timely on Flickr.
Honoring day 1 of the 1 TB era at Flickr.
Don’t sweat for another bits or bytes of photo ever again! :)
Maybe I’m being unfair. Perhaps Google justs wants me to make meaningful online connections… - Pixxel
I believe many people shares the same sentiment after the I/O Keynote yesterday. So much things going on that seems to revolutionize Google Plus, or the way we can do things, connect with people, etc.
But there is a tingling feeling that all things ought to be tied to Google. This will probably turn towards a mainstream norm, with the few indie fighters resisting its lure (like my relationship with Facebook: on pause).
We are already all connected — through Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and an army of other socialites services. But what does the sum of it all mean?
An appropriate question to ask is, does something like Google Plus (and its features) help to facilitate meaningful online connections?
＂回到过去。＂ #wood (Taken with Instagram)
Scanned Chinese calligraphy written by a friend, with pen outlined ‘sketch’ of bible and japanese tea cup, on a paper texture.
Designed for BCCC’s 2012 Welcome Night.
Portable coffee filter. #design (Taken with Instagram)
Welcome to #bloomington (Taken with Instagram at Bloomington Bagel Company)