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Photo-Sharing Site Offers Ease, Collaboration

Souped-up Shutterfly is in beta and set to launch in August

(Newser) - With lost passwords and clunky sign-up procedures, online photo-sharing can be a bit of a hassle. But a new service from Shutterfly offers a simpler way, Katherine Boehret writes in the Wall Street Journal after taking it for a spin. Shutterfly Share still has some problems— you can’t post... More »

Private Photos Find Way to Online Viewers

Case of circumvented Flickr privacy settings has parents worried

(Newser) - The privacy settings on online photo-sharing sites aren’t always foolproof, as one Washington mother discovered. After posting pictures of her kids skinny-dipping on Flickr and marking them “private,” she found recently that they had been viewed thousands of times, the Washington Post reports. "Are creepy people... More »

Post-Yahoo Photo Solutions

The WSJ examines the competition

(Newser) - Yahoo is shuttering its popular photo sharing site in September, but never fear—there are plenty of alternative places to dock your digital pics. The Journal surveys the field:
  • Kodak Gallery is the easiest to navigate, but lacks editing tools and requires a yearly purchase commitment.
  • Shutterfly is totally, no-strings-attached
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