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Parting Shots as we leave New England for this season

18 Oct

As of this writing, the Maasdam is off to Florida for our winter season in the Caribbean. I wanted to leave you with some outstanding pictures taken by our guests during our transition voyage from Montreal to Ft Lauderdale. My Thanks to “PUG” for these great shots.

Next time I will share a new feature of Windows Live Photo Gallery with you. Its called Photo Fuse, and I think that you will be impressed.

Frank Barcelona, Techspert for the Holland America Digital Workshop, powered by Microsoft Windows, aboard the MS Maasdam

 

Heading Towards The Caribbean

9 Oct

Hello from the Maasdam. Today we begin our transition voyage to the warm blue waters of the Caribbean. As we visit Montreal for the last time this season, I have some great news! The new version of Windows Live Essentials has officially been released. You can download it by clicking on this address; http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features/windows-live-essentials (note that this version is for Windows 7).

One Picture to leave you with. It pretty much says it all –fall in the Maritime Provinces…

Until next time:

Frank Barcelona Techspert for the Holland America Digital Workshop powered by Microsoft aboard the MS Maasdam.

 

Heading North One Last Time This Season

29 Sep

Hello from the Maasdam. We are preparing for our last voyage to Montreal for this season. Next we will transition to the warm blue waters of the Caribbean. The leaves are turning in New England and the Maritime Provence’s of Canada, providing our guests with stunning views as we sail north. Here are some pictures for you to savor.

Until Next Time;

Frank Barcelona Techspert for Holland America Digital Workshop powered by Microsoft aboard the MS Maasdam

 

New Features in Windows Live Photo Gallery

19 Sep

Greetings from the Maasdam. As a I write this blog we are in beautiful Bar Harbor Maine. Soon our free photo gallery software will be updated and many new features will be added. One is particularly interesting. Its called “GeoTaging”, and the age old argument as to where the picture was taken will be ended. Take a look below at the picture and at its geotag.

There are many more useful features headed towards you in the near future.

Frank Barcelona, Techspert for the Holland America Digital Workshop Powered by Microsoft.