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Another way is to get your own "cloud storage" and link to the photos you upload there. I've used Dropbox for this and a hundred other 'moving files around' type tasks. Dropbox can accomplish the same goals as Photobucket and Flickr but it's a little more flexible with other file types and has much more robust private sharing features. Free account start at 2 Gigabytes and they have two other pay for options if you need more storage. Advantage here is the desktop client integration which literally makes "uploading" a photo a drag and drop exercise. They also have Android, Blackberry and iPhone apps for storing, viewing and sharing files. You (and I) get an extra 250MB if you go through the link below (disclosure)



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