Maybe I’m alone in this, but taking pictures on my camera gives me a feeling of catharsis.
I don’t mean that I find soothing emotional release in capturing the world around me in a digital format, like an artist would. I mean catharsis in the sense that when I take a photo, I feel like my work is done. “Okay! I captured this moment! The end.” Unfortunately, there’s this slight problem of needing to connect my phone to a computer and upload my photos someplace if I want anyone else to share these moments with me.
Moments like our family dog hanging out in the driver’s seat. Continue reading
Last week, we talked about how Pogoplug can help photographers securely store all their pictures and share with clients all around the world. This week, we want to highlight a really cool way for the musicians among you to use Pogoplug: uploading to shared folders.
Ryan Montgomery is a professional photographer who uses Pogoplug to create high-tech portfolios that his clients can access wherever they are.
“My Pogoplug allows me to have access to hundreds of thousands of photographs anywhere in the world,” Ryan told us. “I can even allow my clients to download their wedding photographs while they are still on their honeymoon.”
Ryan’s clients automatically see shared files as a slideshow
The good news: You’ve stored all your important vacation photos, home videos and more in your Pogoplug account.
The bad news: You’ve stored so many important files that you’ve forgotten where some of them are.
More good news: Pogoplug’s automatic smart media organization makes it easy to track down your files by date and type.
We’re constantly impressed by how many ways our customers use Pogoplug—so this week, we asked people in our San Francisco office what they use Pogoplug for.
First up is our CEO Dan Putterman’s new favorite use, and one we think parents everywhere can really get behind: taking photos of his daughters’ artwork and uploading them online to share with the family.
Hello Pogoplug users!
Here in the office, we love hearing how you guys use Pogoplug, whether you’re serving in Afghanistan, bringing Pogoplug to the classroom, sharing your skills—or, in the case of today’s story, using Pogoplug to connect with your family faster than ever before. Continue reading