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Photosharing - comparing Flickr, Photobucket and Zooomr

How do you do decide which photosharing site to go with? If free is your criteria, there are certainly many options to choose from. Most free photo sharing sites are ad supported and come with a certain GB capacity limit. If you upgrade to a pro account, which can run anywhere from $20-$25 per year, there are typically no limits and no advertisements. We took a look at the most popular photosha...

PictureSync 1.8 brings Expression Media, Lightroom support

It's becoming harder and harder these days to exist at just one social media site or another. Some of your friends are sharing pictures at Flickr and Zooomr, while others are uploading videos to ImageStation and Vox. Making sure you keep all these communities updated with the pictures and videos from your adventures can be exhausting, but PictureSync from Holocore can make mince meat out of all...

Gunning for Flickr's photo crown

TechCrunch's Michael Arrington has written an article called The Flickr Gunners in which he examines three promising new services that are gunning for Flickr's deeply entrenched position as king of the photo-sharing hill. His picks are BubbleShare, the not-yet-launched Ookles from Feedster founder Scott Johnson, and 17-year-old Kristopher Tate's brainchild  Zooomr. Arrington doesn't go into a...

Using Google Accounts for Single Sign-On

Developing a web service and don't want to manage your own authentication? Use Google's! That's the gist of this article, which describes how to use SSL and XMPP to authenticate your users against Google's database of users in the same way Google Talk does. The article uses as an example Zooomr, an interesting service made more interesting by the fact that it allows authentication from a number of...