FW: Its Ice Cream Time

April 29, 2008





TUESDAY April 29th 2008

Ben & Jerry's is holding a Free Cone Day Today, so plan accordingly. The franchise is celebrating 30 years in business by giving away free treats at participating stores. Go here to locate a shop.



WEDNESDAY April 30th 2008

Not to be out done Baskin-Robbins is having 31 Cent Scoop Night this Wednesday from 5pm to 10pm to honor America’s firefighters. Participating stores will reduce prices of small ice cream scoops to 31 cents. Click here for Store Locator





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FW: Yahoo! News Story - Austrian admits 24-year abuse of captive daughter - Yahoo! News

-----Original Message-----
From: Annette Sargent <annettesargent@yahoo.com>
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 12:48 PM
To: tymberwoulffe@gmail.com
Subject: Yahoo! News Story - Austrian admits 24-year abuse of captive daughter - Yahoo! News

Annette Sargent (annettesargent@yahoo.com) has sent you a news article.
(Email address has not been verified.)
Personal message:

This is just WRONG!

Austrian admits 24-year abuse of captive daughter - Yahoo! News


Yahoo! News


910 am

April 28, 2008

that says 87.
4 car accident giving me plenty of time in the car. should have taken the train ...

it's only 9 am

it's a lot cleaner than it was before

April 27, 2008

and zoe is hanging out in probably on of the coolest spots in the place. AC thermomemter says it's 82 indoors. almost done cleaning, just have to find proper places for everything on the couch. either that or stash-n-dash it

How Asian Are you?

April 26, 2008

You think you�re Asian, but your not quite there. You are a Pacific Islander (or at least at heart). You are heavily influenced by Asian culture and you look slightly more Asian than anything else. But you are too dark skinned to be Asians. You see, true Asians are racist and look down on dark skin. You are not only stepped on by fellow Asians, but also the white man. Of all the Asian countries, you were the most taken over and beat down by western white men through out history. As a result, you have lost many of your Asian values. Like taking your shoes off before going inside your house. You have also most likely lost most of your God given skills and talents, such as using chopsticks. Not only are you not fully Asian, you are not fully westernized either. Filipino people for example use a fork and spoon. Not even a knife! This is most likely why pacific islanders identify better with black or latino people than they do with other asians and even white people.

How true

April 23, 2008

Another Win

April 21, 2008

have you noticed that I only post my wins and not my losses? hehehehehe


This was one of the closest games I have ever played. But the stakes were pretty high.

First Haircut EVER!

April 20, 2008


Joy and Ro. Ro rocks when it comes to cutting curly hair and Joy behaved BEAUTIFULLY for her.


Joy's been asking for a haircut for almost a year now. being my baby and having such gorgeous, curly, soft hair I wasn't too keen on it. But, I know what it's like to be tender-headed and have tangles that take FOREVA to get out, so I thought shoulder-length would be OK.



My hyperactive child sat perfectly still while she got her hair done.


The finished product!!!  Joy has a natural side part and one side is fluffier (thicker/fuller) than the other already, but Joy liked it. Later in the day we bought some hair things, so now she can wear a ponytail that she does herself, and headbands. She was so happy to be able to brush all the way through her hair with no tangles.


Yup, that's all hers. Not quite as much as when Josh gets a haircut, but her hair isn't that thick yet.

First Haircut EVER!


Joy and Ro. Ro rocks when it comes to cutting curly hair and Joy behaved BEAUTIFULLY for her.


Joy's been asking for a haircut for almost a year now. being my baby and having such gorgeous, curly, soft hair I wasn't too keen on it. But, I know what it's like to be tender-headed and have tangles that take FOREVA to get out, so I thought shoulder-length would be OK.



My hyperactive child sat perfectly still while she got her hair done.


The finished product!!!  Joy has a natural side part and one side is fluffier (thicker/fuller) than the other already, but Joy liked it. Later in the day we bought some hair things, so now she can wear a ponytail that she does herself, and headbands. She was so happy to be able to brush all the way through her hair with no tangles.


Yup, that's all hers. Not quite as much as when Josh gets a haircut, but her hair isn't that thick yet.

