I use one of two services, either DropShots, http://www.dropshots.com/.
or Snapfish, http://www.snapfish.com.
Angie Dickinson Mickle wrote:
> I've been using Shutterfly (http://www.shutterfly.com)for photo sharing.
> I don't remember if there is a way to rearrange after uploading, though.
> Still, it is a nice service. I'm sure there are others like it out
> Angie Dickinson Mickle
> Avocado Productions
> Arvada, CO
> Steve Ramm wrote:
>> Well, I tried to capture as much as I could with my new digital camera
>> and I think I did a pretty good job. I'm still playing with the best
>> way to share. Yahoo doesn't let you bulk upload. AOL did a nice job
>> of that and adding captions but not easy to rearrange. Can anyone
>> recommend a good photo hosting/sharing service which has bulk upload
>> and rearrangement features?
>> I should have the slide show ready soon.
>> Also, I don't think anyone posted the other news which is that this
>> year ARSC is offering MOST of the papers presented (only a few which
>> had "audio rights" issues) on CD-ROM - some with the POwerpoints. In
>> past years you could buy one paper for $10. This year you can get the
>> WHOLE conference for $35.00ppd. It will probably be multi-disc.
>> Patrick Feaster will be the compiler and it should be great way to
>> compensate for those who couldn't make it.
>> More later.
>> And, as Always, Cary's report was GREAT!
>> Steve Ramm
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