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Re: [TCML] How to host photos and other attachments

Drag your photo on the web-page and upload it. All URLs are listed immediately, and you can make albums too.

> From: Gary Lau <glau1024@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> 
>Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2012 3:51 PM
>Subject: [TCML] How to host photos and other attachments
>Folks, I'm wearing my TCML moderator's hat now.
>As most of you know, the TCML does not and cannot support attached photos
>and other attachments.  This is mentioned in the posting guidelines and in
>the monthly minder.  But still, the moderators frequently need to reject
>posts because there are attached photos.  Please understand - even if we
>were to accept the post, the List software would strip all attachments
>before sending it out.  It's just not an option we have any control over.
>The posting guidelines at http://www.pupman.com/policy.html suggests using
>a file hosting service named drop.io.  However, that site no longer
>I'd like to open a discussion of what other file and photo hosting service
>we should recommend to subscribers wishing to share a photo (or video).
>Drop.io was nice because you didn't have to create an account.  I don't
>know if that's an option elsewhere.  I often see posters using Flickr.com,
>but I've never used that.  What's other's experience, in terms of being
>easy to use?
>Thanks, Gary
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