"How vain it is to sit down to write, when you have not stood up to live"
All I know is that Neil is tech-obsessed and we use Flickr. It's super easy for me to use & blog. But, for unlimited Flickr you have to pay a yearly fee. Judging by the number of photos you take, a free account will be sufficient. :)
Picasa isn't just a site, it is software for your computer to organize your photos. You can click to blog a picture or email it or send it to Shutterfly for printing or whatever. You can also choose to upload some to the web. At some point that costs money. I just reached that point. Cost me $5.I've never tried Flickr.
I haz no idea.
I started using flickr because I felt like the pictures display better. Blogger compresses in an unsightly way, and you can upload at full resolution to flickr, which also makes it a good backup in case your computer ever dies or is stolen. I also like the organizational features, so if I take my sister's engagement pictures, I can send her a link to just that group. Flickr also has tagging capability, so if I want to search for pictures of something like string quilts or scrappy quilts I can. Tagging is also helpful for labeling family pictures with names, dates, etc. You can also start or join groups. One of the quilt blogs I follow has a group, so you can see what other people have made from her tutorials.
And Snapfish can access a flickr account and cross-load or something. I do use snapfish for printing.
Whenever I read your blog I wish I lived by you. Also, whenever I go to Bethesda I think about going to ben and jerry's and asking the kids if they still get high in the freezer.
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