Reviews and Blog Posts: digital photos

I know where your cat lives

Privacy on the Internet!

It's hard sometimes to imagine who might be doing what with the information you share online, or how much you should worry about it.

"I Know Where Your Cat Lives" is a new website that clearly illustrates the kinds of things that might be done with your—or your cat's—personal information.

From the site's about page:

Photo Editing Online

This is what happens when you spend too much time playing with photo editors

Sunday, the CTC will host the second of two classes on Photoshop Elements. The class will be fun, as I am teaching it and my snaggle-toothed charm will eventually win you over. But do you have photos you need to edit and you don't own Elements? Alternately, do you feel compelled to make photos of yourself look ridiculous? Come with me into the internet for some free online options...

Our favorite at the CTC used to be Picnik, but they were bought by Google and rolled into Google+, so, unless you're one of the 15 Google employees currently using Google+, you're probably not going to find that very useful. Luckily, the internets are full of other options:

Exhibit: iWorld

iWorld Exhibit

January 10 – March 25, 2012
Central Library, Level 5 Western History Gallery
Closing reception Sunday, March 25, 3-5 p.m.

Jurors: Chuck Mobley (Associate Director, San Francisco Camerawork); Brian Paul Clamp (Gallery owner and director, ClampArt, NYC)

iWorld is a juried show of images responding to the “i-zation” of our culture. The exhibition runs at two venues: The Denver Public Library show features Colorado-based photographers only; the CPAC show features works from across the nation, and includes a solo show awarded to New York-based photographer Charles Ludeke.

Sharing Holiday Photos

(photo courtesy of Awkward Family Photos)

The savory smells of roasting food, the clink and chime of silverware and glass, uncle Jim having a few too many and falling asleep with his mustache awkwardly mashed into the couch, and the click and flash of cameras as we document everything; the holidays are times for making and capturing memories.

With digital cameras and the internet, it’s easier than ever to capture every moment – the sweet, the funny, and the possibly traumatic – and share it with friends and family.

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