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  • Boojferd
    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    August 06, 2012

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    Bob Herring

    This is what I found on Apple's Support page: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4486

    You can delete photos from your Photo Stream the same way you delete other photos from your device. Just select the photo you want to remove and tap or click Delete. When you delete a photo from Photo Stream on one device, iCloud will automatically delete it from the Photo Stream album or view on your other devices.

    My personal observation is that at the rate you take pictures reaching the limit on any storage site (cloud based or otherwise) will quickly be reached. The basic limits of these storage sites is not all that large especially for those who make great use of them. Have fun taking pictures and then deciding what to do with them!

    Diane Meyer

    Thanks Bob, good thing I put them all on the computer.

    Pam

    Do you then save them to a CD or some other type of storage device? I had the issue when the computer died and they weren't able to extract the photos. Fortunately the ones I lost were not critical.

    Diane Meyer

    Pam, I have an external hard drive which just plugs into a usb port on the computer. I copy most photos and some other things I don't want to lose into that. If one or the other crashes, I still have the other.

    Brad

    I use the cloud and an airport drive. Have some photos and docs on a couple of external drives, but love the automatic setup features of the airport. Between Pam and me we have 2 iPhones, 2 iPads, 2MacBook Pros and the iMac I'm on now. The airport backs up changes to all of the files in a very clean and automatic way.

    It is also a better wifi router than the one from ATT

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