FW: how to start a fight

There I was on my way to work ... Getting into a fight was the farthest thing from my mind ... Wasn't even on the horizon ... I was in a great mood ...
And then - I rear-ended the car in front of me.
So there we are alongside the road and slowly the driver gets out of the car ... (and you know how you just get SOOO stressed that stuff seems to get funny)?
Yeah, well, I could NOT believe it ... He was a DWARF!
He storms over to my car, looks up at me and says, 'I AM NOT HAPPY!'
So, I look down at him and say, 'Well, then which one are you?'
. . . And that's when the fight started . .

photo friday cold

April 18, 2008

A nice frosty, cold caramel mocha frapp. I took the picture on the spur of the moment when I saw today's PF topic.

WOW, how time flies

April 17, 2008
I was just cleaning out my inbox and clicked on "oldest". I still had my first Gmail email ... dated Sat, Apr 24, 2004 at 11:23 PM.

I've had gmail for 4 years. It doesn't seem that long. 4 years ago they only offered 1GB of storage, and even though I have over 5000 pieces of mail in "All Mail" I am still no where near that 1GB mark, which is now up to
6633 MB. Whatever shall I do with all that space?

Annette Sargent

"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." -Robert A. Heinlein

Noah 2008

Subject: Fw: Noah 2008--very clever

Noah in 2008

In the year 2008, the Lord came unto Noah, who was now living in the
United States, and said, "Once again, the earth has become wicked and
over-populated, and I see the end of all flesh before me.

Build another Ark and save 2 of every living thing along with a few good

He gave Noah the blueprints, saying, "You have 6 months to build the Ark
before I will start the unending rain for 40 days and 40 nights."

Six months later, the Lord looked down and saw Noah weeping in his yard
- but no Ark.

"Noah!" He roared, "I'm about to start the rain! Where is the Ark?"

"Forgive me, Lord," begged Noah, "but things have changed. I needed a
building permit. I've been arguing with the inspector about the need for
a sprinkler system. My neighbors claim that I've violated the
neighborhood zoning laws by building the Ark in my yard and exceeding
the height limitations. We had to go to the Development Appeal Board for
a decision.

Then the Department of Transportation demanded a bond be posted for the
future costs of moving power lines and other overhead obstructions, to
clear the passage for the Ark's move to the sea. I told them that the
sea would be coming to us, but they would hear nothing of it.

Getting the wood was another problem. There's a ban on cutting local
trees in order to save the spotted owl. I tried to convince the
environmentalists that I needed the wood to save the owls - but no go!

When I started gathering the animals, an animal rights group sued me.

They insisted that I was confining wild animals against their will. They
argued the accommodations were too restrictive, and it was cruel and
inhumane to put so many animals in a confined space.

Then the EPA ruled that I couldn't build the Ark until they'd conducted
an environmental impact study on your proposed flood.

I'm still trying to resolve a complaint with the Human Rights Commission
on how many minorities I'm supposed to hire for my building crew.

Immigration and Naturalization are checking the green-card status of
most of the people who want to work.

The trades unions say I can't use my sons. They insist I have to hire
only Union workers with Ark-building experience.

To make matters worse, the IRS seized all my assets, claiming I'm trying
to leave the country illegally with endangered species.

So, forgive me, Lord, but it would take at least 10 years for me to
finish this Ark."

Suddenly the skies cleared, the sun began to shine, and a rainbow
stretched across the sky. Noah looked up in wonder and asked, "You mean
you're not going to destroy the world?"

"No," said the Lord. "The government beat me to it."

Annette Sargent

"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." -Robert A. Heinlein

The Casting

April 16, 2008

Josh is so funny, he got the splint off and washed his arm, trying to get the stink off. He dried it before the nurse put on the first layer of the cast, but it might have been a little wet because as soon as we left the doctor, he was like "I have an itch, right in the middle"

We got some Boba and food at a Chinese restaurant and on the way home and he snagged some extra chopsticks.

New use for single chopsticks, they are the perfect size for sliding into a cast and getting at that itch. And yes, he picked green.

