Posts Tagged ‘facebook’

Facebook is NOT Photo Storage (Part 2)

Facebook users upload more than 3 million photos a day. That’s a lot of data to store and your facebook feed needs to load quickly or you won’t stay engaged, so to lighten the load, Facebook compresses your images. What does this mean? Your photos are essentially worthless outside of Facebook. Facebook was created for […]

Facebook is NOT Photo Storage (Part 1)

I’ve recently found that many of our dear customers are using Facebook Albums as their Photo Organization / Storage / Memory Keeping, which has inspired this blog post. Here’s the story: My boyfriend’s father, Al, passed away this week at the age of 77 from a stroke. Al influenced many people throughout his life and […]