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Old 05-28-2007, 11:08 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Mike View Post
I thought I'd let somebody else do the hard work for a change and, rather than put some more photos on my own website, put the on a ready-made photo website.

I'm looking at flickr.com as that's the one I've heard most about. Is it the best? Are there others I should look at?
Smugmug is another one, which - unlike flickr - provides ways to make money with your photos, too.

And I'm preparing an overview of online storage services (not excluding flickr) - some of which might qualify too, depending on what exactly you want to accomplish.

Sit tight, I thought I'd make that overview today, but doing the hardware upgrades cost rather more time than I had anticipated: I'm tired now (still battling my nasty cold). Maybe an intro today and the rest tomorrow...

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