Jumped on the bandwagon

April 15, 2008

Josh update

April 13, 2008
Cheesentoast (aka Sara T.) asked if Josh was OK. My response:

He's got his appetite back. Does that count as better? Currently he has forgotten the pain in his arm as he rummages through the groceries I just bought.

He broke his left arm just above the wrist trying to catch air off a bowl (his words, not mine. Skateboardese is a whole new language to me).

Who wants to see the x-ray?

April 12, 2008
Josh broke his arm

Annette Sargent

"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." -Robert A. Heinlein

My cousin says men can multi-task

April 9, 2008

LAist: Video of the Day: Improv Everywhere Pranks Hermosa Beach Little League Game -- How Cute

April 8, 2008

Remembering James M. Wood

Some interesting Los Angeles history


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via LAist by Mr. Los Angeles on 4/8/08

James M Wood of Los Angeles Biography
Photo via Sha in LA's James M. Wood Blvd. Walk on Flickr

In Los Angeles, there are some important streets named for some important people. Beaudry, Wilcox, Van Nuys, Lankershim, Wilshire, Micheltorena, and hundreds of others named for leaders, developers, owners, and others. But, in Los Angeles, there are streets that have been changed in honor of an individual. Santa Barbara Avenue in South Los Angeles was changed to honor civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1982 and Brooklyn Avenue & Macy Street were changed in 1993 to honor civil rights leader Cesar Chavez. Tom Bradley had a section of First Street named concurrently in his honor in 2001. These are the most recent street name changes of major lengths. (Yes, Chick Hearn Court was also changed from Eleventh Street, and Johnnie Cochran Vista was named just last year from Seventeenth Street; but neither are of major street length). There is one other street, though, that needs mention here: James M. Wood Boulevard.

Unlike Chavez or King, Wood doesn't benefit from nationwide name recognition. In fact, most people confuse this street with the actor of the same name (though different middle initial). Just this February, local blogger Shannon from Sha in LA walked James M. Wood, but she wasn't able to find out much about the man in advance of her adventure for whom the former Ninth Street was named in 1999.

So, who was this man and why does he share a distinction of having a major length of street changed in his name with Cesar Chavez and Martin Luther King? How does this man have a more prominent length of street named for him even than the great Mayor Bradley?

Basic searches of "James M. Wood" reveal short blurbs about a union leader, but there had to be more to warrant such a name change. The text of the 1997 motion requesting the name change was simple: "James M. Wood was a labor leader who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of working men and women in the City and in the region. He continued with stubborn resolve to work toward that goal until his untimely death. It is appropriate that the City recognize his efforts by renaming a portion of 9th Street from Figueroa to Western Avenue, as James M. Wood Boulevard." What work was done by this man for our City to deserve this honor?

Sue Laris, Publisher of the Los Angeles Downtown News, wrote in favor of the Ninth Street name change in 1999:

"He deserves it, and the name Wood Blvd. would serve as an omnipresent reminder of community dedication, commitment to ideals, vision, willingness to overcome obstacles, the symbiotic relationship that ought to exist between business and labor, bridges that can be built between forces that think they are at odds and any manner of other good qualities we want ourselves and our children to be reminded of on a regular basis."

With all these accolades and extolling of virtues, this man must have been something special for Los Angeles. Who would know why?

With a little more research to LA Times archives, we found that he was on the board and Chair of the Community Redevelopment Agency from in the 1970s and 1980s for 14 years and ushered in the new Downtown. He was the 3rd member of a 3-member panel on the Los Angeles State Building Authority that actually got the State Building built in downtown after years of stalls. He was an advocate for the renters of downtown, fighting the first wave of condo conversions in the late 1970s. He fought to make sure that new housing built in downtown was affordable. He also was able to negotiate good wages as bunker hill developed for the workers in the new skyline of Los Angeles. Moreover, he created the SRO Housing Corporation to address housing needs for the poorest in the City as the City began to redevelop Bunker Hill (from slums to today's corporate castles). But, honestly, who was Jim Wood? And was this street name change an appropriate one?

To find out, we went to the closest thing to the source there is: Mrs. James M. Wood, his wife Janice Wood. What she revealed about the man she married and their relationship illuminates the man he truly was.

