Software Review: 93 Photo Street|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Wednesday, August 11, 2004 - 12:54 EDT)
When Transmutable Software released its $30 93 Photo Street a few days ago, we yelled, "Eureka!" Plenty of prospectors have perished with a map in their hands looking for the spot where the treasure is buried. Trevor F. Smith's program eschews the X for an image. And that's worth a thousand words.
93 Photo Street lets you download a free map of any place in the U.S. where you've taken a few pictures. You drag virtual thumb tacks onto the map where you took the pictures. And you then link your images to that location so people can see what's there.
And today, Transmutable released version 1.1 for both Mac OS X and Windows, addressing some of the issues that made the needle on our Quibble Meter twitch.
Read the review for the whole story.