There goes my $20. Never gamble, kids.
So, Higuaín misses the sitter in the World Cup final, misses the PK in the Copa América final and wasn't even born in Argentina. Popular.— Rob Brown (@robbro7) July 4, 2015
So, I've recently upgraded my laptop and have been trying to figure out the best way to go about organizing my photos. I used to use Aperture, even though it's a bit cumbersome and it's editing features are usually more than I ever need. But it's being discontinued. I refused to buy into iPhoto and even the new Apple Photos app looks a bit too walled-garden-y. Plus, I don't have any iOS devices (the wife does, so for her account and her use, Photos makes plenty of sense). But I need something that is able to work with and manage RAW files first and foremost. But maybe not as involved as Lightroom?
Giving Mylio free trial a shot. So far, it's pretty good. It's missing an Android app, but it's coming. Super fast, easy edits. Manual organization, but can set auto as well. Anybody tried it before? Or should I just go back to Picasa? Haven't used it in a while; how's that going lately and how good is its sync with Google Photos?
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00.00 (next day): Women's World Cup, final: USA vs. Japan