Janice met Jim met through their union (Communications Workers of America). "It was far from love at first sight," she said about their first meeting a party for a mutual friend. "But our mutual friend, my union rep, kept insisting we should get together and we finally gave in to the pressure and went on a date. It was probably the most interesting date I had ever been on." They dated for years and were finally married in 1978. "A mutual friend once commented on how lucky I was because in marrying Jim, I got the prince and the cowboy. And I did."

Once called the "king of the one-liners," Jim had one of the world's greatest senses of humor, according to Janice. "He was a joyful person and really fun to be around. He was very kind, good natured, [and] easy to get along with. He was generous and honorable and smart and very handsome." She indicated that he shared in the household chores and learned how to fix almost anything around the house. "He was extremely tidy. I am not. He once accused me of being like "Carrie" from the movie," she recalled. "'Every time you come into a room, all the drawers fly open and objects move all over the place.'"

Wood was known for wearing cowboy boots to the point that the Times in 1986 described Wood as one who "favors cowboy boots and gung-ho, build-or-bust rhetoric" in a profile of the community leader. So what about that cowboy boot reputation? "Although he wore cowboy boots everyday, he only had 2 pairs, and neither of them were fancied up with snakeskin or lizard. He had one brown pair, and one black pair that when polished to a gleam were worn with his tuxedo."

Though he averaged 11 to 12 hour work days and spent most meals meeting with someone regarding business, Wood liked to read science fiction novels, watch animated films, and roller skate at the beach. Because of a bad back, he began taking yoga classes that eventually led him to teach yoga to people with physical limitations. Janice says that though he didn't have to do for fun, "he made everything he did fun."

Over the years, Wood turned down better paying -- some might say more prestigious - - jobs because he wanted to do the work of the Federation of Labor more than anything else. For 30 years, he worked in various political programs (like Associate Director for Political Education), and he truly earned the job of becoming head of the LA County Federation of Labor. It was his endless fascination with politics that brought him into the Labor Movement, according to his wife, from his college days. "There is no doubt that his true passion was politics." After his death, Mayor Bradley noted that, "Jim had a mission to help people, but he understood that everything we wanted to do was going to require a partnership of business, labor and community leaders." Clearly, Jim Wood understood what politics meant to serving the community.

As the woman who stood by the man credited by many as the reason we established a real downtown for Los Angeles, Janice indicated that it was Jim's "unique ability to "forge agreements between developers, public officials and labor unions. It was those agreements that made the building of our current downtown possible. Without Jim's leadership and constant efforts, some believe we could not have reached the level of revitalization we see in downtown today." But Wood went farther than just redevelopment. He was concerned about the people. "He got developers to make agreements with the union that represented janitors so that buildings created with public funds or specially granted privileges would create decent jobs for the lowest paid workers." SRO Housing, which Wood founded, began buying skid row buildings that needed seismic and other improvements to be upgraded to clean, safe, affordable housing for people displaced by downtown development. Those buildings are now a major source of affordable housing for the those most in need in our City. "Jim strongly opposed the idea of letting development simply run people off and insisted it was the City's duty to create somewhere for them to go," Janice recalled. "As enormous as the problems on Skid Row are today, I believe they would be much worse if not for Jim's intervention." To honor his efforts, SRO Housing built a community center at 5th and San Julian, the James M. Wood Center.

It wasn't uncommon for Mrs. Wood to come home to find someone sleeping on a sleeping bag on their living room floor because they needed a place to stay, and he'd often use his own money to help someone who was down on their luck. "He helped pretty much anyone who asked him for help, if he could. And he helped people not because he had to or even because he should, but just because he could," she said. "He helped people find jobs and housing, and he had a kind ear for someone who needed to tell their troubles to a caring listener."

Upon his death, now County Fed leader and then head of Local 11 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union Maria Elena Durazo said, "He was always willing to use his political and corporate relationships for our benefit." Very few leaders have both connections the way that James M. Wood did.

His widow illuminated that note even further:

"Angelenos should know that everyone can do some of what Jim did. Jim came from a very poor family. He was raised by a single mother and began working while he was still in high school, but he always wanted to do something about the state of the world." Janice relayed. "And he never threw up his hands and declared that any problem was too big or too difficult, he just worked away at it, whatever it was. Jim knew that he couldn't fix everything, but he could do something -- so he did."

