A paradigm shift is defined as a fundamental change in approach or underlying assumptions. Standing in line at a supermarket cashier to pay is the way all of us understand and have practiced for years. For me its over 50 years of shopping and standing in line.
My conservative estimate is that I have spent 10 days of my life standing in line to pay. Amazon Go is going to change that paradigm at least for Supermarkets.
What do you think of this new paradigm?
Just about every photo I snap on my smartphone I also edit on Prisma These shots quickly become art photos. Below is my current favorite followed by a short youtube video.
All the information you need while traveling including visa requirements, currency, electricity, communication info and more. This site has a great user interface and accurate updated information. The youtube video is a screenflow demo on how to use the site.
Cuenca is definitely a walking city. Many Cuencanos and Expats don’t have cars and rely on walking to their destinations. The video below was taken 4 years ago and it show some of the scenes that I encounter on my daily promenade. I walk about 1000 miles a year.
Move over Skype there is a new sheriff in town. Google just announced it’s Video Messenger Service. Unlike Facetime Google works with both IOS and Android. Since it is connected to your phone there is no need to have the app on or be near a wifi setting. I briefly experimented with it with two friends and had good results. Let me know about your experience. Easily downloaded for free at the Google Play Store or The Apple App Store.
Prisma runs on both IOS and Android and for the last 4 days I have spent about 30 hours messing with the app. Do not even think of downloading the app if you have an important deadline due. But, if you have some free time and want to be creative then run, don’t walk to Prisma and download the app.
I created a youtube video below to show the transformation from original to the prisma effect. Enjoy.
Part of the joy living in a 460 year old colonial city is the buildings and the time of the day the sun illuminates those buildings. I always have my Nexus 6 Smartphone with me. Below are the same church shot. The first one is unedited and the second I used Snapseed, a photo editing app available for both Android and IOS to remove the power lines.
I then added some more shots to Google Photos to create a short movie. Enjoy.