With a certain little movie called “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” hitting theaters this week, I’ve been doing a bit of “Star Wars”-related news coverage.
First, I wrote about local “costumers” who show up at charity and publicity events dressed as “Star Wars” characters.
I made a couple of dynamite discoveries while I was there.
First, Allison’s mother, Harmony, is now her co-host. Cool! Second, Harmony is the radio program’s tech guru of sorts with a regular segment on the latest in the tech world. Even cooler!
Instagram photos are online constructs that, usually, aren’t meant to be printed out.
Sometimes, though, you want to frame such square pictures, or to bestow prints upon others. A host of print-to-order services have cropped up for such occasions.
Most such services leave me underwhelmed, at least based on a scrutiny of their sites, but there’s one exception. It’s a service so compelling I felt duty-bound to use it post-haste.
It’s called Social Print Studio (formerly Printstagram).