Now, renaming a street is no easy feat. Trying to change the name of Crenshaw Boulevard to Tom Bradley Boulevard just a few years ago saw outgoing Councilman Nate Holden battle hard against his peers and community; and he was unsuccessful. Even the naming of MLK Boulevard in 1982 was not without controversy for then Councilman Farrell. So, when Hernandez said at a one year memorial for Jim Wood that Wood had done so much for the City that "We should name a street after him," things got rolling.

Some of Wood's friends vowed not to forget the idea of a street name, and a motion to that end was introduced in 1997. Though the process took many months, it moved steadily through the system namely the main hearing before Public Works Committee of the City Council, chaired by Rita Walters. According to Janice, one of Jim's best friends (Bill Luddy) said during the hearing that, "If you don't believe that one person can make a difference, you didn't know Jim Wood." Many spoke in favor of the name change, including Walters and other officeholders.

This process, though controversial as to the length of Ninth Street which should be renamed, was well-supported. Only one person spoke in opposition: a man concerned only concern was the inconvenience of owning property on a street that was renamed. The full council passed the motion and it became thus: James M. Wood Boulevard. With just one hiccup. Janice relayed that "after the City made the decision for the renaming, CalTrans balked because that would cause a new sign to have to be erected on the 110 Freeway downtown. Senator Gil Cedillo stepped in and solved that problem almost immediately."

When asked why she thought the street name was changed in her husband's honor, Janice replied:

"I think people cared about Jim because he so obviously cared about them. He worried about what would happen to skid row residents, he understood that concerns of political leaders who always had the next election facing them, and he listened fairly to the concerns of developers about trying to do business with the City. People just plain liked him; they like him a lot. And, I believe his accomplishments, including a downtown skyline, were too visible to be ignored. That's why the street renaming happened."

So, clearly, this man was deserving of this street name. Let's just hope that Angelenos don't forget why such an honor was bestowed upon this man who transformed the City and the dream that he made a reality in the City's core. His wife Janice sums it up best: "Jim believed in doing what he could to make the world around him better. He had few advantages but used everything he had to make our City a better place. It doesn't take a millionaire or a genius to change a City. It just takes someone who wants to and is willing to spend his or her life doing it."

[emphasis added]


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felix chevrolet

April 4, 2008

Posted by ShoZu

I spent a lot of time near this landmark in L.A. as a kid, mostly at USC and Exposition Park. I wish I could have snapped a shot of the airplane outside the aerospace museum.

YouTube - Carrie Underwood and Rascal Flatts god bless the broken road

April 3, 2008

It's been a Rascall Flatts kind of afternoon. Went looking to tweet God Bless the Broken Road and came across this duet of Carrie and RF. Simply awesome.

--City girl who likes country music...

501st Legion


They have a podcast. We saw them at OMSI when the Star Wars exhibit was there.

Joy was actually a little afraid of the Jawas (twin boys I found out later)

and was quite fond of Darth.

i expected more food

Posted by ShoZu

It was a Healthy Choice new steamer meal. Beef in whiskey sauce. Tasty, but I would have liked a little more. That is indeed the amount in the bowl before I took my first bite.

For all you Star Wars fans

April 2, 2008
Still waiting for work, contemplating lunch.

A Different Point of View by TD-0013
Science Fiction

EXPLICIT: Adult oriented themes, language and situations

Recently re-mastered with all around better quality sound and production!!

Originally aired as a segment for Michael and Evo's Wingin' It! podcast, A Different Point of View is a series of essays about the Star Wars Universe as seen through the eyes of lowly sandtrooper, TD-0013. It takes everything you thought you knew about the Star Wars saga and flips it around to expose the ugly underbelly of the Rebellion, The Jedi, and everything else.

A Different Point of View has rapidly become one of the most popular segments on Wingin' It!, and if you've missed any, now is your chance to catch up on them and find out why TD-0013 is everyone's favorite Stormtrooper. You also might just end up being one of the many who've discovered that the Empire were the "good guys" all along.

