If it's for posting in this group (or for any other reason I believe but it only
works when you make a post), you can upload any number of pictures at this site
I'm posting from right now - homeownershub.com - and then just keep using the
pic address as a reference. No software, not even an account needed. I'll go
look for some sample image to post
Here, found it :)
As far as "disposable" - I guess it has to be - I've no idea how to delete it
once it's up there. Actually, I don't believe you can, so posting something you
may be embarrassed about later may not be a good idea. Never is..
On Mar 27, 9:33 am, email@example.com wrote:
The website www.picturetrail.com is a free site for posting
all sorts of photos. They have a simple uploading procedure and
an on-line method of arranging the photos, adding captions, and
editing . The enrollment is free, and I haven't noticed any
spam or assorted undesireable stuff happening after having used
the site for family photos for about 6 months now.
On 3/27/2013 4:29 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've put several pictures there like the latest:
I note they have a sign in thing and don't know what that is. Maybe
space you can go directly to with all your stuff. I've never tried it.
On 03/27/2013 01:29 PM, email@example.com wrote:
I used to use TinyPic until they kept bugging me for capcodes.
Now I use http://imgur.com and they don't bug me.
As for disposable, nothing on the web is disposable, and can be assumed
to exist in perpetuity. However, sites like tinypic and imgur do not
require registration, if that is what you meant.
imgur looks good too Jon,
I only wanted a place to put a pic, or two [or 3]
up a couple times a year.
Something simple, that I can forget about.
Like showing a picture of a problem, to this AHR group.
Many times one picture can be better than trying to explain it.
On 3/27/2013 10:33 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Why not make things simple, versatile, and lasting by purchasing your
own domain. You can go to Misk.com and buy a domain and the related
hosting for $35.00 per year. Not only do you have a location to upload
your pictures to via FTP, or even create a whole site if you so desire,
but you also will have several email accounts (the whole family could
use a different one) that will never change as long as you retain the
domain. Although I own several domains for business I also own my name
(dongares.com) which lets me use email@example.com as one of my email
Anyway, just a thought and the cost is less than $3.00/month.
Don (who is not associated with Misk.com)
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