Paul has his 50th high school reunion this week and he knows that everyone will have cell phones, taking pictures and uploading to social media. Paul wants to know how to get the images all together. Leo suggests using hashtags. If he places the hashtag all around the reunion and announces to everyone to hashtag every post, then everyone will be able to search and see them. He can also create a central shared photo album at Google Photos and invite them to the shared album.
Anne created an app called ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM, a camera app for Android that zooms in various pictures automatically. It can be preset or the user can just manually do it. She wants to create a website that users of the app can upload and showcase their images, like Instagram. Can SquareSpace do that? Leo says that's probably outside of SquareSpace. In fact, it's just as complicated, if not more so, than creating the app itself. Having a community is a challenge, much like gardening and weeds. She'll have to moderate it full time.
Jonathan is a music student getting his Masters and he's putting on a chorale recital soon. He would like to create a way for his audience to interact with their smartphones, follow along with the score, and more. He's using QR codes that link to DropBox files of the scores and wants to set up a mobile chatroom. Leo says that the music group Umphrey's McGee is really good at stuff like this. They also do stuff like take requests and sell the concert on USB key afterwards.