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b0untypure1

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#92715 4-Nov-2011 14:22
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hey guys, i have 500mb of photos that need to be uploaded for others to see and download (ball photos for hall)
where and how can i go about this? thanks!
by the way....its at university so rapidshare, hotfile etc are all blocked 




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  #541166 4-Nov-2011 14:30
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Dropbox

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  #541167 4-Nov-2011 14:33
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johnr: Dropbox


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  #541173 4-Nov-2011 14:46

Or get a web hosting account

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  #541183 4-Nov-2011 15:10
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b0untypure1: hey guys, i have 500mb of photos that need to be uploaded for others to see and download (ball photos for hall)
where and how can i go about this? thanks!
by the way....its at university so rapidshare, hotfile etc are all blocked 


If you can copy them to your phone and let the Google+ Android or iOS client upload them via "Instant Upload"....they will be - effectively  - posted to Picasa and there is NO STORAGE LIMIT provided the images are uploaded from the mobile client.  

For them to be visible, you'd have to share them, but you would do that to "public" from a new userid that no one is following.....so they won't see it unless they search. But once posted, they remain public. 

Might sound daft....but they make a big deal of having no limits on pics (or videos up to 15 min each) uploaded from phones. 




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How about something simple like www.WeTransfer.com? No sign ups. Simple!

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  #541204 4-Nov-2011 15:59
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Another vote for Dropbox

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  #541213 4-Nov-2011 16:23
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The windows live SkyDrive is pretty good, especially if you're already on hotmail.

How about facebook, standard quality? It can automatically reduce the photo resolution, if they're just snaps for people to view and enjoy rather than high quality photography to admire. Picasa probably has option to do the same thing.

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  #541253 4-Nov-2011 17:08
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Flikr?

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  #541269 4-Nov-2011 17:57
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thanks guys, dropbox is working golden
checked out we transfer.com but having to put in 300 email addresses would hurt :D
cheers




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  #541282 4-Nov-2011 19:07
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Also picasa is good. If your uni has KAREN access it'll be nice and fast..

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  #541283 4-Nov-2011 19:09
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googling picasa now, failed with dropbox as i have to send like 600 links for all the photos -.-




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  #541350 4-Nov-2011 23:14
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picasa is ultimate. what a success!
thanks~!




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