If you have a smartphone, taking pictures is so easy that you might end up with a huge photo collection without even knowing it. So, we want to know, how big is your photo library?
Photo by Olaf Gradin.
In a recent New Yorker article, author Thomas Beller laments that he might be missing a lot of experiences because he's busy taking pictures all the time. It was a conversation with Apple tech support that pointed it out:
While on the phone with Apple tech support recently, I was told, "You are not a normal iPhoto user." "I'm not?" I said. "No, you have many more photographs than the average user."
So, we want to know, how big is your photo library? Has it grown since you've had a smartphone?
Saying Goodbye to Now [New Yorker]