You might want to try WordPress.
I think they give you 2gb of free storage.
You create a new post, upload an image, give the post a title, maybe a tag,
hit submit and you're done. The whole thing takes less than a minute.
WordPress also lends itself to easier browsing.
On Oct 19, 2015 09:56, "Tom Fine" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Bob:
> I've dealt with those folks before. I offered to send them a hard drive
> full of vintage audio manuals, schematics, literature, etc. They basically
> said thanks but no thanks, apparently they don't have a good automated way
> to port stuff like that onto their online sites. I definitely don't have
> very much time for this, so I was thinking some sort of "broadcast channel"
> like a social media thing would be best. Ideally, I'd spend about 2 minutes
> in some sort of upload interface dragging and dropping a jpg or group of
> jpgs, and then the word would go out over the social media that there was
> an update. People who "follow" would then know there's something new to
> look at or download. This seems more modern than a static website.
> -- Tom Fine
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "bARC" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, October 19, 2015 9:38 AM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] vintage equipment schematics and photos social
> media "stream"
> Hi Tom. Would you be interested in posting on the Internet Archives site
> as a separate 'collection' ? We would love to help with this. Sounds
> great. In this way people from all over the world could add to the data.
> B. George
> Director, ARChive of Contemporary Music, NYC
> Curator, Sound Collections, The Internet Archive, San Francisco
> On Oct 19, 2015, at 8:43 AM, Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I would like to set up a "channel" or "stream" to post JPG scans of old
>> equipment schematics and photos and brochure/manual pages. What is the best
>> app or website to use for this? Ideally, I'd like to just upload stuff and
>> then tell a couple of lists about it and word can spread from there. I
>> don't want to spend any time "curating" things like "friends" lists or
>> requests and I don't want to chat or message with people viewing the
>> "channel," it would just be a resource for those interested in such things
>> to grab up a steady flow of information. Is there such a site or app?
>> Perhaps a regular blog website is better?
>> -- Tom Fine
>> Trying to (slowly) enter the 21st Century