Two #artopps Sent To Us By Readers: Art Space Exhibition and Robots for Photos

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First, Mary Campbell sent us her Mail Art Call–

WHAT do you WISH for your community? Less noise? More bicycle paths? Cleaner air? Keep it the way it is? Send us your hopes in art!

Deadline: June 26, 2015.
Size: 12″ x 12″ or 304.8mm x 304.8mm

Send to:
Mary Campbell / Day de Dada
123 Scribner Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
U.S.A.

Only original works of mail art are accepted, no photocopies.
Send us your artwork by regular snail mail only.
Please provide your full name and email.

No jury, no return, no fee, no sale.
All entries will be exhibited, however because of the public nature of the site, any images not appropriate for viewing by all ages will not be displayed.
Entries will be exhibited at the Staten Island Arts Culture Lounge, an art project space in the Staten Island Ferry terminal, July 16, 2015 – September 20, 2015
Nearly 75,000 Staten Island Ferry passengers go through the ferry terminal each day, including local residents, commuting workers, and tourists. The SI Arts Culture Lounge is open six days a week and there will be several special events in conjunction with this exhibit, so your work will be seen by many people!

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New start-up Robots for Photos comes up with a new service for photographers that makes their lives easier by making the sharing of their photos online as simple as possible. How? The service enables uploading, sharing and managing photos on multiple online services at once.
The service is currently in closed beta. There is a long waiting list for invitations which is why we are giving you an exclusive invitation code for you and another 10 invitation codes for your readers. 
The invitation codes for your readers are listed below in the Press Release.
Thank you for your time!
Tomas Hellebrand
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Upload photo once, publish it everywhere: New service for photographers makes sharing photos easier.
Do you like to share your photos on various online services? And what about uploading every single photo over and over again? I bet you’re not crazy about that, and neither is Tomas Hellebrand. Which is why he has come up with Robots for Photos, a new service for photographers that takes care of the boring tasks: uploads photos for you into various photo servers and online galleries (such as Flickr, Facebook, 500px).
With Robots for Photos you upload each photo just once and select where you want to publish it. Currently the 500px, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter are supported and many more services will be added later.
You may publish a photo with the service right away or you can schedule it to be published automatically at specific time. That comes handy as the time you’re at your computer might not be the best time to publish your photos as well.
The service is free but as it is currently in closed beta, you need an invitation code to be able to register to the service. We have 10 exclusive invitation codes for you so grab them quick! Don’t worry if you don’t make it, you can get the code also by subscribing at http://robots.photos.
Here are the codes:
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Apply the codes at http://robots.photosblogphotobanner
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