For the past six films in the saga, you've heard the Rebels' side of the story, now it's time for A Different Point of View.

Warning: These segments are rated PG-13 for the use of "Soldier Language" and dealing with some subjects a bit too much for younger fans of the saga.

Infected by Scott Sigler

And here's the info on the book.


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via Podiobooker by Evo on 3/1/08

Are you ready for some more gore? I did a little arm-twisting on Scott Sigler and managed to convince him to give Podiobooks.com the exclusive release of Infected, his re-worked and re-edited serialized free audiobook. Well… exclusive for three days. Then it’s also available on his site.

Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families.

Working under the government’s shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all have one thing in common - they’ve been contaminated by a bioengineered parasite, shaped by a complexity far beyond the limits of known science.

Meanwhile Perry Dawsey - a hulking former football star now resigned to life as a cubicle-bound desk jockey - awakens one morning to find several mysterious welts growing on his body. Soon Perry finds himself acting and thinking strangely, hearing voices . . . he is infected.

The fate of the human race may well depend on the bloody war Perry must wage with his own body, because the parasites want something from him, something that goes beyond mere murder.

This book is a Very Big Deal to not only Scott and Podiobooks.com, but all of the authors who have chosen to give away a serialized audiobook version of their work in the hopes of forwarding their career. The hardcover of Infected hits the bookstores on April 1st. If you are a bookstore-browser, mark the date on your calendar to pickup a copy or twelve. If you are an online book buyer, buy through this link right now to show Crown Publishing (and the rest of the publishing industry) what sort of sales Podiobooks.com and efforts like these can drive.


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Video boosts the podiobook star

Cuz I'm addicted to podiobooks and Tee Morris was tweeting about Infected all day yesterday

Disclaimer: I have not listened to the book, so I can't verify how good it is or how much mature content there might be. (Infected on Podiobooks)

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via Podiobooker by Evo on 3/6/08

I’m not going to say much more than watch this video from Scott Sigler:

And then I’m going to throw out one more link so you can buy it (so we get a kickback) or subscribe to the serialized free audiobook.

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April Fool's

April 1, 2008
An invitation.
Earth has issues, and it's time humanity got started on a Plan B. So, starting in 2014, Virgin founder Richard Branson and Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin will be leading hundreds of users on one of the grandest adventures in human history: Project Virgle, the first permanent human colony on Mars.
The question is, do you want to join us?

Ever yearned to journey to the stars? You can learn how to become a Virgle Pioneer, test your Pioneering potential, or join the Mission Control community that will help develop the 100 Year Plan we've outlined here.
Take the test and see if you have what it takes

Oh WOW!!!!!! I want one!

Uploads photos automatically from Eye-Fi Card inside your camera. Built-in Wi-Fi connects to your home network

You Shoot Photos, Eye-Fi Does the Work
Uploading your photos to your computer and getting them where you want to share and print them is often a complicated and tedious task but Eye-Fi will do all the work for you, giving you more time to take more pictures and create more memories.

Upload to Computer
Uploading photos to your computer requires that your computer be turned on and running the Eye-Fi Manager software. When it detects the Eye-Fi Card on the network, photos will be uploaded into the folder on your computer that you choose. You don't have to bother with cables or camera software; everything is automatic.

Upload to Web
Eye-Fi also supports photo sharing and printing websites including Kodak Gallery, Snapfish, Shutterfly, Wal-Mart, Photobucket, Facebook, Webshots, Picasa Web Albums, SmugMug, Flickr, Fotki, TypePad, VOX, dotPhoto, Phanfare, Sharpcast and Gallery. It will automatically take care of log-ins and passwords, and it will even resize your photos if necessary for your chosen site.

Upload to Computer and Web
If you choose to have your photos delivered to both your computer and online, the Eye-Fi Card first uploads your pictures to the Eye-Fi Service, which then sends a copy to the website and one to your computer. In this mode, the Eye-Fi Service will hold onto your photos and deliver them to your computer the next time you turn it on. The photo that is sent to the website might be resized, but the one sent to your computer will retain its full resolution.

The included Eye-Fi Manager makes it easy to change preferences, letting you add wireless networks, change destinations, and adjust other settings.

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