We're getting up there!
I bumped into an error with my new experiment file so had to re-download it to a memory stick. I'm headed into the testing room now to get the updated copy on all of the machines.
15-E4 was only set up to take 80 different subject numbers, except this experiment's going to require 80 folks at least -- probably more like 96 - 128. So I went in to the source code and increased the range of allowable subject numbers.
I took that as an opportunity to create a new Github repository for the source code of the experiment. You can get to it by clicking here. Since I do most of my coding on the timeline, things don't work as well as they ought to, but you can still download and explore the software yourself if you're interested.
Meanwhile, just noticed this headline about Amazon offering unlimited photo storage to Prime customers. A few thoughts:
Before long, it won't be the space that's the seller, rather, who can offer the best search, organization, filtering, etc. In my opinion Google's top here for the time being, partly because of the auto-enhance features.
The more places can host your photos for free, the more likely they are to be backed up in more than one location. But that also means that's one more place your photo is floating around for someone to access it against your will. Say you take a photo you didn't mean to and it's automatically beamed to an unlimited number of backup systems. How do you ever make sure you've deleted it! Security's also going to be more important in this area.