Sometimes strange, sometimes wonderful, always interesting keywords that people use to find Cutcaster.com!
Search Term of the Moment: “Native American” and “Person”
And today’s purely puzzing search term, with rather delightful results: You
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David Riecks over at Controlled Vocabulary, sent out an email talking about a “MetaEditor,” or an application to “edit IPTC metadata info on your iPad.” Not a good thought.
He notes, that the details of the application’s review from Cyril Godefroy’s blog are a bit sketchy, because it’s not clear whether this is IPTC only, or XMP.
Can anyone with and iPad check this out or verify it so we can check? We’d love to help get to the bottom of this.