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||MattHewitt||First Ring Daily||Podcasts||2 weeks ago||
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||MattHewitt||First Ring Daily||Podcasts||9 months ago||
Figured I would start the thread with some lighter questions.
1) What kind of Halloween candy did you guys pass out yesterday to trick-or-treaters?
2) How did Brad and Paul first meet or become aware of each other's work?
How does the whole review unit process go? I've noticed that Brad has had that Surface Studio for a few months now. Is it his? Is it Microsoft's? Would returning it make the Surface Laptop review unit get to you guys sooner?
I don't mean this as a dig, I am just interested in learning more of the insider baseball on the whole review unit aspect of things. What does Microsoft expect out of you as part of this relationship and what expectations do you have from Microsoft?
Keep up the good work.
Is there any simple way to delete all of the photos associated with a Google Photos Account? I don't want to delete my Google Account, and I don't want to go through and click each one individually and delete it either.
I just want to scorch the earth so I can start the process over again. I started using it when it first launched and it became kind of a mess. Looking into making it my photo management solution, but I want a clean slate to work with.
Some people have said that you can use shift to select multiple photos, but I haven't found a way to actually make it so I can click the first photo, hold shift, and click the last photo and have it select them all.
Kind of makes me miss the manual days of local photo management. If they were files on my PC I'd just hit CTRL A and the Del key and be done in three seconds.
Thanks for all you do guys! Keep up the good work.