Low Photography site.
Jan 14, 2009 · Comments Off on The Brand Gap
Branding 101 for everyone. The Brand Gap View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: design brand)
May 09, 2008 · Comments Off on Back to life
OK – I just found my old blogger account and thought I’d rejuvenate it after a 2 year hiatus. I’m going to write about my photography, food and wine stuff and travel thoughts right here! To get things started, here are some recent photos of the Australian and Victorian Barista championships: http://www.thelows.org/syd/austbarcomp/http://www.thelows.org/syd/austbarheats/http://www.thelows.org/syd/VicBarComp/