Printing photos from Facebook Without Fear of Break

Facebook Photos
Facebook Photos

Printing photos from Facebook are sometimes a bit difficult because of its low resolution. Well, look at the gap is a service called CanvasPop dibesut. Claimed, he was the only service in the world that offers the following, namely to print photos up, no matter how small, with perfect results. Corresponding name of the service, the printing process uses canvas as a medium finish.

Offers a fairly interesting, find Facebook to be the largest photo storage warehouse with 150 billion photos which he may shelter. Reportedly, each day there are more than 100 million photos dipload in this famous networking site. Wow.

“We allow the 800 million Facebook users are beginning to do something impossible – to raise even the smallest file into the large format,” said Adrian Salamunovic, the co-founder.

They believe the market is very big business. Learn from others they have done. In the lead of its business, the CanvasPop looked Kodak. “We learned a lot of Kodak’s failure to innovate in an ever-changing market,” said Salamunovic. Continue reading “Printing photos from Facebook Without Fear of Break”

Firefox 7 Promised Over ‘Light’

Firefox 7
Firefox 7

Mozilla started distributing the latest Firefox update, Firefox 7. Promise, this version is lighter in terms of memory consumption. As quoted from the official Mozilla blog on Wednesday (28/09/2011), Mozilla promises some improvements to the newest version of the popular browser Firefox.

One of them is done through a project called MemShrink that is believed to reduce Firefox memory consumption of 20 to 50 percent. If true, this would speed up the browser’s performance and reduce the possibility of crashes.

Besides the memory consumption problem, version 7 is promised to be faster when it starts (startup time). Peningkatnya called quite significantly, from 8 seconds to go down to 5 seconds. Of course depends on the system used a user.

Other things that were promised, including support for HTML5 content. Including, support for using aid acceleration from the graphics card when running on the HTML5 Canvas.

Then, there is support for navigation timing specification from the W3C. This allows developers to measure the loading time of websites on the usage scenario is different.

While from the side view, one of the highlights is the removal of “http://” at the time of displaying the web address. It previously had done the Google Chrome.