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You decide exactly when your photos will be visible, to whom, and for how long."I used Photofeeler to test portraits for my website, FB, Twitter and Linked In.“It’s easy, breezy, fun, and frictionless for them.” Hear that, you #meh #manchild with a #wanderingeye and #sketchycalllog?
It sadly could not detect a face in any of the photos of myself that I uploaded - either I am too beautiful for the application to cope, or it can't detect a face in pictures where the user is in a group or not facing the camera head-on.
Survivors: her daughters, Ann, '78, and Jenny Krumboltz Somerville, '83.1930s Emma Jane Snyder Mc Henry, '32, MA '33 (political science), of Santa Cruz, Calif., December 20, at 101.
Survivors: her children, Kaye Bonner Cummings, '62, Susan Bonner Martin, '70, and Chas, '64; eight grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his first wife, Muriel Mc Clure, and son David.