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    Microsofts first App.....Seadragon
    OK, I DL'ed this and can someone tell me the purpose of this app? To see other peoples random pictures? I can't even figure out how to put my own pics on here......Microsoft Fails!

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    You have to create an account and upload your pictures via the website. You can then add your username to the iPhone app and browse the photos you uploaded

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    Nice smear article: make it sound as though MS is consciously trying to distribute porn, then explain in the article that it's an open service for anyone to add content, and that it's monitored so inappropriate content is taken away. Of course, half of people don't read the article, just the title, maybe a line or two.

    What's even funnier is that the linked article's title is more or less criticizing Mac fans for jumping on and exploiting any piece of negative press about MS they can find.
    "Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleurya View Post
    Nice smear article: make it sound as though MS is consciously trying to distribute porn, then explain in the article that it's an open service for anyone to add content, and that it's monitored so inappropriate content is taken away. Of course, half of people don't read the article, just the title, maybe a line or two.

    What's even funnier is that the linked article's title is more or less criticizing Mac fans for jumping on and exploiting any piece of negative press about MS they can find.
    Regardless, it's still a sneaky and free way to distribute porn. Just gotta be faster than MS is.

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    Tut Tut Tut
    Microsoft have made some what of a decent app but the thing of getting your own pics onto seadragon is typical long assed of microsoft ..... try again!!

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