Sunday, April 03, 2005


The damn online disk-space thing I subscribed to says that I've "exceeded the bandwidth limits" for the pictures below. So now they won't show.

Meanwhile, I tried looking into gmail, only to find that the thing is a promotional ripoff of Amway/Quixtar proportions. Not only do they not any email service set up yet, you apparently have to subscribe to some paying services to get it. In other words, it's most likely a red herring for other stuff their selling.

UPDATE: Problem (hopefully) fixed thanks to Photobucket. And thanks to Tom at Undercaffeinated for recommending it. Link to him, and read his blog, for he is good.


At 8:54 PM, Blogger Tom said...

I have a gmail account, and didn't need to subscribe to stuff.

The only annoying thing about it is for other people. The quoted material gets to be huge- gmail automatically hides that stuff, but it is annoying in other email systems. It seems designed to be used intra-gmail.

Photobucket is free, uploads within a minute, transfers images that are already online within 10 seconds, gives you an album and ready-made image tags, and is transferable to any other site. I don't know about bandwidth limits, though.


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