The following is a client of HWH PR. We issued this press release today. I have several backups to give away. Let me know if you’re interested.
Secure Backup for your Social Media Accounts
Copy and protect every one of your photos, videos and social media posts
Orange Park, FL – Hyperlync Technologies, a global leader in digital content security solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of YourCopy™ – an innovative, web-based platform for users to securely back up all content they keep in their personal social network accounts.
Revelations of compromised data security on popular social media services have left consumers scrambling to find a solution for archiving and accessing years’ worth of content currently in their accounts. YourCopy™ provides an innovative solution by empowering users to make a secure copy of all their account photos, videos, posts and profile info.
The YourCopy™ service is completely secure and web-based, backing up social media content server-to-server. Fully supported on any desktop or mobile web browser, YourCopy™ ensures that you can create and access a secure copy of your personal content from literally anywhere, at any time.
With a YourCopy™ account, you create independent, secure online storage for your personal content that only you can control. The social media content that you back up to YourCopy™ is always accessible to you for viewing, searching and downloading, even if the source social network account is ever compromised or deleted. And YourCopy™ never makes any modifications to the existing, source social network account.
In addition to backing up your social media content, YourCopy™ enables you to conveniently view and access everything online with views for every backed-up account and content type. Finding a specific picture or post is easy with facial recognition & text search. Specific media can be added to “Collections” for quick access from within the YourCopy™ account. All personal content stored in YourCopy™ can be viewed, played, downloaded, exported and shared from a single location.
YourCopy™ is the solution that finally gives you full control of all your personal digital content kept in your social media accounts.
YourCopy™ will launch with support for Facebook and will add support for additional social media services soon.
YourCopy™ provides a full backup of your online social media presence for only $0.99 a month or $9.99 a year, including a 30-day free trial.
Hyperlync Technologies is a global leader in digital content security. Founded by a team of seasoned industry veterans, Hyperlync specializes in building technology for accessing, managing, copying, consuming and protecting consumer digital content from any device or online source. There are well over 10 million copies of Hyperlync’s products currently in use by consumers worldwide. For more information please visit www.hyperlync.com
Saturdays have a new meaning for me. I look forward to listening to “The Literary Life” podcast, hosted by Mitchell Kaplan, owner of Books & Books, a chain of bookstores in and around the Miami area.
The greatest plus for me is that each podcast provides information about every aspect of the book industry. From running a bookstore, to getting your book published, The Literary Life takes you behind the scenes of how it all gets done.
I love listening to Mitchell, a well-known figure in the literary field, because his interviews with authors and publishers, reveal so much. I’ve listed his recent interviews below. The most recent one, with publisher Johnny Temple, talks about the book fairs in Miami and Brooklyn. You hear about how they got started, and why they are so successful.
In case you haven’t heard, bookstores are in vogue again. Real estate developers have recently admitted that book stores attract lots of foot traffic to their shopping areas, and readers are anxious to browse the aisles again.
Many of us have always fantasized about being a famous author, or a book store owner. The Literary Life gets you closer to your dream.
Produced by Revolver Podcasts, you can listen each week with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and iHeartMedia.
The October issue of Town & Country had several very interesting articles. I wanted to share them with you because I was so proud that a woman’s publication was still capable of publishing stories that were worth reading. Many of its competitors are losing steam.
I am able to read 50 or more magazine a month because I subscribe to the Texture app for $20 a month. I don’t miss a beat keeping up with the editorials. I hope my method for sharing stories works. I take a picture of each magazine page on my iPad, and then save it to my camera roll. I then post the magazine photos in my camera roll to my blog. Let me know if you can read the Ralph Lauren story. You should be able to enlarge it on the device of your choice.
Thanks to the Internet, more and more people are now familiar with Fendi’s new Fall sweater line. It all started so innocently. The luxury fashion house posted a new shawl on its website that retails for nearly $1,000.
Twitter users went wild. Thousands of posts on Twitter and Fendi’s website declared that the sweater looked like a vagina. I’m sure that took the Italian designer by surprise. It shouldn’t have. One look at the sweater and your mind goes right below the waist.
Fendi described the sweater as a “signature shawl in a soft blend of… silk and wool. The jacquard work recreates the iconic tone-on-tone FF logo. Embellished with a fox fur corner.”
The pink version of the shawl is the talk of the Internet. The other colors, red and blue, didn’t cause such a stir. The pink version is no longer available on Fendi’s website.
Samsung is planning to launch a foldable smartphone in the next couple of months. There are all kinds of rumors about it, but a reliable Samsung source told me it will be marketed under the Galaxy Note label. Everyone in the tech industry knows that Samsung has been experimenting with bendable OLED displays. We can’t wait to see the final product.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin used to work here. In fact, this is the Santa Clara, California, garage where they started their business. They started out calling their company BackRub. Then Larry and Sergey realized that the BackRub name was not ideal for a search engine. After long discussions, they picked Google.
An explanation on the Internet claims. “It was play on the word “googol,” a mathematical term for the number represented by the numeral 1 followed by 100 zeros. The use of the term reflects their mission to organize a seemingly infinite amount of information on the web.”
We can all agree Larry and Sergey did great work in that garage. We can’t live without our Google.
No one really believes me when I tell them how many hours per week Eliot and I watch TV. To the outside world, it seems like we are out every night going to restaurants, plays, art exhibits, the movies and parties. It’s true that we go out a lot, but there are times when we stay home, days at a time, and binge on Amazon or Netflix programs.
We readily admit that the nights we binge on our favorite programs, are sometimes more fun than going out. The time we spend in front of the TV increases every month. We are tired after a whole day of working, or doing chores, and all we want to do is “do nothing.” There are times when Eliot decides to work on his photographs, and I write DigiDame, while watching TV. Nevertheless, we are still watching a few hours of TV at night.
I’m not sure if the following article in the Fast Company is talking directly to us, or to the person who never goes out. I don’t think it matters. It’s something to think about.
You tell me what you think.
“How to stop wasting your life watching TV and do something worthwhile with your downtime.”