I got tired of messing with iPhoto and got a copy of iView. Soooo much better. Fast, powerful. <br>I think the printing features are a bit weak when compared to the rest of the app. <br><br>I'm up to about 1400 pictures now and how I got to there is beyond me. I blame it on my digital camera. It might not make a photographer out of me, but I guess I shoot a lot of pictures.<br><br>Nope, no D70. Just my humble Canon A70. But now that I realize how many pictures I have, I'm becoming concerned about losing them. I thought about backing them up on CD's, but that would take a long time. I'm also thinking about getting an external harddrive, but again, harddrives do fail.... what to do, what to do...<br><br>Oops, sorry. Got off topic. It's still early Monday morning, so I'm not fully awake yet. So yeah, iView. Great app. Very happy with it.<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by skuldugary on 01/10/05 10:12 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I'm up to about 1400 pictures now and how I got to there is beyond me. I blame it on my digital camera. <p><hr></blockquote><p>You're sure you shouldn't be blaming those porn sites? :-)<br><br>
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That is a nice app.<br><br>What about burning to DVD-R? You don't have a DVD-RW drive? A firewire external DVD burner starts at about $75 now days...<br><br><br><br>When did the National Guard turn into the foreign legion?
Essentially it is just like a CD burner, but the laser is a little different. There are write once CDs (CD-R) and the kind you can erase and rewrite (CD-RW). So, there are write once DVDs (DVD-R and DVD+R) and the kind you can erase and write on again (DVD-RW and DVD+RW). Is that what you were asking?<br><br>For archiving you will probably just want to get the cheaper write once type of blank DVDs (DVD-R). They cost about $1 and hold about 4.5 GBs.<br><br><br><br>When did the National Guard turn into the foreign legion?
I've never owned an external one, so I can't recommend on experience, but I've always been happy with otherworldcomputing.com.<br><br>This one looks pretty neat in that it supports dual layer recording, which means with the proper media you can get over EIGHT gigs of data per disk. Not too shabby. <br><br>The good thing about otherworld is that they are very mac centric, so if they say it works with Macs, it does. This drive is $150 though, so you could probably get a standard DVD writer for cheaper. Maybe someone else here can recommend something they've personally bought?<br><br><br><br>When did the National Guard turn into the foreign legion?
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