Daily Friction #334
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Send tweets using your BlackBerry, manage, categorize and search your photos and other media, learn how the RIAA catches alleged music pirates, all twitter users can learn hows a day without twitter looks like, find great bargains and more in today’s edition of the Daily Friction.
Software and Services
- TwitterBerry 0.6 launches – The TwitterBerry application for BlackBerry is built to send Tweets from BlackBerry devices.
- Pictomio is a software application for managing, categorizing, searching, and archiving photos and other media files, and allows you to generate animated 2D and 3D slideshows. The extensive capabilities of the latest programmable 3D graphic cards are utilized for image decoding and displaying slideshows
- The RIAA Explains How It Catches Alleged Music Pirates – To catch college students trading copyrighted songs online, the Recording Industry Association of America uses the same file-sharing software that online pirates love, an RIAA representative told The Chronicle at the organization’s offices during a private demonstration of how it catches alleged music pirates. He also said the group does not single out specific colleges in its investigations.
- A Day Without Twitter – Chris Brogan tells about his day without Twitter.
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