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Category Archives: Photos
I attended the Ventura County Women’s Forum yesterday at Cal Lutheran University. The Samuelson Chapel was a great venue – it was large enough to accommodate all of the guests and not so large that people were isolated. There were women of all ages there and everyone seemed to be happy. Continue reading →
The Ventura County Star created a page to share photos for Pinterest. If you haven’t heard of Pinterest yet, Pinterest is a photo curating social network that has skyrocketed to the number three position in social network users, pushing ahead of LinkedIn. Continue reading →
It’s been a while since I’ve attended a Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) event in Los Angeles. Okay, it’s been a while since I’ve attended any kind of function in downtown LA that didn’t include picket signs, marching, and chanting.
So when my friend Jes Sofia Valle (@jessofiavalle) invited me to attend the LATISM reception for the White House at the Biltmore Hotel on April 4, I couldn’t pass it up and brought bring my camera along to support the event she helped plan. Continue reading →
The iPad will never replace my desktop, but it has already replaced my laptop after just two days.
I love, love, love it! [Guest post by Belén Rodríguez]
Wordpress just announced its new WordPress.com Slideshow feature. This is an AWESOME update.
You can now select photos to upload then quickly add them to a blog post as a slideshow.
I love promoting awesome people, great causes, and orgs/businesses that are doing interesting things. My favorite mobile tech tool , the iPhone, helps me do this in the blink of an eye from anywhere.
Today is the one year anniversary of the Miracle on the Hudson. TwitPic helped capture the moment and is still thriving.
The free Animoto iPhone app is easy to use and makes a great dynamic video.