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So can Google really not hire competent

2020-01-19 17:10:09.319747+00 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

So can Google really not hire competent UX designers, or are there other reasons Google Photos is so inscrutable?

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#Comment Re: So can Google really not hire competent made: 2020-01-19 21:28:03.141431+00 by: mkelley

I started using Amazon Photos instead. It is better but they're all UI by committee.

#Comment Re: So can Google really not hire competent made: 2020-01-20 18:48:49.201268+00 by: Dan Lyke

I guess it's back to Digikam. Which sucks because it's not shared, but also doesn't suck because it's not shared...

#Comment Re: So can Google really not hire competent made: 2020-01-20 22:10:56.94555+00 by: markd

PicasaWeb was really nice (even if one didn't use Picasa). But the Whole G+ ruined it, and it hasn't recovered. I've got a bunch of albums (photos plus even better commentary) I can't find any more :-(

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