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From: philo <philo@privacy.net>
Subject: Selfies
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From: philo <philo@privacy.net>
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Subject: Selfies
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2017 12:55:03 -0600
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I just noticed that if one takes a selfie with a smartphone the image is 
reversed. (Saw one recently with a reversed sign.) I would think it 
would be trivial for smartphone cameras to automatically set things right.