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anyoldmouse

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About anyoldmouse

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    USA
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    Home Inspector
  1. This isn't necessarily for home inspectors, but since I downloaded it, it has helped me a lot. I have a 10 megapixel camera and even on the lowest resolution setting, the files are huge. That means that when I try to import it into my software, that it takes a long time. When my software periodically saves the work in progress, my computer slows to a crawl or freezes. When I try to upload it into an email and send it to a client, I sometimes wonder if I could have sent a hard copy via Pony Express. Picture Girdle shrinks the file size of all of my pictures. I don't have a clue how this even works because I can't tell the difference between the original and the "girdled" one. For example, most of the pictures I take use up between 3-5 MB each. After Picture Girdle converts it, the files are between 0-4 kb. I don't know how it gets a file down to 0 kb, but it does. When I create a brand new text document using Notepad, it takes up 1 kb. There's some kind of magical thing going on here. Anyway, I recommend this nice freebie. You can download the ZIP file at www.picturegirdle.com
  2. I know that licensing infringes upon your freedom to conduct business the way you see fit, but that's exactly the point. How many candidates couldn't pass a state exam? In non-regulated states, these folks could still be working as home inspectors and the consumer wouldn't have any idea what their level of expertise was.
  3. It looks cool, but I'm not ready to pay $10/month forever just to have directions.
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