Member since: Sep 30th, 2005
Oct 18th 2007 6:49AM to Myron : I agree, downloadsquad bloggers sometimes run on a dangerous edge. There is a link a "Notify AOL" link at the bottom of every page on the site that can be used to report this kind of behavior.
Aug 10th 2007 4:46AM OK, I agree downloadsquad bloggers have a right to express their own opinions, but assuming everyone thinks like them "Everyone loves..." is just beyond what I want to read.Compare this post with the neutral, politically correct "Google launches paid plans for increased Gmail and Picasa storage"...Come on guys, when will you understand Google as a whole is far more dangerous than Microsoft ?
Jan 24th 2007 6:46AM Too bad downloadsquad doesn't allow us to rate blog posts. I wonder how deep this one would be in the negative stars system...
Jan 6th 2007 3:11AM Wow ! Ryan, what a change since your pitiful rant against the ribbon and office desktop apps ("a dead breed", sic), just 3 weeks ago (www.downloadsquad.com/2006/12/22/the-office-2007-ribbon-only-goes-so-far) !!
Sep 14th 2006 3:03AM A bit out of topic : regarding the renaming thing, have a look to Downloader Pro (http://www.breezesys.com/Downloader/features.htm) : IMHO, the best tool ever for your digital photo workflow (has all the features I used to love from separate tools : jhead, exifmanager, etc.). Read tutorial at http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/flow-import-dlpro.html.
Sep 30th 2005 7:05AM EXIFManager (http://phgiraud.free.fr/freewares/index.html) makes the trick of resetting the counter for each day. Highly recommended.
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