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The owner and developer of Photorem is Alberto Bulletti. Although Bulletti lived in the United States for a few years, he has continued to manage his company from Italy. Bulletti is a web project manager and senior developer for many other companies internationally, working remotely from Italy. Photorem is a personal project that hand developed by Bulletti, leaving many people wondering why he chose to invent the website. The main reason Bulletti created Photorem was to research and test the capabilities of a LAMP (no license for the development, Linux, Apache, MySql, PHP) structure and of the graphic libraries GD. While working as a senior web developer in the United States for a Computer Company in medicine, he developed the first version of Photorem for medical purposes in an open source website (a non-profit website made with code that is visible by anyone who chooses to look); later he developed the second version of Photorem (still being used for medical purposes) entitled VisualMD. (http://thevisualmd.com/myvisualmd). In the VisualMD version, the system is able to handle hospital files such as MRI, PET, and CT scan; completely from web, without using third party’s software to convert the files. The version "VisualMD" of Photorem took almost two years to develop, and now allows medical professionals to upload, view, and edit hospital files. After the development of VisualMD, Bulletti started on the development of Photorem. He he has continued work on the project since creating the latest version, Making Photorem a place for research purposes, he is able to implement the older version and test the new web technologies coming up every day. Bulletti finished the current version of Photorem in August 2009 posting it online for use in Septembember. Since then, there have been few upgrades to the system as of yet, but he plans on doing so in the near future. The idea behind Photorem is to allow people to share and manage media files online without using external software like Photoshop or other editing software. Bulletti was inspired by Windows Paint because it is easy for most people to understand, going a step further by making it an online program, making it easier to share documents with others. Bulletti openly admits that Photoshop online was the main website he based a model for his website on, but says he used it only as a model and his website is not a copynot a copy. He hand built the website using the code he developed and also has a different set up for video use on his website.

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